Assistant Professor, VolgenauCameron Nowzari's research interests are in the broad area of dynamics, controls, and robotics. More specifically, he is interested in the analysis and control of complex distributed and/or networked systems and spreading processes. A good example is to imagine a single human operator trying to control a swarm of 1000 robots. It is impossible for the human to send individual commands to each robot, but rather the human should send a high level command to the entire swarm.
Director, Computer Forensics, Volgenau Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauRobert Osgood (Bob), and engineer/C.P.A., is a 26 year veteran FBI Computer Forensics Examiner and Technically Trained Special Agent. His specialties include: digital forensics, data intercept, cyber-crime, enterprise criminal organizations, espionage, and counter-terrorism. In the course of his work, he has performed digital forensics research and development and created unique new software tools for computer forensic law enforcement. He has also been employed as Project Director for ManTech International Corp. working in the Computer Forensic Intrusion Analysis Division.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauPeter Pachowicz joined George Mason in 1989 as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and was also a faculty member of the Department of Systems Engineering. He currently holds the rank of Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His early interests and expertise include knowledge-based systems, knowledge acquisition, intelligent systems engineering, automatic target recognition, machine vision/perception, machine learning, self-adaptive systems, data/decision/algorithm fusion, and integration of AI and ML within engineering systems.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauBernd-Peter Paris is currently the Director of the MS in Telecommunications program at George Mason University. His prior experience includes working with the Public Switching Division at Siemens in Munich, Germany. Paris is engaged in research in the areas of communication systems, with emphasis on mobile, wireless communication networks, and information theory.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Volgenau
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
University Affiliate Faculty, Bioengineering
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering,…Nathalia was a technician in electronics and robotics before she decided to go to college. After attending universities in Brazil (Unicamp and USP) and Germany (Stuttgart and Bonn), she was a researcher at Stanford. She still likes to travel and her group collaborates with universities in Israel, Ireland, Peru, and Korea.
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Volgenau Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer EngineeringSai Manoj Pudukotai Dinakarrao, an assistant professor in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a B.Tech degree in electronics and communication engineering from the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur, India, in 2010; a M.Tech in information technology with a specialization in networking and communication from International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India, in 2012; and PhD degree in electrical engineering from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2015.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauAvesta Sasan received his BS in computer engineering from the University of California Irvine in 2005. He then received his MS and PhD in electrical and computer engineering from the University of California Irvine in 2006 and 2010 respectively. In 2010, Sasan joined the office of the chief technology officer at Broadcom Co. He worked on the physical design and implementation of ARM processors, serving as a physical designer, timing sign off specialist, and the lead of signal and power integrity sign off in this team. In 2014, Sasan was recruited by Qualcomm’s office of VLSI technology.
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauZhi Tian is a recognized expert in the fields of statistical signal processing, wireless communications, and machine learning. Specific areas of expertise have included detection and estimation theory, compressed sensing, decentralized network optimization and learning, statistical inference of network data, cognitive radio networks, MIMO systems, array processing, multi-target tracking, data fusion and Bayesian inference. Currently she conducts active research on both massive MIMO for 5G wireless networks and data science.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauKathleen Wage’s research is a multi-disciplinary synthesis of array processing, acoustics, and oceanography. Her current work applies random matrix theory to problems in sonar signal processing and underwater acoustic propagation. Other recent projects explored the design of sparse arrays for underwater environments and investigated ambient noise in the deep ocean. Much of Dr. Wage's research incorporates real data from ocean experiments. During her career she has spent over 100 days on research ships in the North Pacific and Philippine Sea.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, VolgenauKai Zeng is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Volgenau School of Engineering. He is also affiliated with the Department of Computer Science and Cyber Security Engineering. Prior to coming to Mason, he was a faculty member in the Department of Computer and Information Science at University of Michigan - Dearborn and a postdoctoral scholar in the Computer Science Department at University of California, Davis (UCD).