Robert Eyer


Contact Info

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D.Sc. Candidate, Towson University

M.S. Computer Science, Penn State University, 2001

M.A. Religion, Northwest Nazarene University, 2007

Sun Java certification, 2000

Microsoft MCSA, MCTS & MCP certifications, 2008

Areas of Expertise

Programming Languages, Networking Technologies, Systems Administration


Retired Director of Research and Technology for a PA Education Affiliate

Ten years experience in project management as a large-scale software developer

Thirteen years of teaching in the Computer Science discipline

Scholarship, Creative Activity:

Developed software to support course Problem Sets and impromptu student questioning for the Towson January Conference (2015)

Scholarly Papers | Synopsis:

Isolation By Design

A New Approach to Security Software (2010) – This paper focuses on software isolation strategies to improve software resistance against exploits.

Emotion Interface for Eliza (2001) – This paper focuses on simulation of intelligence (AI) through computerized language processing with enhancement of an older MIT AI project called Eliza to add emotional responses through new textual analysis. 

Selected Publications and Presentations:

Creating an Actively Engaged Classroom with Apps Towson January Conference (2015)


Current research includes secure delivery protocols for Bare Machine Computing and alternate encryption protocols

Memberships / Affiliations:


Phi Kappa Phi (National Honors Society)