- PhD (2019) University of North Texas (Computer Science and Engineering)
I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of North Texas in December, 2019. I then worked as an assistant professor at Eastern New Mexico University for three and half years. My teaching areas include computer organization and architecture, data structure and algorithms, digital circuits and systems, reconfigurable logic, and embedded systems. My research expertise is embedded systems, Internet of Things, machine learning, VLSI, and smart healthcare. I am the recipient of the 2018 IEEE Metrocon best poster award. I am a technical program committee member of the IEEE International Symposium on smart Electronic Systems, the International Internet of Things Conference, and the International Conference on Information Technology. My office is located at Burchard 307B.