Student Advising, Mentoring, Training, and Outreach Activities
I enjoy research and teaching immensely and had the privilege of working with bright and enthusiastic minds with diverse backgrounds and origins. Currently, in Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab (CSL), I work with the following postdoctoral researchers, graduate, and undergraduate students. If you are interested in working with me, please send me an email.
- Dr. Hidayet Aksu (Fall 2015 - Present)
- Nadezhda Bzhilyanskaya (Summer 2017 - NSF REU Project)
- Genevieve Napper (Summer 2017 - NSF REU Project)
- David Gabay (Summer 2017 - NSF REU Project)
- Francesca Callejas (Summer 2017 - Summer Intern)
- Kyle Denney (Summer 2015, Summer 2016 - NSF REU Project)
- Vickie Christie Victor (Summer 2016 - NSF REU Project)
- Eric Stutzman (Summer 2016 - NSF REU Project)
- Danielle Kritz (Summer 2016 - NSF REU Project)
- Ben Graham (Summer 2016 - NSF REU Project)
- Robert W. Breckenridge (Summer 2015 - NSF REU Project)
- Michael Cash (Summer 2015 - FIU McNair Program)
- Saurav Das (Summer 2015 - NSF REU Project)
High School Students
- Anurag Akkiraju (Summer 2017 - Summer Intern)
In the past, I trained, supervised, and tutored many students as a member of the Communications Systems Center and Communications Assurance and Performance Group in the School of ECE at Georgia Institute of Technology (Fall 2011-Spring 2013).
I also was affiliated with the the Opportunity Research Scholar(ORS) Program in the School of ECE at Georgia Institute of Technology, where I worked with many undergraduates in that program.
Outreach and community service
Volunteer Judge in the South Florida Region Finals of Future City Competition: I served as a judge in the South Florida Region Finals of the Future City Competition, a national engineering competition, among the middle schools, where middle school students in South the state of FL competed against each other with their future city designs (Spring 2015).
Volunteer Referee in Georgia’s First Lego League 2007 Competitions: Refereed in the FIRST Lego League Robotic competitions, where elementary and secondary school children in the state of Georgia competed against each other with their robots over certain missions (Spring 2008).
Tutor for Computer Engineering/Science Undergraduate Students: Tutored/helped undergraduate students in the Office of Minority Education Department(OMED) at Georgia Institute of Technology in the following courses: ECE 2030 Intro to Computer Engineering, ECE 3055 Computer Architecture and Operating Systems, ECE 3076 Computer Communications, CS 2130 Languages & Translation (Spring 2006).