Sandro Fouché

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About Me

Before returning to graduate school for my doctorate, I was lucky enough to work at a variety of computer
and Internet companies including: America Online, washingtonpost.com, and Microsoft. My
experience was split between software development and system administration. That background has fueled my combined
interest in software engineering and systems.


I completed my Ph.D at the University of Maryland, College Park in December, 2010. I am now pleased be an assistant professor at Towson University.

Current Courses

Summer 2013

ITEC 325.001 – System Administration and Maintenance

Past Courses

Spring 2013

COSC 236.003 – Introduction to Computer Science I
COSC 412.101 – Software Engineering
ITEC 325.001 – System Administration and Maintenance

Research Interests

Software Engineering — My background as a professional software developer led directly to my
graduate work in software engineering. The bulk of my research has centered around developing self-managing, adaptive
programs to enable the development more robust software.

READ:  one by one

You can see some of my work on the Skoll: Distributed Continuous Quality
Assurance project.

High-Performance / Distributed Computing — I have always had an interest in high-performance and distributed
computing; exemplified by my experience running back-end systems for AOL. I used my distributed systems background in
designing and implementing the Skoll Distrubted QA
cluster.

Mobile Systems — Lately, I’ve been working with Adam Porter on location-based software systems. Our current project is a outside-the-classroom learning app called,
Mobile Teacher.

Papers

Incremental Covering Array Failure Characterization in Large
Configuration Spaces
, Fouché, Cohen, Porter. 2009.

Enhancing Software Project Management Courses With Industry Participation,
Tahmoush, Fouché, Mc- Master, Stuckman, Purtilo. 2009.

Towards Incremental Adaptive Covering Arrays. Fouché, Cohen, Porter.
2007.

Techniques for Classifying Executions of Deployed Software to Support Software Engineering
Tasks
. Haran, Karr, Last, Orso, Porter, Sanil, Fouché. 2007.

Classification of Partially Observed Data with Association Trees. Last, Fouché,
Karr, Orso, Porter, Young. 2006.

A Tool for Statistical Detection of Faults in Internet Protocol Networks.
Roberts, Fouché, Purtilo. 2002.


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