Dr. Tulin Mangir
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Schedule updated: JANUARY 28, 2016
Dr. Mangir received her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science/ Computer Engineering with minors in Digital Signal Processing and Microelectronics from UCLA in 1981. She also holds Industrial Certificates in Systems Engineering and MBA.
Dr. Mangir's current research interests are High Speed Networks, Wireless and Sensor Networks, Dependable and Secure Communication/Computer Networks, Dependable Infrastructure Development, Virtual Organizations, and Nano Technology. Dr. Mangir has more than 25 years Academic and Industrial experience. She has built many programs, departments and business units from scratch. Academic programs, she has developed with NSF (National Science Foundation) support, have been used as model programs by NSF and other academic institutions.
She is a Boeing Faculty Fellow, and Distinguished Visitor for the IEEE Computer Society, and Distinguished Lecturer for IEEE LEOS and Communication Society. In 2005 she received Outstanding Engineering Educator award from Northrop Grumman.
Dr. Mangir has also been recognized by many civic and professional groups for her contributions to science education, community programs, and leadership in strategic planning.