Dr. John H. Chang
Dr. John H. Chang
Professor of Computer Science & Information Systems

Office: SCI2 223
Phone: (760) 750-8018
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Dr. John H. Chang

Seasoned Information Technology Executive and Telecommunications Expert with extensive experience in IT consulting, business development and planning, design and implementation of information and networking systems with  Bellcore, Gartner Group, IBM and Prodigy.  Solid technical background combined with extensive experience in business development and people management.  Taught and worked with many emerging technologies such as Fiber Optic Communications, ATM, Internet, Intelligent Networks, Operations Support Systems, E-Commerce and Wireless Technologies.

Since 1969 have been active in teaching technical and business courses, and was Associate Professor of Telecommunications from 1994 to 1996 at SUNY Institute of Technology, Utica, New York and Adjunct Professor of Computer Sciences at the Polytechnic University of New York, Adjunct Professor of Information and Communication Systems at the Graduate School of Business Administration, Fordham University, and Adjunct Professor of Computer Sciences and Information Systems at Pace University.

Joined the Computer Science Department , California State University San Marcos in 2001. Currently teaching the following courses : 4 Networking Courses (Introduction ,Intermediate ,Advanced, and Wireless) , Computer Architecture, Logic Design, and Introduction to Programming Using C++.  Department Chair 2004 -- 2008.

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Education

  • M.S. and Ph.D. Yale University, New Haven, CT
  • Senior Member of IEEE
  • Who’s Who in the World and American Men of Sciences.

Publications

  • J. H. Chang, “Adaptation in a Non-stationary Environment”, Record of the IEEE Systems Science and Cybernetics Conference, San Francisco, California, October 1968, pp. 233- 239.
  • J. H. Chang, “Optimum Adaptive Array Processors”, Proceedings of the BIP International Symposium on Computer Processing in Communications, Brooklyn, New York, April 1969, pp. 695- 710.
  • J. H. Chang, “A Comparison of Synchronous and Asynchronous Time-Division Multiplexing Techniques”, Proceedings of the 1970 International conference on Communications, San Francisco, California, June 1970, pp. 16.10 – 16.17.
  • J. H. Chang and F. Tuteur,“A New Class of Adaptive Array Processors” , Journal of the Acoustic Society of America, March 1971, pp. 639 – 649.
  • J. H. Chang, “Analysis of Buffering Techniques in Teleprocessing Systems”, IEEE Transaction on Communications, June 1972, pp. 619 – 630.
  • J. H. Chang and S. Gorenstein,“A Disk File System Shared by Several Computers in a Teleprocessing Environment”, Proceedings of the PIB International Symposium on Computer-Communications Network and Teletraffic, Brooklyn, New York, April 1972, pp. 177 – 186. (Coauthored)
  • J. H. Chang, “Some Design and Evaluation Techniques for Data Communications Systems”, Proceedings of the First USA – Japan Computer Conference, Tokyo, Japan, October 1972, pp. 498 – 507.
  • J. H. Chang, “Configuration and Analysis of a Communications Processor”, Proceedings of the Second International Computer Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, August 1974.
  • J. H. Chang, “An Analysis of Terminal Response Times in Data Communications Systems”, IBM Journal of Research and Development, May 1975, pp. 272 – 282.
  • J. H. Chang, “Economic and Performance Considerations in Distributed Systems”, Proceedings of Eurocomp ’78, London, May 1978.
  • J. H. Chang, “Multimedia Networking: Requirements, Technologies Issues, and a Framework for Services”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Imaging Science, Systems and Technology, CISST ’03, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 23 – 26, 2003, pp. 441 – 448.
  • J. H. Chang, “A Performance/Price Analysis of Client/Server Computing Models”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, PDPTA ’03, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 23 – 26, 2003, pp. 305 – 311.
  • J. H. Chang, “A Case Study of Network Benchmarking: How Efficient is Your Network?”, Proceedings of the 8th World Multiconference on Systems, Cybernetics, and Informatics (SCI 2004), Orlando, FL, July 18-21, 2004.
  • J. H. Chang, “A Business Model of Online Information Services”, Proceedings of the 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI, June 21-24, 2004.
  • J. H. Chang and R. A. Cook, Jr., “Wireless Update of Automotive On-Board Computer – Part One: Architecture and Overview”,  The 2005 International Conference on Wireless Networks, June 27-30, 2005, Las Vegas.
  • R. A. Cook, Jr. and J. H. Chang,., “Wireless Update of Automotive On-Board Computer – Part Two: A Prototype Implementation “, the 9th World Multi-conference on Systematics, Cybernetics and Informatics, July 10-13 2005, Orlando, FL.
  • J.  H. Chang and C. Tsai, “Anycast Verification Procedure, Part One: Basic Concept and Architecture”,   the 2005 International Conference on Communications in Computing, June 27-30, 2005, Las Vegas.
  • J. H. Chang and C. Tsai, “Anycast Verification Procedure – A Security Protocol of the IPv6 Anycast Addressing Scheme”, the 9th World Multi-conference on Systematics, Cybernetics and Informatics, July 10-13 2005, Orlando, FL.
  • J. H. Chang and S. Kotamraju, “ Partitioning Based Hierarchical Routing Scheme, Part One : Algorithms and Designs”,  the 2005 International Conference on Communications in Computing, June 27-30, 2005, Las Vegas.
  • S. Kotamraju and J. H. Chang, “Partitioning Based Hierarchical Routing Scheme, Part Two: Simulation and Testing”, the 9th World Multi-conference on Systematics, Cybernetics and Informatics, July 10-13 2005, Orlando, FL.
  • J. H. Chang and J. Song, “SmartOfficer – A Mobile Information Retrieval System, Part One: Architecture and Overview”, The 2005 International Conference on Wireless Networks, June 27-30, 2005, Las Vegas.
  • J. Song and J. H. Chang, “SmartOfficer – A Mobile Information Retrieval System, Part Two: Implementation and Testing”, the 9th World Multi-conference on Systematics, Cybernetics and Informatics, July 10-13, 2005, Orlando, FL.

COLLABORATORS & OTHER AFFILIATIONS

Graduate Students Supervised within the Past Three Years
2004 – 2005:   C. Tsai, J. Song, S. Kotamraju, J. Xu, R. Cook
2005 – 2006:   S. Manickaraj, S. Sundar, M. Derkalousdian, J. Silva
2006 – 2007:   P. Huang, T. Hoang
2007-- 2008:   Swapna Adusumilli