Professor Sol M. Shatz
Note to prospective graduate students:
Since I am not currently active in research, I am not accepting new students to join my research.
My broad research interests are in the areas of software engineering and distributed computing. I have special interest and expertise in distributed (concurrent) software development. Some specific research issues in this area include distributed software design, including partitioning and allocation algorithms; programming language constructs supporting distributed programming; techniques and tools for modeling and analysis of concurrent software systems, especially using Petri net-based models.
My current research is also focused on design specifications for agent-based systems, fraud-detection (shilling behavior) in online auctions systems, and query processing in sensor networks aided by mobile objects.
You can get a list of some of my Selected Publications
Sol M. Shatz
Department of Computer Science
Room 1120 Science and Engineering Offices
851 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7053