Computer and Information Science and Engineering
Peter A. Freeman became Assistant Director for the Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate (CISE) on May 6, 2002.
Dr. Freeman was previously at Georgia Institute of Technology as professor and founding Dean of the College of Computing since 1990. He served in that capacity as the John P. Imlay, Jr. Dean of Computing, holding the first endowed Dean's Chair at Georgia Tech. He also served as CIO for the campus for three years. In addition, as a general officer of the campus, he was heavily involved in planning and implementing a wide range of activities for the campus including a successful $700M capital campaign and the Yamacraw Economic Development Mission. He was in charge of the FutureNet Project, part of the campus technology preparations for the 1996 Olympic Village, that resulted in a very high-performance and broad campus network. In 1998, he chaired the Sam Nunn NationsBank Policy Forum on Information Security, which led to the creation of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center, one of the first comprehensive centers in the country focused on information security.
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