My research in medical Image analysis to diagnose breast, brain, and skin cancer diseases is an indication of my passion for applying my knowledge to real-world problems. As an instructor, I would like to foster the same passion to my students. That is the reason why I prefer project-driven rather than content-driven teaching. I firmly believe that project-based teaching helps me integrate theoretical concepts of computing with the application of those concepts to engaging and challenging real-time problems. Emphasizing what is being learned over what is being taught also helps my students understand the patterns of computer science in the real world.
In this page I have displayed some of the research projects done by my students as part of their courses