Welcome

Mark Llewellyn


Education:

  • Doctor of Philosophy – Computer Science, 1994, University of Central Florida     Orlando, Florida,  Dissertation Title: Temporal Extensions To The Relational Data Model, Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Mostafa A. Bassiouni
  • Bachelor of Science – Physics, 1981, Indiana State University   Terre Haute, Indiana graduated cum laude - minor in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Arts -Political Science, 1981, Indiana State University  Terre Haute, Indiana graduated cum laude - minor in Mathematics

UCF Academic Experience:

  • Lecturer:        1/2000-Present  - EECS – CS Division, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • Visiting Lecturer: 1998-1/2000 - School of Computer Science, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
  • Adjunct Instructor: 1/98 - 5/98 - University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida

Non-Academic Experience:

  • Independent Computer Consultant: 1994 - 1998, W.H. Freeman and Company Publishers, New York, New York
  • Independent Computer Consultant:  1994 - 1996 Harper Collins College Publishers, Glenview, Illinois
  • Independent Computer Consultant:  1996 - 1998 Addison-Wesley-Longman, Reading, Massachusetts
  • Independent Computer Consultant:  1992 - 1996 Worth Publishers, New York, New York

Honors and Awards:

  • Promoted to Associate Lecturer – April 2013
  • TIP Award – 2011

Service Activities:

  • IT Corc – 2011-present
  • CS/IT Minor Coordinator – past 5 years
  • External Examiner for University of the West Indies – past 5 years

Publications:

  • Instructor’s Solutions Manual  (to accompany Modern Physics, 6e), M. Llewellyn, W.H.  Freeman and Company, New York, Available online to instructors via W.H. Freeman.
  • Student Solutions Manual  (to accompany Modern Physics, 6e), M. Llewellyn, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York,  2012, ISBN-13: 0978-1-4292-7080-9, 101 pages.
  • Instructor’s Solutions Manual  (to accompany Modern Physics, 5e), M. Llewellyn, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York,2008,  ISBN: 978-0-7167-8472-2, 333 pages.
  • Student Solutions Manual  (to accompany Modern Physics, 5e), M. Llewellyn, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York, 2008 – ISBN: 978-0-7167-8575-3, 95 pages.

Professional Development:

Perform numerous book/chapter review work for various publishers of computer science and information technology textbooks.  In addition to revising course content with each offering of a course.

Areas of Interest: 

database systems, virtualization, cloud computing.