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Contact Information

Academic School

School of Computer Science and Mathematics


Hancock 3007



(845) 575-3832


Alan G. Labouseur

Associate Professor of Computer Science


Dr. Labouseur is a professor, researcher, and computer scientist with a background in consulting. He applies that practical consulting background to his theoretical and academic pursuits, shaping the minds of our future technology leaders.

An experienced consultant, advisor, team leader, mentor, and award-winning professor, Alan enjoys developing systems and leading students by example. He co-invented the subfield of Dynamic Data Quality, which, along with research interests in large-scale graph databases and cybersecurity analytics, keeps him busy inside and outside the classroom.


PhD, Computer Science – University at Albany (SUNY), 2014
MS, Computer Science – Pace University, 1995
BS, Computer Science – Marist College, 1990

Research Interests/Areas of Focus

Databases and Distributed Systems (especially relational and graph database systems), Compilers and Programming Languages, Functional and Concurrent Programming, Software Craftsmanship, Cybersecurity Analytics

Selected Publications

Creative Work

  • Research lead for faculty-student API Honeypot and HoneyNey design and implementation project, 2017 – 2018
  • Research lead for faculty-student Essential Blockchain design and implementation project, 2017 - 2018
  • Co-Principal Investigator on NSF CC:DNI grant (#1541384) to design and implement an infrastructure for cloud network security – 2015
  • IBM Faculty Scholar Grant, 2009
  • IBM Eclipse Innovation Grant, 2005

Primary Software Developer: BiG* Data Studio
Built and led a team of four graduate students and one undergraduate (collectively called the “G-stars”) for two semesters where we designed, developed, debugged, and demoed a web-based graphical front end for G*: The Dynamic Graph Database. Features included graph visualization and relational database integration

Primary Software Developer: LCARS
Leading a team of undergraduates in the design and development of LCARS - Lightweight Cloud Analytics for Realtime Security. This effort is part of the NSF SecureCloud grant, of which I am a co-PI. Features include a security dashboard, attack analytics, threat intelligence, and a dynamic reconfigurator.

Selected Presentations

  • SUNY Westchester Mathematics Day 2014 – Keynote speaker: STEM from Space War to Portal
  • E-commerce Software Architecture and Implementation – College of Software Engineering in the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2006
  • Information Management in the Global Bio-Pharma Industry – 2002 China BioPharma Forum

Awards and Honors

  • Marist College Board of Trustees’ Faculty Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2018
  • Best Poster Award, IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE), 2014
  • SGA Faculty of the Year Award - Marist College School of Computer Science and Mathematics, 2013
  • SGA Faculty of the Year Award - Marist College School of Computer Science and Mathematics, 2005

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