Ani Nahapetian, Ph.D.
Ani Nahapetian is an Assistant Professor with the CSUN Computer Science Department. She is currently serving as the Department's Graduate Coordinator and is a co-Director of the CSUN Graphics and Mobile Computing (GMC) Lab. She received her Ph.D. and her M.S. in Computer Science and her B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from UCLA. She has been affiliated faculty with the UCLA Wireless Health Institute and a visiting researcher at the Micrel Lab at the University of Bologna. She is currently an Associate Editor with the ACM Wireless Networks journal, and has served on numerous technical program and organizing committees in her field. She has over 45 peer-reviewed publications, a DAC best paper nomination, and a MobiCASE Best Paper award. Her research interests include hardware security, mobile and wireless health systems, and algorithm design for embedded systems.
Fall 2014: Comp 595MC/L Mobile Computing
Associate Editor - ACM/Springer Wireless Networks, 2011-present,
Research Group: (If you are a current student interested in doing research, send me an email.)
Erik Chang (M.S. Student) - Sound Monitoring in Mobile Systems
Alumni:Antonio Grass - EEG Signal Processing (Visiting Student Researcher 2014, now at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)
Shant Mandossian - YouSpeak: Classroom Interaction System (B.S. in Computer Science, ELA Scholar 2012-2013, now at Red SchoolHouse Software)
Matthew Hamersky - GeoLit: Text Analysis and Visualization Software (Undergraduate Student Researcher 2012-2013)
Vinh Tran - Remote Coach: Mobile Health Monitoring System Development (M.S. in Computer Science, Fall 2012, now at Medtronic)
Davit Stepanyan - There Is No Ball: Smart Phone Enabled Paddle Board (M.S. in Software Engineering, Fall 2012, now at JPL)
SiewDon Sia - Algorithms for Energy Harvesting Systems (M.S. in Computer Science, Spring 2012)
Released Software:YouSpeak: Mobile and web-based classroom interaction system, link
GeoLit: Mapping literary references in medieval literature, link