MA, Adelphi University, 1995.
BFA, Pratt Institute, 1982.
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Faculty, Computer Science Department, 1995 - present.
CSE 101 Introduction to Computers and Information Technology, CSE/ISE 334 Introduction to Multimedia, CSE/ISE 364 Advanced Multimedia, CSE 392 Multimodal Interfaces, CSE/ISE 487 Research in Computer Science, CSE 523/24 Software Engineering and Project Plan, EST 573 Design of Multimedia Courseware, WSE187 Introduction to Research.
"Introduction to Multimedia" received citation in the Recognition Award for the Integration of Research and Education (RAIRE) from the National Science Foundation (1997).
Projects funded by the National Science Foundation (current CRCD grant) and the New York State Department of Education (1997 Learning Technology grant).
Center for Excellence in Learning
and Teaching -
Designed and directed the installation of a 15-seat facility for faculty courseware development. Served on search committee.
Computer Science Department -
Specified and directed the installation of a 45-seat teaching and development lab. Served on search committee, web committee.
College of Engineering and Applied
Developed undergraduate recruitment CD-ROM, which was a Long Island Software Award (LISA) finalist in 1998.
CD-ROM Proceedings Co-Chair for the IEEE Visualization 1994 conference.
T. Scarlatos, L. Scarlatos, and F. Gallarotti. “iSign: Making the Benefits of Reading Aloud Accessible to Families with Deaf Children”. In Proceedings of the Sixth IASTED International Conference on Computer Graphics and Imaging. Honolulu, Hawaii, August 2003.
Tony Scarlatos and Dmitri Nesterenko, “Let Your Fingers Do the Talking”, Journal of Educational Technology Systems, Volume 33, Number 2 – 2004-2005.
Lori Scarlatos, Tony Scarlatos (2005). "Physical computing and multimodal input in human-computer interfaces", Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Volume 20, Issue 5 (May 2005), 8 - 14
The following projects were developed by my company, Art&Sol, founded in 1993.
Presbytery of Long Island
Database-driven web site
Developed in Flash, ColdFusion, and Access, the content of this site is dynamically updated by 8 databases. The site serves 60 churches representing approximately 15,000 parishoners.
Long Island Museum
“Lights, Camera, Action! Long Island in the Movies.” June 2005 – October 2005
“The Crowd Goes Wild! A History of Sports on Long Island.” June 2002 – October 2002
Courseware development for high school curriculum
The Learning Cafes are four Internet-connected learning labs in Brooklyn public high schools, funded by a Department of Commerce Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program (TIIAP) grant. On the client side the software guides the student through the lessons in a virtual cafe. On the server side the web site tracks student progress, scores on-line quizzes, and provides discussion groups. This project was presented at the Syllabus conference in July 1999.
Kermit95 communications software
Interface design for product launch.
Suffolk County Community College
Web-based Pine Email tutorial
SUNY Suffolk's Department of Information Technology uses this tutorial to administer 22,000 Email accounts. Students perform Pine Email tasks simulated in Java, and if they pass the proficiency test the program validates their Email account automatically. This project was a LISA finalist in 1998.
Long Island Lighting Company
Rigging crew field support
and computer-based training (CBT) application
This software assists rigging crews with calculations and tool selection, and provides a library of 3D simulations, digital video, and system diagrams. Deployed as a field support application and as a CBT unit to meet OSHA recertification requirements.
Resource Access Control Facility
(RAC-F) employee training
Animated interactive training that instructs employees in the use of mainframe security software. This project was featured on CNN business news in October of 1993.
Multimedia sales catalog
Interactive catalog of high-tech parts for an aerospace company.
GRAPHICS AND ART DIRECTION
Art Director, 1988 - 1993
Designed and produced major university publications. Adelphi's cultural calendar received the Printing Industries of America award in 1990, and the academic advising handbook won the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) award in 1992.
Design Consultant, 1988
Graphics for News 12, the nation's first 24-hour local news station.
Long Island University
Design Consultant, 1987-1988
Designed publications for the Tilles Center.
Art Director, 1986-1987
Designed book jackets, direct mail, print ads, and POP. Sci-Fi book club illustration featured in American Artist magazine, September issue 1988.
Paul Singer Design, Danne &
Design Consultant, 1985-1986
Developed symbol/signage system for use in public lands administered by the Army Corps of Engineers. Installed in over 500 locations nation-wide. The project received the Federal Design Achievement award in 1988.
Graphic Designer, 1984-1985
Designed textbooks for a health sciences publisher.
Fraunces Tavern Museum
Design Consultant, 1982-1983
Designed and fabricated exhibits for New York's oldest landmark.