Mobile and pervasive health technologies; Computer science education; Impact of active learning pedagogy in undergraduate CS courses; Factors for success in CS1; Effectiveness of online and inverted classrooms; and Broadening participation of women and underrepresented students in CS.
My research spans the domains of mobile healthcare, healthcare data analytics, and pervasive health technologies. Broadly, my research focuses on integrating mobile and pervasive technologies in health and wellness environments to improve users’ quality of life, mental and physical wellbeing. My research also expands in the direction of mobile security, information and communication technology for development (ICT4D), CS education, K-12 instructions and outreach, broadening participation in computing, best practices in undergraduate research, and how different pedagogical practices can increase diversity in CS.
I am actively recruiting stduents, both at undergrad and grad level to work on different research projects. If you are interested to work with me or take an independent study course, please send me an email or stop by my office hour. My schedule fills up 2 weeks in advance (3-4 weeks towards the end of the semester), so please plan accordingly and for faster response use email to communicate with me.
Every semester, I am looking for potential students interested to serve as a paid learning assistant for the courses I am teaching. If you are interested to work with me as an LA, please fill this form. If you want to know more about LA program at FIU, please visit this page.
Please visit my DBLP for more recent publication list
ACM SIGCSE 2014-2018, IEEE FIE 2018, IEEE COMPSAC 2013-2018, IEEE NSysS 2014-2018, IEEE DependSys 2015-2018, IEEE DCAS 2016-2017, IEEE STPSA 2014-2016, ACM RACS 2013- 2014, IEEE SocialCom 2015, Women in Cyber Security Conference (WiCyS) 2017, Grace Hopper Celebration 2014-2018
IEEE PerIoT 2017–2019 co-located with IEEE PerCom, IEEE ID&IS4TS 2018 co-located with IEEE ITSC, IEEE eIoT 2016–2017 and IEEE STPSA 2013-2015 co-located with IEEE COMPSAC
Faculty Track of Grace Hopper Celebration 2018-2019, ACM-W Capital Area Celebration of Women in Computing (CAPWIC) 2015-2017
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