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NameKenrick Mock
TitleAssociate Dean and Professor of Computer Science
DepartmentComputer Sciences

About me

I came to UAA in 2000. Previously, I taught at Washington State University, Portland State University, and worked at Intel Corporation, Unconventional Wisdom, Chevron Chemical, and Los Alamos National Laboratory. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Davis in 1996, specializing in Artificial Intelligence and minoring in Cognitive Psychology.

Research Interests

Artificial Intelligence, Information Management, Complex Systems, Modeling and Simulation, Computer Security, Computer Science Education

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Research Projects

Project TitleStatusKeywordsActivity Date
Ice Breakup PredictionCompleteice, nenana, machine learning08/17/2014 10:34PM
Speeding up Image Compression Research via UAA's GPU Server and Evolutionary ComputationCurrentevolutionary computation, image compression, GPU09/21/2011 11:12PM
Gaze-Based Password Authentication through Automatic Clustering of Gaze PointsCompleteeye tracking, authentication09/21/2011 10:42PM
Multiple Factor Authentication Using Gaze Tracking and Iris ScanningCurrenteye tracking, authentication09/21/2011 10:40PM
Iris Recognition for Continuous Biometric User AuthenticationCompleteeye tracking, authentication, iris recognition09/16/2011 01:05AM
Agent-Based Models of Predator-Prey Relationships between Killer Whales and Other Marine MammalsCompletecomplex systems, killer whales, individual based model, agent based model04/08/2010 10:29PM
New Methodologies for Determining Habitat Carrying Capacity for MooseCompletemoose, tablet PC, ecology, carrying capacity, deer04/08/2010 10:29PM
Helicopter Routing for Maintaining Remote Sites in Alaska Using Genetic AlgorithmsCompletegenetic algorithms07/05/2008 01:25AM