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Bhuyan, Jay, Ph.D.


Computer Science Department
Andrew F. Brimmer Hall Room 108
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL 36088
Office:  334-727-8371
Fax:      334-724-4389


Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana, 1990
M.S., Computer Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana, 1987
B.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India, 1980


  • Telecom Software Architecture
  • Software & Network Security including Cloud & IoT Security
  • Object-Oriented Analysis, Design, & Test Driven Development
  • Big Data Analytics


  • Information & Network Security
  • Data Mining
  • Parallel/Distributed Computing
  • Operating Systems
  • Systems Programming
  • Data Structures & Algorithms
  • Theory of Computation
  • Object-oriented Design and Programming (Java, C++)
  • Software Architecture
  • Programming Languages 
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Networks


  • Professor, Computer Science Department, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL (August 2015 – Present).
  • Adjunct Professor, Computer Science Department, Franklin University, Columbus, OH (Jan 2002 – Present).
  • Senior Software Engineer, Alcatel–Lucent / Lucent Technologies, Columbus, OH (July 1999 – August 2015 
  • Tenured Associate Professor, Computer Science Department, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL (April 1995 – June 1999).
  • Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL (August 1990 – April 1995).
  • Research Associate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN (Summer 1995)
  • Research Associate, Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, NM (Summer 1993)


  • More than 15 years of experience in the architecture and development of secured software for telecom applications in the industry.
  • Completed SANS training on Advanced Security Essentials.
  • Currently teaching graduate courses on Information Security and Network Security.


  • “A survey on the use of data clustering for intrusion detection system in cybersecurity,” International Journal of Network Security Its Applications, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 1–17, 2020 (co-authors Bohara, Wu, and Ding).
  • “Aerial drone: An effective tool to teach information technology and cybersecurity through project-based learning to minority high school students in the U.S.” TechTrend, 04 2020. [Online]. Available: (co-authors Wu, Thomas, Koong, Hur and Wang).
  • “A Solution Framework for Managing Internet of Things (IoT)”, International Journal of Computer Networks and Communications, November, 2016 (co-authors Mohapatra, Asundi, and Singh).
  • “Planning and Managing Virtualized Next Generation Networks”, International Journal of Computer Networks and Communications, 2015 (co-authors Mohapatra and Narang).
  • “Strategies for Realism in E-Learning Classroom”, ICES India Conference, 2008 (co-authors: Gudivada, and Nandigram). 
  • "Parallel Genetic Algorithms for Clustering," International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, 1999 (co-authors: Gudivada, Babb, and Narang).
  • “Multiple Instances of Objects Problem in Spatial Similarity-Based Retrieval,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Imaging Science, Systems, and Technology, 1997 (co-authors: Gudivada and Sonak).
  • “Algorithms for the Boundary Selection Problem,” Algorithmica, Springer-Verlag, 1997 (co-authors: Deogun and Raghavan).
  • “A Retrieval Technique for Virtual Reality Databases,” Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, 1997 (co-authors: Gudivada and Adusumill).
  • “An Efficient and Robust Algorithm for Shape Similarity-based Retrieval,” Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Advanced Computing, 1996 (co-authors: Gudivada and Severance).


  • “Randomized Clustering Algorithms and its Parallelization,” DEC grant for $120,000 under the “Digital Faculty Program/Incentives for Excellence Award,” 1990-1992, Principal Investigator.
  • “Establishment of Infrastructure for High Performance Computing Program (HPCP) for Teaching and Research at Tuskegee University,” NSF grant for $1,200,000, 1996-2001, with other faculty at Tuskegee University.
  • “Identification of Surface and Near Surface Defects and Damage Evaluation by Laser Speckle Techniques,” NASA grant for $73,920, 1999, Principal Investigator.
  • "Partnership to Provide Technology Experiences through Aerial Drones in High Schools of the Alabama Black Belt," NSF grant for $1,192,593, 2016-2019, Co-Principal Investigator.
  • “Minimizing Health Disparity Using Demographics, Gaming and Machine Learning in the Alabama Black Belt Region,” NHA sub-grant for $40,000, 2018–2019, Co-Principal Investigator.
  • “Integrating Machine Learning into Cyber Security Education, Research, and Workforce Development”. Rockwell Collins grant for $20,000, 2018–2019, Principal Investigator.
  • “Spokes: MEDIUM: SOUTH: Collaborative: Integrating Biological Big Data Research into Student Training and Education”, NSF grant for $149,996, 2018–2021, Co-Principal Investigator.
  • "Intrusion Detection using Deep Learning and System Calls”, Henry C. McBay Faculty Research Fellowship, $15,000. 2020. Principal Investigator.