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    Kiran George
    Associate Professor, Computer Engineering Program
    Room: E-213
    Phone: (657) 278-2640
    Email: kgeorge@fullerton.edu

     

     

    Dr. George received his Ph.D. degree from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.  His research interests include low-cost human-machine interfaces, assistive robotics, high performance computing, intelligent systems, verification and testing of VLSI circuits and systems, VLSI and FPGA implementation for advanced signal processing and communication algorithms for digital wideband receivers, and biologically-inspired electronics and designs.   Dr. George serves as an academic advisor for computer engineering students and has supervised undergraduates and graduates on several student projects, including students from Cypress College as part of the STEM grant summer research program.  As the IEEE Computer Society Student Chapter advisor, Dr. George has coordinated several synergistic activities.  He brings several years of research and teaching in engineering disciplines, deep knowledge and a keen understanding of the local high tech industry, and is committed to recruit more women and minorities to the College.  Dr. George is also the author or co-author of a number of peer-reviewed technical articles and reports.  He recipient of several intramural and extramural grants and awards for scholarly activities including the 2012 NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award.  Dr. George is also the sole PI of four sponsored research projects from the NSF and US Army Research Labs with a total external funding of over $750,000.  He is the PI and program director for the ECS Academic Catalyst for Excellence (ACE) program, a $600,000 NSF funded program at CSUF that targets academically promising but economically disadvantaged students with emphasis on first generation college students and underrepresented students.

     

     

Current Projects

Student Research

ECS ACE Program

4 Yr BS-MS Degree

Classroom Tech.

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