Dr. Peter Clarke was presented with the Excellence in Advising and Mentorship Award

Faculty Award, Faculty Highlight

Photo of Dr. Peter J. Clarke

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Peter Clarke for being selected as a recipient of Excellence in Advising and Mentorship Award.

FIU’s Faculty Senate Honorary Degrees and Awards Committee recognizes Dr. Peter Clarke excellence in distinguished contributions in undergraduate advising and outstanding work with graduate students.

Born and raised in Barbados, Peter J. Clarke received his BSc. degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill) in 1987, MS degree from SUNY Binghamton University in 1996 and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Clemson University in 2003. His research interests are in the areas of software testing, software metrics, model-driven software development, domain-specific modeling languages, and computer science education. He has published over 75 research papers and is the PI on several NSF grants. He is a member of ACM (SIGSOFT, SIGCSE, and SIGAPP); IEEE Computer Society; and the Association for Software Testing (AST).

You can learn more about Dr. Peter Clarke research groups below:

CVM Research Group
The long-term goal of this project is to develop a technology that allows the user to build executable communication-intensive models. This technology includes the Communication Modeling Language (CML) and a platform to execute a communication model, the Communication Virtual Machine (CVM).

STEM-CyLE – STEM Cyber-learning Environment
STEM-CyLE is a configurable learning and engagement cyberlearning environment that contains digital learning content in all areas of STEM. Currently, the learning content is mainly on Software Engineering and Programming and is expected to expand in the coming years. Unlike other learning management systems, STEM-CyLE uses embedded learning and engagement strategies (ELESs) to get student more involved in the learning process.