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Name:David Dampier
Computer Science and Engineering
Email: dampier@dasi.msstate.edu
Office:High Performance Computing Building A129
Office Phone:(662) 325-0779
Supervisor:David Shaw

Biography:Dr. David Dampier is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering currently serving as Director of the Distributed Analytics and Security Institute at Mississippi State University. Dr. Dampier is a retired Army Automation Officer with over 23 years of military service. At Mississippi State University, Dr. Dampier has served in a number of leadership roles:

Director, Distributed Analytics and Security Institute, 2014 present
Directs research activities in big data analytics, cyber security, and critical infrastructure protection. Supervises 10 full time employees.
Director, Center for Computer Security Research, 2011 present
Directs research in cyber security and runs one of the largest CyberCorps scholarship programs in the country. Maintains education and research excellence sufficient to maintain DOD/NSA Center of Academic Excellence Status in Education, Research, and Cyber Operations
Director, National Forensics Training Center, 2005 present
Leads law enforcement training program that has trained 6000 law enforcement officers from 40 states in digital forensics.

Research Interest:Digital Forensics, Cyber Security, Software Engineering, and the application of software engineering to problems in cyber security, digital forensics, and analytics.
Hobbies:Taekwondo, 5th Degree Black Belt, Founder, NPS Taekwondo Association
  • Dampier, D. (Jun 2015). Building a Successful Cyber-security Program. Proceedings of the Southeast Cyber Security Summitt, Huntsville, AL. [Document]
  • Dampier, D. (Jan 2015). Towards a Feature Set for Classifying Malicious DLLs in Windows. 2015 IFIP Working Group 11.9 Conference on Digital Forensics, Orlando, FL: IFIP.
  • Dampier, D., & Blaylock, K. (Jul 2014). Forensicloud - An Architecture for Digital Forensic Analysis in the Cloud. Journal of Cyber Security and Mobility, 3(3), 231-262.
  • Kelly, K., & Dampier, D. (May 2013). Willing, Able, and Unwanted: High School Girls\' Potential Selves in Computing. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 19(1), 67-85. DOI:10.1615/JWomenMinorScienEng.2013004471.
  • Dampier, D. (Apr 2013). A Platform Independent Forensic Process Model for Smartphones. A Platform Independent Forensic Process Model for Smartphones Scholars Press.

  • Total Publications by this Author: 110