Teaching

Undergraduate Teaching

  • Present1995

    Modern Control Theory

    Control theory is defined as engineering processes and control of continuous dynamic systems in machines. This dynamic systems can be expressed as model production in order to optimally control a control action, without delay or overshoot, and they are responsible to ensure control stability.

  • Present1995

    Computer Programming I and II

  • Present1995

    Electrical Circuits

  • Present1995

    Discrete Mathematics

  • Present2003

    Introduction to Information Security

  • Present1995

    Introduction to Computer Engineering

  • Present1995

    Software Engineering

  • Present1995

    Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Graduate Teaching

  • Present1995

    Artificial Neural Networks I

  • Present2003

    Information and Computer Security

  • Present2010

    Machine Learning in Information Security Applications

  • Present2010

    Research Techniques and Ethics

Teaching History

  • Present1995

    Modern Control Theory

  • Present1995

    Computer Programming I