"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler."
-- Einstein (attributed).
Clinical Assistant Professor
Computer Science Department,
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences,
New York University
Warren Weaver Hall, Room 423
251 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012
(212) 998 3146
I am a Clinical Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Courant Institute of Mathematical
Sciences at New York University.
I teach several undergraduate classes in the department (see the Teaching link
for more details).
My current reasearch interest include: 1) teaching open source priciples at all levels of
computer science undergraduate curriculum, 2) involving students in humanitarian free open source software,
3) computer science pedagody.
I defended my doctoral thesis titled Theoretical Methods for Blur-Correction in Electron and Soft X-ray Microscopy
in 2013. My PhD adviser was Dr. Gabor T. Herman.
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, CIMS, NYU, Sept. 2014 - present
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, CIMS, NYU, Sept. 2013 - May 2014
- Visiting Scholar, Discrete Imaging and Graphics Group Computer Science Department, The Graduate Center, CUNY,
October 2013 - present
- Research Assistant,Discrete Imaging and Graphics Group, Computer Science Department, The Graduate Center, CUNY,
adviser: Dr. Gabor T. Herman, 2007 - 2013
- Adjunct Lecturer, Computer Science Department, Hunter College, CUNY, 2005-2006 and 2009-2011,
- Reviewer of conference papers, presentation proposals and panel proposals (SIGCSE, GHC).
- Reviewer of several peer-reviewed journal publications, book chapters and books.
- Member of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.
- Presenter at workshops intended for high school students to learn more about computer science.