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Content: CURRICULUM VITAE Michael Villano, Ph.D.
Business Address: Research Assistant Professor
University of Notre Dame Psychology Department 215 Haggar Hall Notre Dame, IN 46556
E-mail:
[email protected]
Home Address:
50630 Hollybrook Drive Granger, IN 46530 (574) 247-1460
Citizenship:
USA
EDUCATION 1991 Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, New York University, New York, New York Dissertation: Computerized knowledge assessment: Building the knowledge structure and calibrating the assessment routine Advisors: Jean-Claude Falmagne and Michael Landy
1986 M. A., Experimental Psychology, New York University
1983 B. A., Psychology, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana Certificate, Computer Applications, University of Notre Dame
1979 New York State Regents Diploma, St. John the Baptist, Diocesan High School, West Islip, New York
RESEARCH INTERESTS Human-Computer Interaction / Human-Robotic Interaction, 3D Video Game Development, Grid Computing, Human Facial Dynamics, Electronic Performance Support Systems, Student/User Modeling and Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Knowledge Engineering and Representation
PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
Research Assistant Professor
2006-Present
University of Notre Dame
Provide research computing consultative services to the Psychology Department in all phases of the software
development life cycle: feasibility studies, requirements gathering and analysis, software architecture and user
interface design, implementation (coding), testing/calibration, deployment and maintenance. Collaborate with
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faculty, graduate students and undergraduate research assistants to facilitate and promote effective and efficient use and integration of research computing resources within their labs, the department and the university. Act as a liaison to OIT, representing faculty research and support concerns. Faculty supervisor of undergraduate and graduate computer labs and electronic classrooms. Established 80 CPU Condor grid computing environment utilizing existing classroom clusters. Established 10 node long term simulation lab. Teaching Experience formal classroom Teaching Research Methods: Computer Programming (graduate) Supervision of Independent Study (weekly meetings) Computers in Psychology (undergraduate) Special Studies in Computer Applications (undergraduate) Video Game Development Java Programming Web Development 3D Motion Capture Guest lecturer in "System Interface Design" and "Psychology: Science, Practice, and Policy" classes Service Member- Faculty Advisory Board for the Center for Research Computing (College representative) Chair- Psychology Computer Committee (Department) Volunteer instructor in jazz improvisation for Penn High School Jazz Combos (Community)
Staff Software Development Engineer 2002-2006 Qwest Inc. Supervisors: Lindsey Pardun, Tyson Bunch Provided senior technical knowledge and skills for specifying, designing, and developing web-based J2EE applications to support the sale of telecommunications products, both through call centers and on-line. Led small development teams responsible for large areas of functionality included in quarterly releases. Conducted requirements reviews, generated development approach and tasks to be completed. Assigned tasks, managed technical implementation and mentored individual developers. Conducted software design and code reviews. Established "Developer Guidelines" web site that provided informal means for 15 person team to share design, implementation and testing notes. Utilized Cactus/JUnit for both unit and integration testing and established guidelines for team use. Completed all development activities on-time and under budget. Self-taught skills in Java Server Pages (JSP), Velocity templates, XMLBeans and Weblogic web services. Internet Ordering Tool (IOT) (05/04 to present) 8XX Ordering Automation for C PLUS Sales Consultant Ordering Tool (02/04 to 07/04) Magic Ruled-based Order Corrector (01/04 to 04/04) Complete View of the Customer (03/03 to 5/04) Repair Call Expert / Repair Billing Expert (3/02 to 03/03 ) Senior Consultant 2001- 02 Comsys Inc. on contract to Qwest Information Technologies Inc. Supervisor: Lindsey Pardun Provided expertise in designing, developing and deploying innovative software-based solutions to production environments that provide immediate, measurable improvements to company operations and training. Deployed major new trouble ticketing applications for 4 separate client organizations: DSL (high speed internet), VDSL (video and internet), RCC (Designed Circuits) and VISP(Volume ISP). Implemented
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proprietary interface to internally-developed system to enable Repair Call Expert (RCE) users to support emergency call forwarding and make busy capability. Refactored and strengthened the overall RCE system infrastructure. Developed and delivered DSL troubleshooting knowledge base and infrastructure as an extension to RCE in collaboration with third party call center, Stream. Senior Software Engineer 01/2001 - 05/2001 Marketwise Software Inc. Supervisor: David Nassar Co-developed J2EE-architected infrastructure to support proprietary day trading application. Applied Objectoriented methodology to create use cases, software interaction sequence diagrams and detailed software scenarios using Together J UML tool. Developed event tracking and initial database infrastructure to record the lifecycle of a trade. Developed initial interface to Island ECN using OUCH protocol. Implemented multithreaded trading partner simulator and initial web-based trading interface for interactive testing with test symbols in national stock market systems utilizing Java, Weblogic Application server, Oracle and HTML. Software Development Manager 2000-01 Distinguished Member of Technical Staff 1999-2000 Member of Technical Staff 1997-99 Qwest Inc., formerly US West Advanced Technologies Innovative Application Engineering Group Supervisors: Charles Bloom and Scott Wolff Provided expertise in designing, developing and deploying innovative software-based solutions to production environments that provide immediate, measurable improvements to company operations and training. Demonstrated ability to identify potential clients; understand, refine and suggest alternative solutions to business problems through data-driven analysis; develop presentations, reports and proposals; and facilitate client-focused meetings. Garnered comprehensive experience in all phases of the software development lifecycle: problem definition, analysis, development, testing, configuration, documentation and deployment. Acquired skills in various software development methodologies, including Extreme Programming, Agile techniques, Object-Oriented Development, rapid prototyping and Spiral as well as traditional Waterfall models. Researched and practiced human factors methods and principles with an emphasis on user-centered design. Performed requirements gathering and representation as well as computer programming implementation. Installed and configured Apache and I-Planet web servers. Performed system administration, hardware and software evaluation, specification and purchase of PC's and midrange SUN servers. Repair Call Expert (RCE) (1998 to 2003) Repair Billing Expert (RBE) (2001 to 2003) Code Talker (5/97 to 3/98) Member of Technical Staff 1992-97 Verizon Inc., formerly Bell Atlantic/NYNEX Science & Technology, Inc. Human Computer Systems Lab, human systems Interfaces Group Supervisors: Debbie Lawrence and Michael Atwood Provided advanced technical knowledge and skills for specifying, designing, developing and building state-ofthe-art computer-based training and collaborative technology-based systems. Provided human factors expertise in the user interface design of the NYNEX Operator Workstation, the Intelligent Field Access System and the Residential Broad Band Video Service Platform. Designed, developed and deployed a simulation-based trainer for customer service representatives and conducted research in collaborative tools and distance learning systems.
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ISDN Tutor (1/96 to 5/97) Residential Broad Band Graphical User Interfaces (1/96 to 5/97) Collaborative Tools Exploratory Research (1/96 to 12/96) Intelligent Field Access System (4/94 to 12/95) PC-MITS (10/93 to 10/94) Distributed Intelligent Multimedia Education (DIME) (4/93 to 12/94) Operator Service Digital Interface (OSDI) Intelligent Workstation Interface (9/92 to 4/93) Keyboard Evaluation for Intelligent Operator Workstation (9/92 to 4/93)
Research Intern
1991-92
Honeywell, Inc., Sensor and Systems Development Center
Supervisor: Edward Cochran, Ph.D.
Provided advanced technical knowledge and skills for specifying, designing, developing and building state-of-
the-art Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) and advanced Computer Based Training (CBT). Explored
application of Knowledge Space Theory and Bayesian Belief Networks to probabilistic student modeling in an
ITS. Extended knowledge representation of existing ITS to include system and interface knowledge (in
addition to task knowledge) and conducted knowledge acquisition to complete frame-based knowledge
representation model. Interviewed development team under the direction of Dr. Alan Lesgold at the University
of Pittsburgh Learning Resource Development Center (LRDC) to evaluate the functionality of SHERLOCK,
an advanced ITS. Co-authored proposal to develop tool to build probabilistic student models with
SHERLOCK as the testbed ITS.
HBC TUTOR (2/92 to 9/92) Intelligent Training Systems Project (1/92 to 6/92) Computer-Based Diagnostic Testing System Project (10/91 to 5/92) Intelligent Training Technologies: Application of Artificial Neural Networks to Modeling Student Performance (1/92 to 5/92)
Research Assistant
1989-91
University of California at Irvine
Completed dissertation research in computerized knowledge assessment. Designed and implemented
simulation and numerical analysis software to estimate parameters of probabilistic knowledge structures in C
on a CONVEX supercomputer. Developed methodology and software for the comparison of algorithms for
knowledge assessment and for the construction and validation of knowledge structures from empirical data.
Supervisor: Professor Jean-Claude Falmagne
Programmer/Analyst
1989-90
University of California at Irvine
Provided UNIX system administration for SUN 3/280 minicomputer server with 12 X Windows workstations.
Maintained and enhanced software for ARIS, a Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) course in logic and set
theory written in C.
Supervisor: Professor Jean-Claude Falmagne
Research Assistant
1984-89
New York University
Developed methodology and software for the comparison of knowledge assessment algorithms. Programmed
and analyzed maximum likelihood ratio tests of learning models utilizing various unconstrained optimization
functions in FORTRAN and C. Designed and implemented interface to data acquisition program to
systematically obtain an expert's knowledge structure. Programmed and applied data analysis software for
comparison of expert's responses and obtained structures.
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Supervisor: Professor Jean-Claude Falmagne
Programmer/Analyst
1985-89
New York University
Provided UNIX system administration for VAX 750 minicomputer running Berkeley UNIX. Re-organized,
maintained and enhanced existing source code for ARIS, a CAI course in logic and set theory.
Supervisor: Professor Jean-Claude Falmagne
Computer Consultant
1984-89
DeSimone Rehabilitation Services Inc., New York
Recommended and installed personal computer hardware and software for all business operations. Developed
single IBM PC site into a 10 station LAN running Novell Advanced Netware. Designed and programmed
custom software system to store case referrals and generate form letters, mailing labels, invoices and custom
reports in Foxbase + LAN and QuickBasic. Provided employee training.
Supervisor: Christina DeSimone
Computer Consultant
1987-89
Expert Ware Inc., New York
Designed and programmed prototype rule-based expert systems for the diagnosis of diabetes and anxiety using
EXSYS, and expert systems shell. Extracted rules from physicians and relevant medical literature. Assisted in
marketing presentations to major pharmaceutical manufacturers. Designed help system.
Supervisor: Dr. Stephen Estrine
Computer Consultant
1984-86
Management Performance Systems Inc., Chicago
Re-designed and implemented user interface and relational database for The Sales Manager's Assistant, a sales
call planning, and tracking system developed for Merck, Sharpe and Dohme Inc. in Compiled Basic for the
IBM PC.
Supervisor: Dr. Charles R. Crowell
Teaching Assistant
1985
New York University
Presented one hour lecture class per week for Introductory Psychology course for Spring Semester. Prepared
and graded exams.
Supervisor: Adrianne Gans
Computer Consultant
1983-84
Management Performance Systems Inc., Chicago
Programmed a sales call planning, and tracking system for the APPLE II+ and IBM personal computers for
various clients. Designed and programmed a software system to calculate individual work performance
measures on the APPLE II+.
Supervisor: Dr. Charles R. Crowell
TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
Computer Languages: J2EE, Java, python, Struts, Velocity, Perl, JavaScript, XML, XSLT, HTML, Microsoft Visual C++, C, C#, Visual Basic, FORTRAN, xbase, Oracle Forms, SQL, DMDX, E-Prime Operating Systems: Windows XP, Dos, Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Unix/Linux (Solaris, Fedora)
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Hardware: IBM PC's, Mac's, Sun's Applications: Visual Studio 2008, 2005, Netbeans, Praat, Subversion, Eclipse, Dimensions (PVCS), CVS, Toad, Microsoft .Net, Visual Cafй, Microsoft Office Suite, Visual Sourcesafe, Visio, Paintshop Pro, etc. Web/Application Servers: Installation and configuration of Weblogic, Tomcat, Apache and I-Planet (formerly Netscape Enterprise Server) Grid Computing/Networking: Condor, Ethernet, TCP/IP Video Game Development: Half-Life 1&2 modding using Hammer and FacePoser, custom C++ coding ADDITIONAL TRAINING CHI '94 tutorials: "Model-Based Interface Development" and "User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction". CHI '95 tutorials: "Introduction to Object-Oriented Design" and "Diversity and Depth in Participatory Design". Programming with Microsoft ADO.NET 10/2003 Developing XML Web Services Using Microsoft Visual C# .NET 01/2004 Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET Solution Architectures 03/2004 GRANTS AWARDED Equipment Restoration and Renewal Grant, University of Notre Dame Office of Research, "Integrated Physiology/Multi-Modal Laboratory Equipment Renewal Proposal", $95,521, 20072008, PI Sy-Miin Chow, Co-PI Charles R. Crowell. Role: Co-PI. Rodney F. Ganey Collaborative Community-based Research Mini-grant, "Using Interactive Robots to Scaffold Social Skills for Children With Autism", $6,000 with $1,000 optional extension, 2009-2010, University Partner (with Joshua Diehl and Charles R. Crowell) GRANT PARTICIPANT NSF Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI)," Curriculum and Laboratory Development Through 3-D Interfacing via the Nintendo Wiimote", $199,940, Aaron Striegel, PI. Charles Crowell and Amitabh Chaudhary, Co PIs, 2009-2011, Senior Scientist CTSI ND-PDT, "Enhancing Social Skills Interventions for Children with Autism through Interactive Robots",Diehl, J. PI, $19,984, (2010), Senior Scientist CTSI ND-PDT, "Use of Visual Feedback with the Nintendo Wii System in Rehabilitation of Balance among Acute Stroke Patients", Striegel, A. PI, $12,988, (2010), Senior Scientist HONORS AND AWARDS Qwest SpiritLinq Award 2005 Several U S West Spot Awards (from both the R&D and client organizations, 1998-2001) Advanced Technologies Stock Option Grant 2000, 2001 U S West Operations and Technologies President's Club 1998 (Hawaii trip) Sumae Cum Lader Purple Heart, U S West Advanced Technologies 1998 University Fellowship, New York University, 1988 National Research Service Award, Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, 1986 Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of Notre, Department of Psychology, 1981-82, 1982-83
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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Psychological Society Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers
PUBLICATIONS Crowell, C., & Villano, M. (1983). Micro-Proctor User's Guide. Newton, MA: Allyn & Bacon. Philips, J., Villano, M., Crowell, C.R., Setzer, M., & Miller, A.E. (1986). Typing versus menu selection for data entry: In search of the crossover point for maximum efficiency. In Proceedings of the Academic Microcomputer Conference, 2, (pp. 157-169). Indianapolis. Villano, M., Falmagne, J.-C., Johannesen, L., & Doignon, J.-P. (1987). Stochastic procedures for assessing an individual's state of knowledge. Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Assisted Learning in Post-Secondary Education (pp. 369-371). Calgary, Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary. Villano, M. (1991). Computerized knowledge assessment: Building the knowledge structure and calibrating the assessment routine (Doctoral dissertation, New York University, 1991). Dissertation Abstracts International, 52-12B. Bloom, C., Villano, M. & VanLehn, K. (1992). Application of artificial intelligence technologies to training systems: Computer-based diagnostic testing system (Contract No. F41624-91-C5002). Brooks AFB, TX: Technical Training Research Division, Human Resources Directorate. Villano, M. (1992). Probabilistic student models: Bayesian belief networks and knowledge space theory. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (pp. 491-498). New York: Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol 608. Bloom, C., Bullemer, P., Chu, R., Villano, M. (1992). A task-driven approach to knowledge acquisition, analysis and representation for intelligent training systems. Proceedings of the International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (pp. 509-514). Chicago: Vol 1. Crowell, C. R., Scheutz, M., Schermerhorn, P., and Villano, M. (October 2009) Gendered Voice and Robot Entities: Perceptions and Reactions of Male and Female Subjects. In The Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS '09), St. Louis, MO, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE)
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PAPERS IN PREPARATION Biggs, Adam T., Kreager, Ryan D., Gibson, Bradley S., Villano, Michael, and Crowell Charles R. "Semantic and affective salience: The role of meaning and preference in attentional capture and disengagement" Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (Invited to resubmit- revision in process) Schmitt, Lauren M., Diehl, Joshua, Villano, Michael and Crowell, Charles R., "The use of social robots in therapy with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Critical Review." (Manuscript in preparation)
TECHNICAL REPORTS Bloom, C., Bullemer, P., Chu, R., Villano, M. (1992). A task-driven approach to knowledge acquisition, analysis and representation for intelligent training systems. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M. Stein, J. & Lawrence, D. (1996) Video Service Platform: Graphical User Interface Style Guide. Bell Atlantic - NYNEX Technical Report, TM96-0075, White Plains, NY. Villano, M. & Bain, L. (1997) Code Talker Customer Access System Customer Processes. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M., Habermehl, K. & Hurley, D. (1997) Code Talker Customer Access System Document Roadmap. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M., Habermehl, K. & Bain, L. (1997) Code Talker Customer Access System Data Dictionary. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M., Habermehl, K., Bain, L. & Weich, C. (1997) Code Talker Customer Access System Use Cases. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M., Habermehl, K., & Dooley, S. (1997) Code Talker Customer Access System Operations Guide. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M., Habermehl, K., & Kaplanski, I. (1997) Code Talker Customer Access System Test Plan. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Villano, M., (1999) Repair Call Expert System Administration Guide. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO. Habermehl, K. & Villano, M., (2001) Repair Call Expert System Software Architecture Document. Technical Report, US West Advanced Technologies, Boulder, CO.
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Villano, M. (2004) 800 Number Ordering Automation: System Architecture and Design Document. Technical Report, Qwest Information Technologies, Denver, CO. Villano, M. (2006) Automated Address Format Correction and Address Validation. Technical Report, Qwest Information Technologies, Denver, CO. PRESENTED PAPERS/PANELS/WORKSHOPS Kambouri, M., Koppen, M., Villano, M., & Falmagne, J.-C. (1989, April). Knowledge assessment: Tapping human expertise. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Boston, MA. Villano, M., Kambouri, M., Koppen, M., & Falmagne, J.-C. (1990, August). Empirical Construction of a Knowledge Structure. In J.-P. Doignon and J.-C. Falmagne (Chairs), Combinatoric and Geometrical Representations. Symposium conducted at the workshop on Measurement and the Mathematical Representations of Empirical Structures, Irvine, CA. Bullemer, P. T., Chu, R. W., Kodali, N. and Villano, M. (1993). The Home and Building Control Fundamental Tutor: A Design Framework for Multimedia Instruction of Declarative Concepts. In Proceedings of the 1993 Conference on Intelligent Computer-Aided Training and Virtual Environment Technology, (p. 58). Houston, TX: NASA Chu, R. W. and Villano. (1993). Application of Knowledge Space Theory for Student Modeling. In Proceedings of the 1993 Conference on Intelligent Computer-Aided Training and Virtual Environment Technology, (p. 92). Houston, TX: NASA. Bullemer, P. T., Chu, R. W., Kodali, N. and Villano, M. (1993, August). The Home and Building Control Fundamental Tutor. U S West Consortium on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS), Boulder CO. Radlinski, B., Atwood, M. E., Villano, M. (1993, August). DIME: Distributed Intelligent Multimedia. U S West Consortium on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS), Boulder CO. Radlinski, B., Atwood, M. E., Villano, M. (1994). DIME: Distributed Intelligent Multimedia. Formal Demonstration. In Plaisant, C. (Ed.), CHI'94 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference Companion (pp.15-16), New York: The Association for Computing Machinery. Villano, M. (1995, September) Invited workshop participant in Dede, C. Integrating Learning and Working. In Guzdial, M. and Weingarten, F. (Eds.) Setting A Computer Science Research Agenda For Educational Technology (pp.32 -40). Washington, DC: Computing Research Association (CRA).
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Bloom, C. P., Wolff, A. S., Lesgold, A., Loftin, R. B., Elsom-Cook, M., Villano, M. (1995). Facilitating Intelligent Tutoring Technology Transfer. Panelist. In Greer, J. (Ed.), Proceedings of AI-ED 95- 7th World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (p.603). Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Boker, S., Cohn, J., Theobald, B., Lucey, S., Matthews, I., Mangini, M., Spies, J., Villano, M., Brick, T., Ambadar, Z., Ashenfelter, K. (September, 2007) Coordinated Motion and Facial Expression in Dyadic Conversation. Presented Poster. Washington, DC. National Science Foundation (NSF) Workshop on Human and Social Dynamics. Mangini, M., Villano, M. A., & Crowell, C. R. Visual Short term Memory for One Item. Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL: VSS, May, 2010 Kreager, R.D., Crowell, C.R., & Villano, M. A. "Context Effects on Imitation: How Action Context Can Modulate Imitation Performance". Paper presented at the 2010 Indiana Academy of Social Sciences Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.
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