Dr. Dannie Stanley

Dannie Stanley

Assistant Professor of Computer Science & Engineering

Office Location: EU 209
Phone: (765) 998-4518
Email: dnstanley@taylor.edu

Specialties: computer and network security, hardware virtualization, kernel programming, mobile computing, network protocols, program analysis, reverse engineering, software engineering

 

Education:

PhD, Computer Science, Purdue University, 2013. Dissertation: Improved Kernel Security Through Code Validation, Diversification, and Minimization. MS, Computer Science, Ball State University, 2008 BGS, Architectural Design, Counseling Psychology, Ball State University, 1999


Why I love teaching at Taylor:

I enjoy the Taylor culture. Combining academics and faith can be challenging, and Taylor does this well, without sacrificing one for the other. I enjoy the Taylor community. I have deep and meaningful relationships with both faculty and students. Some of the best humans on the planet tromp around our campus.


Hobbies:

I am a maker. In addition to creating software, I enjoy working with my hands including woodworking, painting, and drawing. I also enjoy fishing and the great outdoors.

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