Biswajit Biswal, Ph.D.

Dr. Biswajit Biswal is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at South Carolina State University. He holds Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering from Tennessee State University, M.S. in Electrical Engineering from NYU Tondon School of Engineering, and B.E. in Medical Electronics Engineering from India. His research interests are machine learning, data mining, cyber security, cloud computing, RF signal detection (Drones), IoT, and big data analysis. Dr. Biswal has many technical papers published in conferences and journals. He has severed as a technical reviewer in many conferences and journals. He is also a member of IEEE.

Nikunja Swain, Ph.D.

Dr. Nikunja Swain, Professor and Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science Department at South Carolina State University (SC State University), has over thirty years of academic experience in teaching various computing and engineering related graduate and undergraduate courses. He is a registered professional engineer (PE) in South Carolina. Dr. Swain has published several articles (65+) in peer-refereed conferences and journals in the areas of Engineering, Management, and Computer Information Systems, has procured number of research and development grants from the NSF, USDA/NIFA, NNSA/DOE, and others. He has been a peer reviewer for number of journals and conferences and is deeply involved in mentoring students in their doctoral dissertations. He is a senior member of IEEE, and member of ACM and others, a program evaluator for ABET, and a Faculty Evaluator for American Council on Education conducting Military Course Evaluations.

Dr. Swain is deeply involved with the undergraduate program in cybersecurity at SC State University and acts as primary point of contact for the Cyber Center of Excellence. He enjoys teaching and mentoring young adults to inculcate the values of higher education.


Jagruti Sahoo, Ph.D.

Dr. Jagruti Sahoo is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in South Carolina State University, South Carolina, USA. She received the Ph.D. degree in computer science and information engineering from National Central University, Taiwan, in 2013. She was a Post-Doctoral Fellow with University of Sherbrooke, Canada, and Concordia University, Canada. Her research interests include internet of things, cyber security, vehicular networks, content delivery networks, cloud computing, and network functions virtualization. Dr. Sahoo served as a member of the technical program committee in many conferences and as a reviewer for many journals and conferences. She is a senior member of IEEE. 


Young Kim, Ph.D.

Dr. Young Kim is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at South Carolina State University. He obtained M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science at the University of South Carolina. His research interests are Bayesian Network, decision making, time-critical decision making, reliability of models, and their use in intelligent agent and multi-agent systems. His current research focuses on the design and implementation of intelligent agents to support users in various areas including e-commerce, the point of sale systems, cyber-security, transportation and education.


Cynthia Taylor Davis, MS

Ms. Cynthia Davis is an Instructor of Computer Science at South Carolina State University. She received   M. S. degree in Computer Science from Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA, and B. S. degree (Magna Cum Laude) in Mathematics from Benedict College, Columbia, SC. She has completed additional Graduate Courses at University of South Carolina and South Carolina State University. Ms. Davis taught Computer Science and Mathematics courses at Morris College, Benedict College, and Atlanta Junior College. She has also held adjunct positions at Claflin University, Saint Leo College, Coker College, and Morehouse College.




Mr. Xiaomao Liu, MS

System Administrator


Mr. Mark Elmore, BS

Cyberlab Analyst


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