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Sotiris Skevoulis


Seidenberg School of CSIS

Computer Science NY

  • @New York City
    163 William Street 220
Office Hours
New York City

Spring 2022


Office Hours

Spring 2022

Office Hours

Spring 2022

Mon 1:00pm-6:00pm(by appointment)

When the going gets tough, the tough get going


I hold a PhD degree in Computer Science from DePaul University, an MS degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a BS degree in Mathematics from University of Patras in Greece. I have conducted extensive research in the fields of computers and software, including software development, object-oriented technology and languages, methods of computer education, Java programming, databases, software security and other topics. I have delivered papers and presentations at many technical conferences. I am a member of the ACM, IEEE, European Accreditation Board for Colleges & Universities and International Association of Engineers, Formal Methods Europe.


PhD, DePaul University, 1999
Computer Science

MS, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1993
Computer Science

BS, University of Patras, Patras, Greece, 1988

Awards and Honors

Pace University, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, - Excellent In Research Award 2001
Amity University, February 5, 2017 - Keynote Speaker
DePaul University, May 20, 1997 - Award of Excellence


Skevoulis, S. Breaking New Ground in Information Assurance. Participant. Pace Annual Report Roundtable on Software Security, New York, NY.

Skevoulis, S. (2017, July 26). 5th Annual Meeting, Sardinia. Extending the Internet of Things: From Smart Cities to Smart Villages, Challenges & Opportunities. ITAP, Greece.


Formal Methods; Software Development; Object-Oriented Technology and Languages; Software Engineering;

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

CSIS School
Skevoulis, S. Pace University, CSIS School,Pace University,$6,000.00.Funded.Awarded a summer research grant by the CSIS School to develop promote a Formal Methods website and lead a worldwide research effort hosted on Pace servers

National Science Foundation Grant
Skevoulis, S. September 2002 - August 2005.National Science Foundation,Other,$73,423.00.Funded.Awarded for work on "Integrating Formal Methods Tools into the Undergraduate Cirriculum". Award # DUE-0126991


Association for Computing Machinery[Member]

CSEE&T[Member, Organizing Committee for CSEE&T]

Formal Methods Europe[FMEurope Member]

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)[Member]

International Association of Engineers[Senior Member]

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