Alfred C. Weaver, Professor
of Computer Science
Alf Weaver is Director of the Computer Science Department's
Computer Networks Laboratory, Director of the University's Internet
Commerce Group, and Founding Director of the state's Internet
Technology Innovation Center.
His team developed the Xpress Transport Protocol
(XTP) for the U.S. Navy, created a digital ultrasound system for
the UVa. Department of Radiology, and designs multimedia systems.
Weaver has supervised 56 M.S. and Ph.D. students
at UVa., has been PI or co-PI on 120+ research proposals worth
over $20 million, and has written 100+ journal, conference, and
technical papers. He is a frequent public speaker on the topics
of the Internet and electronic commerce.
Kim Gregg, Administrative
Kim Gregg is the Office and Customer Service Manager
for the InterCom Group. Her most vital responsibility is to manage
the research and industrial contract budgets. She also functions
as the software and customer support for SurveySuite.
Ms. Gregg graduated from the University of North
Texas in 1984, with a B.A. in Finance and Psychology.
Mary Ann Episcopo Stumbaugh,
Mary Ann Stumbaugh designs, develops, and implements software for
business-to-business electronic commerce. Her specialty is
designing databases in conjunction with web-based user interfaces.
Current projects include MatchMaker
and Outreach Virginia.
Mary Ann is a U.Va. alumnus with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an M.S. in
Andrew M. Snyder, Computer
Science Graduate Student
Andrew Snyder graduated from the University of Virginia
with a BS in Computer Science in May of 2001. He is currently
pursuing a Master of Computer Science degree at U.Va. He has worked
with InterCom's Internet Movie Server and Streaming Digital Ultrasound.
His interests involve Media Compression, Multicasting, and JDBC
Applications. He has been a Teaching Assistant at U.Va. for 2
semesters, and will continue this role in graduate school. He
works for S.A.I.C. (Science Applications International Corporation),
providing them with Network Administration and Java support. He
is expected to graduate from U.Va. with his Masters in May 2003.
James W. Van Dyke, Computer
Engineering Undergraduate Student
James Van Dyke is a second year student at the University
of Virginia's School of Engineering and Applied Science. He is
currently pursuing a major in Computer Engineering. James contributed
to InterCom's Off Hollywood and telemedicine projects. In addition,
he designed the InterCom website. Presently, he is working on
an Intel-funded research project involving Open Pluggable Edge
Services. James is a member of the U.Va. Student Council Technology
Committee, and he is currently employed by nTelos, Inc. James
is expected to graduate from U.Va. with his B.S. in May 2004.