Panos Linos is a professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Butler University since 2000. He served as the interim department chairperson during the fall 2019 semester. Following that, he has accepted the challenge to serve another 3-year term as a chairperson during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before joining Butler, he was the chairperson of the Computer Science department at Tennessee Technological University. Dr. Linos has more than 30 years of academic and consulting experience. He enjoys teaching online courses on topics such as Machine Learning and Mobile App Development. He teaches and manages the EPICS program at Butler, where he supervises student teams developing software for nonprofit organizations. His on-going research activities focus on developing innovative tools and techniques to facilitate the modernization of legacy software systems. He is a former or current consultant to various organizations including the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Kaman Sciences Corporation, PLTW (Project Lead The Way) and Sallie Mae where he has been engaged in various projects including cloud migration strategies of industrial-strength software systems. He received M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science and Software Engineering from Wayne State University.