Tulay AdaliPh.D., North Carolina State, 1992. Machine learning, statistical signal processing, applications in data fusion and medical image analysis.
Nilanjan BanerjeePh.D., University of Massachusetts, 2009. Embedded and distributed systems for mobile, pervasive and sustainability based computing: renewable energy driven mobile and sensor systems and health diagnostic systems; mobile system usability; mobile networking; experimental mobile testbed design.
Adam BargteilPh.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2006. Computer graphics and animation; scientific computing; visualization.
Justin BrooksPh.D. in Neuroscience, Washington University in St. Louis, 2012. Computational psychophysiology, Algorithm development, Wearable devices, and Human-System Interaction.
Gary M. CarterPh.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1975. Photonics, Nonlinear Optics, Optical Communications, Sensors.
Chein-I ChangPh.D., University of Maryland, College Park, 1986. Information theory and coding; signal detection and estimation; remote sensing image processing.
Richard ChangPh.D., Cornell University, 1991. Computational complexity theory; structural complexity; analysis of algorithms.
Fow-Sen ChoaPh.D., SUNY Buffalo, 1988. Brain circuits, neural modulation and monitoring, Nano-technologies and photonics.
Sanorita DeyPh.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, August 2020. Human-computer interaction, social and crowd computing, and socio-technical and interactive system design.
Don EngelPh.D. and Medical Physics Resident, Johns Hopkins University, 2010. Scientific computing, artificial intelligence, visualization, computer vision.
Frank FerraroPh.D. Johns Hopkins University, 2017. Natural language processing; machine learning; artificial intelligence.
Timothy FininPh.D., Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1980. Artificial intelligence, knowledge representation and reasoning, and natural language understanding with applications to security, social media, and mobile computing.
Manas GaurPh.D., The University of South Carolina. Knowledge graphs, artificial intelligence, and natural language processing methods for knowledge-intensive language understanding applications such as conversational AI, summarization, and recommender systems.
Riadul IslamPh.D., Computer Engineering, UCSC, 2017. VLSI Design & Automation.
Anthony JohnsonPh.D., City College of New York, 1981. ultrafast photophysics and nonlinear optical properties of bulk, nanostructured, and quantum well semiconductor structures, ultrashort pulse propagation in fibers and high-speed lightwave systems.
Anupam JoshiPh.D., Purdue University, 1993. Distributed/networked and mobile computing; AI/ML (Knowledge graphs, machine/deep learning); Security and Privacy; Text Analysis/NLP/IR.
Konstantinos KalpakisPh.D., University of Maryland Graduate School, Baltimore, 1994. Machine learning methods for time series events and Rare events, multi linear data analysis methods.
Naghmeh KarimiPh.D., University of Tehran 2010. Hardware Security & Design-for-Trust, Fault Tolerance & Design-for-Reliability, Hardware Testing & Design-for-Testability, Hardware Design & Synthesis, VLSI Design.
Seung-Jun KimPh.D., University of California, Santa Barbara, 2005. Statistical Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Optimization, Wireless Networks, Smart Grids, Biomedical/Brain Data Analysis.
Chenchen LiuPh.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2017. High-performance computing, AI, and VLSI.
Samuel LomonacoPh.D., Princeton University, 1964. Quantum computation; algebraic coding theory; cryptography; numerical and symbolic computation.
Cynthia MatuszekPh.D., University of Washington, 2014. Robotics, machine learning, natural language processing, human-robot interaction, and artificial intelligence.
Curtis R. MenyukPh.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1981. Time and frequency measurement and transfer, nonlinear optics, optical fibers, lasers, optical resonators and micro resonators, scientific computing, nonlinear dynamics and solitons.
Tinoosh MohseninPh.D., University of California, Davis, 2010. Algorithms, architectures and VLSI design for high performance and energy-efficient computation that support communication, signal processing and biomedical applications.
Charles NicholasPh.D., Ohio State University, 1988. Data science, cyber security, and document engineering.
Tim OatesPh.D., University of Massachusetts, 2000. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, time series analysis, natural language processing.
Marc OlanoPh.D., University of North Carolina, 1998. Real-time computer graphics and rendering; Shading languages; GPU programming; Game development.
Chintan PatelPh.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2004. VLSI design and testing.
Dmitri PerkinsPh.D., Michigan State University, 2002. Wireless and mobile communications, networking, and computing systems,
Dhananjay PhatakPh.D., University of Massachusetts, 1994. Mobile and high-performance computer networks; computer arithmetic algorithms; VLSI implementations; signal processing; neural networks; digital and analog VLSI design and CAD.
Ryan RobucciPh.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009. Signal processing and communications, VLSI testing.
Alan T. ShermanPh.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1987. Cybersecurity, the security of voting systems, cryptology, cybersecurity education, discrete algorithms.
Deepinder SidhuPh.D., SUNY at Stony Brook, 1979. Computer networks; distributed systems; distributed and heterogeneous databases.
Ergun SimsekPh.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering from Duke University in 2006. Computational photonics; wave propagation and scattering in complex media; nano-photonic and optoelectronic device design; applications of machine learning in electromagnetic inversion and device design.
Ramana VinjamuriPh.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 2008. Brain-computer interfaces, neuroprosthetics and exoskeletons, machine learning, and signal processing.
Rebecca WilliamsPh.D., Engineering Science, Dartmouth University. Immersive media, data visualization, computer vision, computer graphics, brain computer interface, wearable sensor technology, imaging and remote sensing.
Li YanPh.D., University of Maryland, College Park, 1989. Ultrashort pulse solid-state lasers; hybrid lasers; optical communications and networking technologies.
Yaacov YeshaPh.D., Weizmann University, Israel, 1979. Parallel computing; computational complexity; algorithms; source coding; speech and image compression.
Mohamed YounisPh.D., New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1997. Distributed real-time systems; fault tolerant computing; wireless networks; embedded computer systems; compiler-based analysis; operating systems.
Roberto YusPh.D., University of Zaragoza, 2016. Data management; knowledge representation; privacy; Internet of Things
Nick Allgood, LecturerPhD Candidate, UMBC, 2022
Abhijit Dutt, Professor of the PracticePh.D., Management Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013
Jeremy Dixon, Senior Lecturer (CMSC UPD)DSc., Information Technology, Towson University, 2016
Mohammad ‘Khash’ Donyaee, LecturerPh.D., Computer Science, Concordia University, Montreal, 2008
Richard Forno, Principal Lecturer (CYBR GPD & Assistant Director, UMBC Cybersecurity Center)Ph.D., Curtin University of Technology, 2010
Eric Hamilton, LecturerM.S, University of Maryland, College Park, 2009
Prasanna Joeg, Professor of the PracticePh.D., Indiana University Bloomington, 1989
Ben Johnson, LecturerPh.D., Computer Science, UMBC, 2013
Jeannette Kartchner, LecturerM.S, Computer Science, University of Southern California, 1991
E.F. Charles LaBerge, Professor of the Practice (CMPE UPD)Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2002
Maya Larson, Professor of the PracticePh.D., Computer Science, George Washington University, 2013
Christopher Marron, Professor of the PracticePh.D., Mathematics, University of Virginia, 1994
Susan Mitchell, Senior Lecturer (Emeritus)Ph.D., Information Systems, UMBC, 2012
Ben Shariati, Lecturer (Assistant GPD CYBR, Shady Grove)Ph.D., George Washington University, 2016
Gerald S. Tompkins, LecturerM.S. The Johns Hopkins University, 1994. Developed enterprise software, system security testing tools, cyber education for K-12, operating systems, computer security
Muhammad Ali Yousuf, Lecturer and Assistant Director, Graduate Data Science Programs
Ph.D., Physics, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, 1997. Medical Image Processing; Medical Device Design; Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.
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