Earl LaBatt

Adjunct Faculty

Computer Information Systems Minor
Computer Information Systems, B.S.
Computer Science, B.A.
Cybersecurity Engineering, M.S.
Information Technology, M.S.
UNH Manchester


Earl LaBatt joined UNH Manchester as an Adjunct Professor of Computer Information Systems in 1999. His course work has included Introduction to Scientific Programming and Application Programming using Java.

20+ years of industry experience includes:

  • Developing decision aids, tracking and reporting systems, and mission planning tools at Rome Laboratory.
  • Developing Motif based user interfaces and algorithms for real-time applications, calibration software for the F-22 airplane, component based frameworks using Java and Jini, and reusable architectures for distributed heterogeneous applications at Lockheed Martin.
  • Developing generic grouping technology, servlets, dashboards, low-level data collectors, and server-side business logic at OPNET Technologies.
  • Managing software development teams which include: allocating tasks, managing the development and release schedules, interacting with quality assurance, and supporting technical support.

He has developed software using a variety of languages with the most notable being Java, C, C++, and Ada. He is presently working for OPNET Technologies.


  • CIS 630 - Application Programming using Java

  • CS410 - Introduction to Scientific Programming


  • Patent US7444263 - Performance metric collection and automated analysis

  • Several Scientific Achievement Awards at Rome Laboratory

  • Civilian of the Quarter at Rome Laboratory


  • "C3I Graphical Applications", Speaker at Advisory Group for Aerospace Research & Development (AGARD) Machine Intelligence for Aerospace Electronic Systems, Lisbon, Portugal 9/91
  • "Analysis of Improved Many On Many (IMOM)", internal technical publication, 90


  • M.S. Rochester Institute of Technology, 1990

  • B.S. Utica College of Syracuse University, 1987