Computer Systems

Moaath Alrajab

Assistant Professor 10 Months Email Whitman Hall, Room 112

I joined the department of computer systems as an assistant professor from Montclair State University, where I was an assistant professor in the department of computer science. Prior to Montclair, I was a visiting researcher in the department of design and technology at Parsons The New School. My research areas focus on machine vision, image processing, AI, and mobile computing. I have published many peer-reviewed articles. I tought Linux and programming, Mobile Dev, Gaming and others. I earned a B.Eng. in Electronic Eng., a M.Sc. in mobile computing from Bradford University, and a Ph.D. in AI and machine vision from the University of Leeds, UK.


Some of my favorite hobbies include playing soccer, running, playing with electronics, and woodwork.

Courses Taught

BCS 215 UNIX Operating Systems
BCS 230 Foundations of Computer Programming II
BCS 340 Introduction to Algorithms
BCS 345 Java Programming
BCS 421 Android Mobile Application Development
BCS 427 Game Programming

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