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Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)

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Dr. Shadnaz Asgari

Associate Professor

Fall 2017 Schedule

Schedule Sem/Lab Time Days Room
CECS 228-11 SEM 11-11:50AM TuTh VEC-518
CECS 228-12 LAB 12-1:15PM TuTh ECS-413
CECS 228-09 SEM 7:30-8:20PM TuTh SPA-108
CECS 228-10 LAB 8:30-9:45PM TuTh ECS-413
CECS 328-01 SEM 5-5:50PM TuTh VEC-331
CECS 328-02 LAB 6-7:15PM TuTh ECS-404

Schedule updated: SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

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Dr. Shadnaz Asgari holds a joint appointment in Long Beach State University's Biomedical Engineering and Computer Engineering & Computer Science departments. After earning her Ph.D. in electrical engineering from UCLA in 2008, she completed two years of postdoctoral training at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine then worked as a research faculty conducting multidisciplinary brain research in the UCLA Neurosurgery Department. She joined Long Beach State in Fall 2012, and was a Visiting Professor at University of Cambridge's Brain Physics Lab in Spring 2017.

Her research is at the intersection of electrical engineering, computer science, and medicine. She employs computational and mathematical modeling tools, advanced signal processing algorithms, and artificial intelligence techniques to deliver practical solutions for various biomedical applications. Currently, her research is in the area of computational physiology with the involvement of Long Beach State undergraduate, master's, and Ph.D. students.

Dr. Asgari is the recipient of the 2010 Best Poster Award at the International Conference on Intracranial Pressure and Brain Monitoring, a 2011 UCLA Brain Injury Research Center Young Investigator Award, and a 2015 Long Beach State Early Academic Career Excellence Award. In 2016, she was inducted into the Long Beach State National Academy of Inventors chapter. Her research has resulted in publication of more than 60 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers.

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