William Bulko

Assistant Professor of Instruction
William Bulko's research interests primarily center around Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems, Programming Languages, Pervasive Computing, and Computer Science Education. As an undergraduate, he attended UT El Paso, and received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at UT Austin. Bulko spent 24 years with IBM, and has multiple patents and publications. He’s a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, as well as the Journal Review Board of Applied Intelligence.

Research

Research Areas: 
Research Interests: 
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Expert Systems
  • Programming Languages
  • Pervasive Computing
  • Computer Science Education

Select Publications

Jena Heath, William Bulko. October 2015. “Right Brain, Left Brain: Challenges in Designing a Successful Journalism and Computer Science Collaboration.”.
David Kumhyr, Glenn Johnson, Yvonne Young, Jacobo Vargas, William Bulko. “Method of Supply Chain Adjustment Following a Disaster.”.
David Kumhyr, Glenn Johnson, Yvonne Young, Jacobo Vargas, William Bulko. February 3, 2010. “Use of ARP Cache data to Discover and Report Malfunctioning Systems.”.
David Kumhyr, Glenn Johnson, Yvonne Young, Jacobo Vargas, William Bulko. June 10, 2009. “Method to Use Baseboard Management Controller to Detect Alteration of Electronic Device.”.
David Kumhyr, Glenn Johnson, Yvonne Young, Jacobo Vargas, William Bulko.. December 7, 2010. “Time Marking Ink Stick.”.