George Corser is Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU).
His top-rated teaching explores web app development, smartphone/mobile app development, Java programming, theoretical computer science and cyber crime. He has published hundreds of instructional videos on YouTube. As of December 2016, he maintains a 4.4 rating at RateMyProfessors.com. While at Oakland University, he received a perfect 5.0 rating.
His award-winning research examines cyber crime and digital security, specifically location privacy and security in Internet-of-Things (IoT) and vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). He publishes papers in distinguished ACM and IEEE conferences and journals and has won two best paper runner up awards. He is currently Project Leader of an IEEE Experts in Technology and Policy (ETAP) whitepaper project, entitled End-to-end security and privacy by design for the IoT, to be completed in early 2017. He is preparing the groundwork for publications in computer science education.
His local, national and global service activities include: Organizer of TEDxSVSU, advisor of SVSU’s Google IgniteCS project, frequent volunteer/adviser for Hour Of Code, member/peer-reviewer for international technical societies (IEEE, ACM, SAE), and member of Michigan Infragard, a public-private partnership with the FBI dedicated to the protection of the United States and the American people and in particular critical infrastructures and key resources.
He holds a PhD in Computer Science and Informatics from Oakland University, an MS in Computer and Information Systems from the University of Michigan-Flint, and a BSE in Civil Engineering from Princeton University.