John E. Galletly

Professor of Computer Science 

Department of Computer Science 

American University in Bulgaria 

Blagoevgrad 2700, Bulgaria 

Phone: +359 (0) 73-888466

Fax: +359 (0) 73-880828 

E-mail: JGalletly@aubg.bg 

                 

 

 


Short Biography

 

Current Teaching

 

        · COS315 – Software Engineering

        · COS440 – Computer Networks

        · COS497 – Cloud Computing

        · INF275 – Web Client Technologies

        · INF335 – Web Server Technologies

        · INF440 – Technologies for e-Business

        · INF397 – Mobile Computing

 

 

 

Research Interests

 

        ·  Modern software development involving the semantic web

        and multimedia technologies and aspect-oriented programming

 

        · Intelligent systems

 

        · Parallel and distributed processing

 

        · Computer science education with modern technologies such as

        e-learning and e-portfolios

 

Some Recent Publications

 

1. “XPDL – Bringing Business and Software Together”, CompSysTech '09 International Software Conference, Rousse, Bulgaria, June 2009 (with O. Genchev)

 

2. “A Data Mining-Driven Decision Support System” Second International Conference on Software, Services and Semantic Technologies, Varna, Bulgaria, September 2010 (with H. Borisov)

 

3. “News Folder” – a Semantic Web-based Application”, Sixth International Conference - Computer Science 2011, Ohrid, Macedonia, September 2011 (with Spasova M.)

 

4. “Program Assessment via a Capstone Project”, Balkan Conference in Informatics - BCI 2012, September 2012, Novi Sad, Serbia (with Christozov D., Bonev S. and Karagiozov V.)

 

5. “Native browser support for 3D rendering and physics using WebGL, HTML5 and JavaScript – a case study”, Balkan Conference in Informatics - BCI 2013, September 2013, Thessaloniki, Greece (with R. Nazarov)

 

6. “Scrums, Sprints, Spikes and Poker: Agility in a Bulgarian Software Company”, Case Study No. 9B12M007. Toronto, Canada: Ivey Publishing, 2012 (with L. Miree

 

 

Miscellaneous

 


 

        Last updated on 11 Apr 2014