Knox professor honored by engineering group

From the Register-Mail:

Knox College professor of computer science John Dooley has been honored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers with selection as a senior member. The recognition by the largest technical professional association in the world, acknowledges both Dooley’s professional accomplishments and length of service in the field.

Dooley has taught at Knox since 2001. His teaching and research interests focus on software engineering and cryptology. This year he has published two research papers about the writing of cryptologist Herbert Yardley. He also regularly reviews works of fiction that use codes and cryptology.