A part-time lecturer at UVM for several years, Eddy now becomes full-time at CEMS, leaving his post as chief technology officer at a local company. He received his BA in physics and applied mathematics from UVM in 2004 before earning a certificate in applied cybersecurity from MIT and an MS in information systems from Northwestern University. Eddy’s interests include cybersecurity and cryptography, as well as embedded systems programming and computer organization/architecture.

Associations and Affiliations

  • Member of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • Member of National Cyberwatch Center
James Eddy

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Cybersecurity and cryptography, embedded systems programming, and computer organization/architecture


  • M.S., Northwestern University
  • B.A., University of Vermont


Office Location:

Innovation E309

Courses Taught

CS 008 - Web Development
CS 021 - Computer Programming I
CS 121 - Computer Organization
CS 166 - Cybersecurity Principles
CS 167 - Cybersecurity Defense