BA Rutgers University
MS Iowa State University
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Antonino (Tony) Mione began teaching at Mount Mercy University in 2011 as an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Computer Science. Mione has taught Embedded Systems, Robotics, Computer Organization, Systems Programming, and Programming Lanugages. He became an Assistant professor of computer science at Mount Mercy in fall 2012.
Mione holds a MS degree in Information Assurance and Computer Engineering (2009) as well as a BA in Computer Science (1982).
Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member at Mount Mercy, Mione was employed at Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids as a Senior Software Engineer. At Rockwell Collins he oversaw a team of software engineers, worked to develop key management software, in addition to developing tests and insuring compliance with software requirements. During his tenure at Rockwell Collins, Mione worked to design and develop security code for military avionics. He has also held positions in the computer science field at RSA Security, Inc., in San Francisco, Calif., and Rutgers University, in Piscataway, N.J.
Mione wrote “CDE and Motif: A Practical Primer,” published by Prentice Hall-PTR, which describes how to develop code for the X-Windows GUI environment. Additionally, Mione has written for several technical journals on X-Windows, cryptographic security, and Web technologies. Mione was actively involved in Digital Equipment Computer Users’ Society (DECUS), having served as a regular speaker and panel member for the organization. He has also been involved in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in working groups related to computer security standards.