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The School of Engineering is delighted to introduce four new faculty members joining our community of scholars this year. They bring a passion for teaching and provide a depth of experience in their research that will captivate our students and enhance our program.

The School of Engineering is delighted to introduce four new faculty members joining our community of scholars this year. They bring a passion for teaching and provide a depth of experience in their research that will captivate our students and enhance our program.

Sean Choi, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

Sean Choi, Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy, 2019, Stanford University, Stanford, California

Sean’s main research focus is on building systems that reap the benefits of domain specific architectures to improve cloud computing. His educational goal is to empower students with enjoyable, tangible and technical advanced computational and algorithmic tools that they can use to solve life’s problems of all sizes.

 

Sharon Hsiao, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

Sharon I-Han Hsiao, Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy, 2012, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sharon’s research is in information visualization, computational technologies, and the design of educational technology. As a teacher scholar, her courses are predominantly project-based and amplify the emphasis on multidisciplinary topics with hands-on experiential learning activities.

 

Maria Kyrarini

Maria Kyrarini, Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy, 2019, University of Bremen, Germany

Maria’s research interests lie at the intersection of robotics, machine learning, data analysis, and multisensory systems. As an educator, she aims to teach students how to think critically and “outside‐of‐the‐box."

 

Hoeseok Yang

Hoeseok Yang, Associate Professor 

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy, 2010, Seoul National University, South Korea

Hoeseok’s research interests are in multi-core embedded systems, embedded machine learning, parallel programming models, and application domains. In developing his teaching philosophy, he has come to believe that it is most important to motivate students, and to let students know what they are learning and why it is important.

 

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