I am Christy L. Chatmon, an Instructor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences. I am currently working on my
Ph.D. in Computer Science at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. I received my M.S. degree in Software Engineering
from Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL in the summer of 2000. In 1994, I obtained my B.S degree at the University of
Georgia, Athens, GA, in Psychology. Upon completing my B.S. degree, I became a supervisor at United Parcel Service (UPS)
during 1994-1998, where I managed a team of over a hundred UPS drivers, pre-loaders, and customer service clerks. In 1998,
I became a recipient of the CREST fellowship and obtained a Research Assistantship in the Department of Computer and
Information Science at Florida A&M University. As a Research Assistant, our focus was in developing software engineering
methodologies for architectural representation and design of distributed real-time systems. This research sought to integrate
Unified Modeling Language (UML) and Real-time Architectural Specification (RAS), which was developed at Florida International
University (FIU), producing a CASE Tool (UML++) used to aid the design and maintenance of software. This research effort was
under the umbrella of FAMU/FIU Center for Distributed Computing. My research interests include those areas exploring software
engineering methodologies. I have been fortunate to teach several courses in the area of theory of computer science,
fundamentals of programming (laboratory), and software engineering methodologies. I have also served on a variety of
departmental level committees.
C. Chatmon, S. Stoecklin, "A UML Based Design for an Intelligent Manufacturing Workcell Controller", ADMI Conference Proceedings, 1999.|
C. Chatmon, S. Stoecklin, "Using UML to Design an Intelligent Manufacturing Workcell Controller", AoM/IAoM Computer Science Conference Proceedings, 1999.
C. Chatmon, S. Stoecklin, "Specifying a Software System using UML and RAS: A UML/RAS CASE Tool", MU-SPIN Ninth Annual Users' Conference, 1999.
- COP3100 Discrete Structures I
- COP1215L Fundamentals of Programming Laboratory (C++)
- CIS4301 Information Systems Design and Development