Skip to Local Navigation
Skip to Content
California State University, Long Beach
 

Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)

picture of faculty member Mehrdad Aliasgari

Dr. Mehrdad Aliasgari

Professor

Spring 2014 Schedule

Schedule Sem/Lab Time Days Room
CECS 478-01 SEM 7:00-7:50PM TuTh ECS-308
CECS 478-02 LAB 8:00-9:15PM TuTh ECS-403
CECS 478-03 SEM 12:30-1:20PM TuTh VEC-418
CECS 478-04 LAB 1:30-2:45PM TuTh ECS-404
CECS 578-01 SEM 7:00-7:50PM TuTh ECS-308
CECS 578-02 LAB 8:00-9:15PM TuTh ECS-403
CECS 578-03 SEM 12:30-1:20PM TuTh VEC-418
CECS 578-04 LAB 1:30-2:45PM TuTh ECS-404

Profile:

Dr. Mehrdad Aliasgari joined the faculty of the Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department in 2013, after completing his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Notre Dame. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology and his M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Notre Dame.

Aliasgari's research area is mainly computer security and applied cryptography. Particularly he focuses on privacy-preserving computation and outsourcing, verifiable and secure outsourcing and storage of data, private biometric and genomic computation and cloud security. His dissertation was entitled "Secure Computation and Outsourcing of Biometric Data". He developed the first efficient solution on secure multiparty floating point computation which has numerous applications in the field of secure computation and outsourcing. He teaches computer security and cryptography courses at California State University, Long Beach.

Back to top