Professor Tsui has more than 30 years of experience in the Software and IT industry. He is currently a full time faculty member of the School of Computing and Software Engineering at SPSU. He has also been an adjunct faculty at both Georgia Tech and Kennesaw State University. Frank's formal education includes a PhD in computer science from Georgia Tech, MS from Indiana State University and a BS from Purdue. His experience includes compiler writing for RCA, business applications programming for BlueCross BlueShield, operating system development and software product management with IBM Corp., Director of Software Development with MARCAM, Vice President of Technology with PSInet/Metamor, and Chief Technology Officer with RiverLogic Inc. Several well known industry software products were developed under Tsui’s guidance: IBM's CMAS construction package, IBM's MVS/JES3 Operating System, IBM's MAPICS ERP (Second Release) package, and IBM's EDI package. He is actively involved with the software industry and is especially interested in: Development Processes, Configuration Management, Product and Service Quality, Measurements and Metrics, Testing and Validation.
Thomas Keenan teaches media theory, literature, and human rights at Bard College, where he directs the Human Rights Project and helped create the first undergraduate degree program in human rights in the United States. He is the author of Fables of Responsibility (1997) and, with Eyal Weizman, Mengele’s Skull (2012). He is co-editor, with Wendy Chun, of New Media, Old Media (2006, 2nd ed. 2015), and, with Tirdad Zolghadr, of The Human Snapshot (2013). Flood of Rights, co-edited with Suhail Malik and Tirdad Zolghadr, is forthcoming in 2016. He curated “Antiphotojournalism” with Carles Guerra (2010–11), and “Aid and Abet” (2011). He has served on the boards of a number of human rights organisations and journals, including WITNESS, Scholars at Risk, the Crimes of War Project, the Journal of Human Rights, and Humanity.