I am a lecturer lecturer at the Information Technology and Web Science Program at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. I am teaching the following classes:
Before joining RPI as a lecturer, I worked at the WVU LaunchLab as the CodeLab instructor where I taught the Android mobile app development class to novice programmers.
Here are some of the news articles related to my teaching and research:
I have contributed to MIT App Inventor through Google Summer of Code (GSoC), in integrating Internet of Things through these two projects:
I have publisehd both journal and conference papers based on the research projects that I worked on.
I enjoy teaching. Currently, I teach data-intensive courses such as Data Science, Data Analytics, and Informatics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Before joining RPI, I had many opportunities to teach at WVU, where I taught Introduction to Engineering courses and Mobile App development courses and tutoring math, physics, and MatLab learning sessions at Engineering Learning Center at WVU. Also, I was the Java, C++, and android programming instructor at WVU Launch Lab.
Click on the images below to learn more about courses that I teach at RPI (Data Science, Data Analytics and Informatics) and see some of the sample lessons I have conducted for Mathematics and Mobile App Development using MIT App Inventor at WVU and other general teaching-related tutorials.
Teaching Data Science, Data Analytics & Informatics courses at RPI and instructing students groups at WVU CodeLabs on hands-on experiance on learning the IoT fundamentals and programming concepts.