Tag Archives: MC1966

JFOUND: O’Brien, Vincent M. [MC1966] Juvenile Law Attorney in Rensselaer, NY

2017-Aug-24

http://www.lawyers.com/rensselaer/new-york/vincent-m-o-brien-547489-a/

Vincent M. O’Brien
Licensed for 43 years
Attorney in Rensselaer, NY

Areas of Law — Juvenile Law

Admission Details
Admitted in 1974, New York
Law School Attended
Fordham University
Class of 1973 J.D.
University Attended
Manhattan College Class of 1966 B.A.
New York University
Class of 1968 B.S.

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O’Brien, Vincent M. [MC1966]

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JFOUND: Dean, Richard [MC1966] Adjunct Professor Morgan State University

2017-Aug-23

http://www.morgan.edu/school_of_engineering/departments/electrical_and_computer_engineering/faculty_and_staff/dr_richard_dean.html

Dr. Richard Dean

Title: 
Adjunct Professor Morgan State University

Education:

PhD Electrical Engineering, Oklahoma St U, Stillwater OK
MS Electrical Engineering, U of MD, College Park, MD 1969
BS Electrical Engineering, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY 1966

Curriculum Vitae

 



Biography:

Proven experience in a variety of positions doing Research and Development of Telecommunications, Networks, Signal Processing, and Security. This includes a combination of analytical and hands-on signal processing, telecommunications and security analysis and design, hardware and software development, and field experience. Four decades experience in speech signal processing, cryptography, secure voice, computer security, military communications, telephony networks, communications, and in working with the Wireless Industry in the development of Cellular and Satellite Standards. Created the foundations for the (now) international Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol (SCIP). A breadth of academic experience areas related to these topics and can articulate the theoretical foundations as well as the relevant applications.


 

Research Interests:

Network Security

  • Developing live test bed network capabilities for cyber attack, Intrusion Detection, Attack visualization, and Forensics
  • Use of the Hidden Markov Model as a means of identifying cyber attack in an operational environment with management of Type I and Type II errors.
  • Development and simulation of Distributed Denial of Service attacks and defenses.
  • Modeling Risk in a complex network environment as part of Risk Management

Cryptography

  • Key Management architectures for various applications

Cloud Security

  • Incorporation of high assurance features into the cloud
  • Security issues in cloud to cloud operation

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Dean, Richard [MC1966]

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JLINKEDIN: Rivera, Frank [MC1966] CPA Puerto Rico

2017-Jun-04

https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-rivera-sr-858634144/

Frank Rivera Sr.
Tax & Business Advisor, CPA
Frank Rivera & Associates  
Puerto Rico area  

Frank Rivera has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1970 and is a highly respected and nationally recognized tax professional. He is a tax and business advisor to United States, Puerto Rico and foreign investors seeking investments under Tax Exemption Programs of Puerto Rico. 

Mr. Rivera has over 35 years experience and special expertise in Puerto Rico, United States and International Corporate Income Taxes and Tax Exemptions Programs.  

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Rivera, Frank [MC1966]

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JNEWS: Callanan, Jack [MC1966] attends a 50 year reunion

2017-Apr-30

http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/local/2017/04/29/fifty-years-after-vietnams-bloodiest-battles-the-lucky-ones-are-gathering-for-what-could-be-a-final-reunion/?utm_term=.87d15ae3093f

The ‘lucky ones’
Fifty years after Vietnam’s bloodiest battles, veterans gather for what could be a final reunion
Story by Michael E. Ruane Published on April 29, 2017

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Kathryn Barents got home from work that fall night in 1967 to find somber family members gathered in the living room, and her shaken father, Henry, waiting to speak with her.
She feared this was about her husband, Paul, a Marine Corps lieutenant in Vietnam. They had been married only a few months, and his class had just completed the Basic Officer Course in Quantico, Va., in August.

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At dusk on Jan. 28, 1968, Jack Callanan, call sign “Gold Lemon 1,” was studying a map and reporting over the radio that he and his men had just seized part of the enemy hamlet of Lam Xuan.

He had collected documents from dead enemy soldiers and crammed them into his pockets for intelligence purposes.

Suddenly his radioman yelled, “Grenade!”

Callanan never saw the North Vietnamese soldier who had popped out of a spider hole, and never saw the crude grenade he threw.

But he heard the “kerplunk” when it hit the ground between him and the radioman.

It exploded with a bang, flipped him on his back and drove hot shrapnel into his abdomen, pelvis and left side.

Callanan, 23, was a second lieutenant from the Throgs Neck section of the Bronx in New York City, and one of the five children of parents who had been born in Ireland.He was a math whiz, with an electrical engineering degree from Manhattan College. After leaving the Marines’ Basic School he had gone to the Army’s Fort Sill, Okla., for 12 weeks of artillery training.

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Callanan, Jack [MC????]

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Dear John,

                  I believe that Jack is a member of the Class of 1966.

                              Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Callanan, Jack [MC1966]

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JEMAIL: Tyniec, Jack (MC1966) reenrolls

2017-Feb-06

Tyniec, Jack (MC1966) 

Congrats on your anniversary at JasperJottings! Thanks for keeping the flame alive. Wishing you well for many more years. Somehow I’ve fallen off the list. If you would be kind enough to re-enroll me at: {Privacy Invoked}. Thanks. Jack

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[JR: Thanks for the kind words and re-enrolled — no extra charge.]  

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JNEWS: Camp, William [MC1966] to Receive Seymour Cray Award

2016-Oct-10

http://insidehpc.com/2016/10/dr-william-camp-selected-as-recipient-of-2016-ieee-cs-seymour-cray-computer-engineering-award/

Home » Resources » Events » Sandia’s Bill Camp to Receive Seymour Cray Award
Sandia’s Bill Camp to Receive Seymour Cray Award
October 9, 2016 by staff

This week, IEEE announced that Dr. William Camp, Director Emeritus at Sandia National Laboratories, has been named the recipient of the 2016 IEEE Computer Society Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award “for visionary leadership of the Red Storm project, and for decades of leadership of the HPC community.”

The Seymour Cray Computer Engineering award is one of the IEEE Computer Society’s highest awards, and is presented in recognition of innovative contributions to high-performance computing systems that best exemplify the creative spirit demonstrated by Seymour Cray. The award consists of a crystal memento, a certificate, and a $10,000 honorarium.

Dr. Camp has had a distinguished and prolific career of scientific and high performance leadership achievements in computational science and high performance computing spanning efforts as a user of computing, a leader of computational research, an advocate for computation as a major pillar of science and engineering, and for specific contributions to massively parallel computational methods and massively parallel hardware/software architectures.

A pinnacle achievement of Dr. Camp was his visionary leadership of the development of the Red Storm supercomputer. In 2000, Dr. Camp and his colleague, Jim Tomkins developed and patented the Red Storm architecture; and Dr. Camp led a partnership with Cray to build it. ASCI Red Storm became the Cray XT3 and the follow-on XT-series, which are arguably the most successful supercomputers to date.

In 2006, Dr. Camp joined Intel as Chief Supercomputing Architect and directed Intel’s Exascale R&D efforts. His team’s work led to detailed architectures and conceptual designs for Exascale. Bill also led Intel’s efforts to create joint Exascale labs with leading European computing centers. Bill received two Intel individual achievement awards recognizing those accomplishments.
Currently, Dr. Camp consults on computing technologies for post-Exascale computing.Seymour Cray Award
Seymour Cray Award

Dr. Camp spent most of his career at NNSA’s Sandia Labs, at Cray Research and at Intel. At Sandia, he founded DOE’s Massively Parallel Computing Research Lab (MPCRL). In its first 5 years the MPCRL won the inaugural Gordon Bell Prize, several other international awards, and 8 R&D100 Awards– all for pioneering highly scalable applications, algorithms, and methods as well as for developing scalable systems software and hardware. The MPCRL received over 30 patents for MPP technologies.

While on leave at Cray, Dr. Camp led scalable applications development for the T3D and T3E computer systems and served on the T3E core design team.

Dr. Camp returned to Sandia to direct NNSA’s newly formed Accelerated Strategic computing Initiative (ASCI) and to direct Sandia’s Computing Information, and Math R&D, as well as contributing to MPP design and development. His team stood up a series of first-ever computing capabilities: First 1000+ PE MPP, first MPP to lead Top 500 list (Paragon), first tera-scale computer (ASCI RED), and first tera-scale cluster-based supercomputing environment (CPlant).

A National Merit Scholar at Manhattan College in EE/NE, Dr. Camp received his PhD at Cornell for work in theoretical and computational physics.

Previous Seymour Cray Award recipients include Gordon Bell, Ken Batcher, John Cocke, Glen Culler, William J. Dally, Monty Denneau, Alan Gara, John L. Hennessy, Peter Kogge, Kenichi Miura, Steven L. Scott, Charles Seitz, Burton J. Smith, Marc Snir, Steven Wallach, Tadashi Watanabe, and Mateo Valero.
SC16The 2016 IEEE Computer Society Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award will be presented at the SC16 Conference awards plenary session in Salt Lake City, Utah, on 15 November 2016. Dr. Camp will also have the opportunity to present a special invited talk at a 16 November 2016 technical session.

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Camp, William [MC????]

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Dear John,

             I believe that William is a member of the Class of 1966.

                                Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Camp, William [MC1966]

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JFACEBOOK: Tyniec, Jack [MC1966] reports from reunion

2016-Jun-05

FROM FACEBOOK

PICTURE 2016 06Jun 05 Tynac

Jack Tyniec added 4 new photos — with Paul Lieberman and James Dale.14 hrs · Went to my 50th reunion at Manhattan College today. Delighted to meet several old friends & their wives. Good to catch up & reminisce. Hard to believe it’s been so long. Great times!

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Tyniec, Jack [MC1966]

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