Faculty

Dr. Huiping Guo

Dr. Guo is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Cal State LA where she conducts research and teaches. Her research interest includes information security, multimedia communications and databases.  She has published about 20 papers in prestigious journals and conferences which lead to two U.S. patents. Dr. Guo is very active in her research fields and has been invited to review papers for more than 20 journals and conferences.  Dr. Guo developed three undergraduate and two graduate courses on information security and networks. Since she joined Cal State LA in 2005, she has taught more than 10 different courses and supervised 7 graduate students.

Office: E&T A325
Phone: 323-343-6673
Web Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/hpguo/
Email: hpguo@exchange.calstatela.edu

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Dr. Jane Dong

Dr. Jianyu Dong is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at CSULA. She is an active researcher in the fields of computer networks, image/video compression and transmission, and Multimedia protocols. She has been worked on research projects sponsored by NASA and NSF. In addition to the technical expertise, she has strong interest in the development & research of engineering education. As a recipient of HP Teaching Initiate Award, HP Leadership Award and HP Innovation in Education Grant, she developed a novel collaborative project-based learning model with her colleagues to enhance students’ design ability using mobile technology.

Office: E&T A304
Phone: (323) 343-4581
Fax: (323) 343-4575
Web Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/jdong2/
Email: jdong2@calstatela.edu

Faculty

Dr. Nancy Warter

Dr. Nancy Warter-Perez is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at CSULA.  She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in computer engineering.  She also team teaches a course in bioinformatics.  Her research interests include computer architecture, high-performance processors, compilers, embedded systems, and bioinformatics.  Dr. Warter-Perez is a co-director of the NSF/NIH Southern California Bioinformatics Summer Institute (SoCalBSI) where she teaches Python programming for developing bioinformatics tools.  Dr. Warter-Perez is involved in developing active-learning teaching methodologies that integrate project-based learning into the classroom using Tablet PCs.  She is co-director of the HP Technology for Teaching Leadership project at CSULA.

Office: E&T A305
Phone: (323) 3435927
Web Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/nwarter/nwareter.htm
Email: nwarter@calstatela.edu

Faculty

Dr. Debbie Won

Dr. Won joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department as an Assistant Professor in Januray 2009. Her specialization is in biomedical engineering, and she has launched new courses in biomedical engineering. She also enjoy teaching a variety of courses ranging from electronics to signal processing. She is using the Tablet PC to make classroom dynamics more interactive in the Biomedical Instrumentation course.  She also oversees a research project to develop Tablet PC-based tasks for assessing Parkinsonian tremor and bradykinesia.

Office: E&T A216
Phone: 323-343-5908
Web Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/dwon/
Email: dwon@calstatela.edu

Faculty

Dr. Jiang Guo

 

Dr. Jiang Guo is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at California State University Los Angeles. His research areas include software engineering, software reengineering, web-based systems and software system interoperability. Dr. Guo was awarded outstanding professor commendations in 2010 in the College of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology of California State University Los Angeles. He also was NASA ESMD Fellow in 2009.

 

 

Office: E&T A315
Phone: (323) 343-6674
Web Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/jguo
Email: jguo@calstatela.edu

Faculty

Dr. Mauricio Castillo

 

Dr. Mauricio Castillo received his Ph.D. program at Colorado State University in Fort Collins where his dissertation topic was to develop an assessment tools for evaluating the effectiveness of technology programs in East Los Angeles Area.  He is interested in assessing the impact of technology education on the learning of students in diverse school settings.  He is working to promote the importance of teacher preparation and training in the area of technology education so that teachers are better equipped to teach and integrate these new ideas in their everyday teaching efforts.

 

Office: E&T A339
Email: mcastil2@calstatela.edu

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