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Below is a sampling and brief descriptions of real undergraduate research projects conducted by my students under my scientific supervision at the Georgia Gwinnett College in Greater Atlanta.

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John, Mebin. Subject Domain Oriented Simulation Case Studies for the Undergraduate Students.  Senior IT student. Student Small Research Project Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2013.

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Popp, Joshua. Modeling GGC Parking System Dynamics. Senior IT student. Student Small Research Project Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2013.

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Raffa, Kyle. Sustainability Study of a Higher Education Institution: ARENA Simulation Software for Systems Analysis of the Dining Facilities. Senior IT student. Student Small Research Project Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2012.

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Lahmaydi, Mohamed. A CPU Scheduler Simulation Model for Sustainability Analysis of Educational IT Resources. Senior IT student. Student Small Research Project Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2012.

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Bell, Jeremy; Brewer, Bobby and Overton, Corey. ARENA Simulation Tools for Systems Analysis. Senior IT students. Student Small Research Project. Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2011.

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Barnes, Nick; Hull, Chris and Moon, Alex. Systems Analysis with NetLogo Simulation to Mitigate the Damage of an Intranet Worm Outbreak. Senior IT students. Student Small Research Project Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2011.

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Fernandez, Daniel; Ybarra, Lori, and Ritter, Michael. Improving Efficiency in a Manufacturing Shipping Environment Through Systems Analysis using Simulation Technologies. Senior IT students. Student Small Research Project. Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2011.

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St. John, Curtis. Information Technology to Support the Analysis of the College Growth and its Influence on the Traffic Dynamics. Senior IT student. Student Small Research Project. Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2010. Was AWARDED THE SECOND PLACE at the Student Research Contest at the 24th Annual USA Southeastern Regional ACM Computing Conference, Atlanta, 2010.

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St. John, Curtis. Analysis of Functionality Provided by Simulation Programming Languages (SIMAN and SLAM II) within the Appropriate Simulation Technologies (ARENA and AweSim): CREATE, QUEUE, TERMINATE. Senior IT student. Student Small Research Project. Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2010.

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Brewer, Robert and Simpson Davis. Information Technology to Support Student Enrollment for an Innovative College Sustainability. Senior IT students. Student Small Research Project. Technical Report. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Greater Atlanta, GGC, 2010. Was RECOGNIZED as finalists from the 10 the best student research projects submitted to the Student Research Contest at the 24th Annual USA Southeastern Regional ACM Computing Conference, Atlanta, 2010.

Below is a sampling and brief descriptions of real undergraduate and graduate research projects conducted by my students under my scientific supervision at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

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Glessner, Joseph. Simulation of Government Response to Natural, Industrial, and Terrorist Disasters. 4th year BS Bioinformatics Undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-498-06-01. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2006.

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Greenwood, James. Simulation of Philadelphia Hospitalís Health Policy. 4th year BS Bioinformatics Undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-498-06-02. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2006.

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Oyenuga, K. Oladotun. Conceptual Simulation Model of Drug, Disease and Disease modulatorsí Effects on Transport and Permeability Properties of the Blood Brain Barrier. Ph.D. holder. Postdoctoral Research Associate. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Technical Report #USP-MCPS-327-06-03. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2006.

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Greenwood, James. Conceptual Model of Philadelphia Hospitalís Health Policy. 4th year BS Bioinformatics Undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-327-05-02. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2005.

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Glessner, Joseph. Conceptual Model of Government Response to Natural Disasters and Terrorist Attacks. 4th year BS Bioinformatics Undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-327-05-01. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2005.

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Reider, Emily. Computer Systems Analysis in Healthcare. 3rd year Computer Science undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-327-04-01. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2004.

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Jerolimo, Joseph. Gaussian Diffusion Models and their Implementation within EPAís Recommended Software. 4th year Environmental Science major undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-422-03-01. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2003.

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Gryechko, Valentina. Information Flows for Clinical Trials III: Body Systems and Drug Classification, Patient Sample Size Estimation, Blinding and Randomization. First year PharmD student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-490-02-01. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2002.

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Burke, Brian. Range Assessment of Simulation Model Parameters for Clinical Trials Phase III: Successful Clinical Results. 4th year BS Biology undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-490-02-02. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2002.

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Melo, Brian. Range Assessment of Simulation Model Parameters for Clinical Trials Phase III: Unsuccessful Clinical Results. 4th year BS Pharmacology/Toxicology undergraduate student. Technical Report # USP-MPCS-490-02-03. Scientific Supervisor Dr. Anatoly Kurkovsky. Philadelphia, USP, 2002.

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