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Kevin Sullivan received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington in 1994. He joined the University of Virginia as Assistant Professor of Computer Science. He received an NSF Career Award in 1995, the (first) ACM Computer Science Professor of the Year Award from undergraduate students in 1998, a University Teaching Fellowship in 1999, the Harold Morton Jr. Teaching Prize in 2000, and a Virginia Engineering Foundation Endowed Faculty Fellowship in 2003. Kevin’s research addresses systems-level, value-driven software and systems engineering with a focus on non-functional system properties, trade-offs, and the satisfaction of diverse stakeholder value propositions. His current research is funded by the National Science Foundation, the Systems Engineering Research Center, and a U.S. Department of Defense Science of Security Lablet. He has also served as a visiting scientist, consultant, and member of the external technical advisory group for the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute. His current service activities include serving as Steering Committee Chair of Onward!, on the steering committees of SPLASH and AOSD, and as a co-organizer of several research agenda-settings and community-building meetings in the area of national-scale health information systems. In the fall of 2014, he will teach an advanced undergraduate course on functional programming and constructive logic.
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