Program: Online MSBA
Ph.D., Computer Science, William & Mary
ME, Systems Engineering, University of Virginia
BS, Computer Science, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA
Area: Operations and Information Technology
Expertise: Secure web information systems (cybersecurity), cloud scalability and performance, pharmacy health care analytics
Aaron Koehl is a clinical associate professor in the area of Operations and Information Technology at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. Before joining William & Mary's faculty, he served as assistant professor of Computer Science and program director of Information Systems and Information Science at Christopher Newport University.
Professionally, Aaron has nearly 20 years experience as a software engineer in both private industry and the public sector. With considerable software and database experience, he is interested in building quality software around complex business analytics models and delivering academic research to the industry. His research focuses on secure web information systems, cloud scalability and performance, and healthcare analytics.
He has been published in top international venues including ACM Multimedia Systems (MMSys), ACM Int'l Conf. on the World Wide Web (WWW), ACM International Conference on Middleware, IEEE Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN), European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS), and the Journal of Computer Networks (COMNET).