of Computing page. Georgia
How to contact me:
Email (best): omojokun (at)
cc (dot) gatech (dot) edu
Office: College of Computing Building (CCB), Room 219
An understanding of certain aspects of the law can help computer scientists contribute more to their enterprise. We will learn about the various types of law that computer scientists may encounter. Students will be exposed to the US legal system, intellectual property, licensing and contracts, and data security and privacy. Students will work in small teams to analyze third-party commercial-grade code as a technical expert (witness) might do to support a litigation. At the end of the course students should be aware of basic legal issues in the computer field and understand when they need advice from a lawyer.
I'm teaching a few courses this Fall (2020):
Here's a list of all of my courses in no particular order:
- CS 4853-X - CREATE-X Capstone (entrepreneurial and multidisciplinary focused version of Capstone Design).
Fall 2018-2020; Spring: 2019-2020.
As part of the CREATE-X Make program, the Fall 2018 section of this course was included in the winning submission of the 2019 Institute Curriculum Innovation Award. You can learn more about CREATE-X here: www.create-x.gatech.edu
- CS 2261 - Media Device Architectures. Fall 2017; Spring 2018.
- CS 2803-DWD - Dynamic Web Development. Summer 2012.
- CS 4001 - Computing and Society (Cyberethics). Fall 2010; Summer 2011; Summer 2014.
- CS 1331 - Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming. Fall: 2010-2012, 2019-2020; Spring: 2010-2012, 2020; Summer: 2010-2012, 2014-2016, 2019-2020.
- CS 2110 - Computer Organization and Programming. Fall 2009.
- CS 3240 - Languages and Computation (this course also includes an introduction to compiler construction). Summer 2009.
- CS 1372 - C Programming for Engineers. Fall 2011.
- CS 1371 - Computing for Engineers. Fall 2012; Spring: 2012, 2014-2015.
- CS 4911 - Design Capstone. Fall: 2011-2012, 2014-2015; Spring: 2014-2015; Summer 2012.
- CETL 8000-COC - Special Topics. TA Development for CS Graduate Students I. Fall: 2014-2020; Spring: 2015, 2017-2020.
- CETL 8801-COC - Special Topics. TA Development for CS Graduate Students II. Fall: 2014-2020; Spring: 2015, 2017-2020.
- CS 3311 (formerly 3801) - Project Design. Fall: 2014-2016; Spring: 2015-2017; Summer 2017-2020.
- CS 3312 - Project Implementation. Fall: 2015-2020; Spring: 2015-2020; Summer: 2015-2020.
As my past courses and research show, I have a wide range of interests -- spanning mobile computing, networking, devices, user-interfaces, software development, entrepreneurship, ethical/legal (especially intellectual property based) issues in technology, recommendation systems, and educational technology (especially in the context of online courses). I'm always happy to have discussions in these areas (and more), so feel free to reach out to me using the email address above.
Once upon a time (circa 2006), I was a post-doc at the Laboratory for Interactive Artificial Intelligence. Here's my former page