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R.F. Gamble D.Sc.

Tandy Professor of Computer Science Engineering College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Tandy School of Computer Science
Rayzor Hall 2120 918-631-2988
gamble@utulsa.edu
http://www.seat.utulsa.edu
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Biography

Dr. Rose Gamble is the director of the Software Design Laboratory, which supports software engineering research and development projects. Her research projects are currently funded by the National Science Foundation to develop the remote heavy truck testbed for cyber security experimentation, the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Human Performance Wing (Dayton, OH) to develop the platform and stimuli for human studies into why programmers trust certain code over others, and the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Information Directorate (Rome, NY) to determine how a self-adaptive system can verify its dynamic changes do not violate key requirements. Dr. Gamble also directs the Applied Research Center for Cloud of Things, which engages with industry to create experimental testbeds for developing, securing, and analyzing the impact of internet enabled devices on the business. Big data analytics, network security assessment, and algorithm analyses are involved in two currently funded projects from industry partners, eLynx, LLC and QuikTrip, Inc., both headquartered in Tulsa, OK. In 2015, Dr. Gamble and Robert Baird, (PhD '11) were awarded a patent on a Multi-claim Auditable Security Token (U.S. Patent 9,038,155) that gathers service identity and message transmission data to perform web service and cloud security forensics.


D.Sc., Washington University
M.S., Washington University
B.S., Westminster College


Cloud of Things
Internet of Things
Software Engineering
Web Applications
Information Assurance
Cloud Security
Adaptive Systems
Distributed Systems
Formal Methods

Software Engineering
Software Specification and Design
Agile Practices
Web Applications
Information Assurance
Cloud Security
Adaptive Systems
Distributed Systems
Formal Methods


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Journal Articles


*Nelson, C., Brummel, B., *Grove, D. F., *Jorgenson, N., Gamble, R., & Sen, S. (2010). Measuring creativity in software design. Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Creativity, 205-214.

Grove, F et al. “Adapting Rewards to Encourage Creativity.” Multi-Agent Systems for Education and Interactive Entertainment: Design, Use and Experience: Design, Use and Experience (2010): 51. Print.


CS 4503 Senior Software Projects I
CS 4513 Senior Software Projects II
CS 7433 Distributed Algorithms
CS 7443 Information System Assurance
CS 7863 Special Topics in Computer Science