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Faculty & Staff

Golam Mushih Tanimul Ahsan

Golam Mushih Tanimul Ahsan

Assistant Professor
ES 109D

Dr. Ahsan is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UW-Green Bay. He finished his Ph.D. in Computational Sciences at Marquette University. He had his M.S. from Marquette University as well. He has a B.Sc. (Engineering) in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).
 
His research focuses on developing affordable and... Read more »

Iftekhar Anam

Iftekhar Anam

Assistant Professor
ES 109C

Iftekhar Anam is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UW-Green Bay. Before joining UW-Green Bay, he worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Intelligent Systems (IIS), University of Memphis.
 
He finished his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from the University of Memphis at Memphis, TN. He also has an M. Sc. from the University of Memphis and a B.Sc.... Read more »

Nazim Choudhury

Nazim Choudhury

Assistant Professor
ES 109H

Dr. Nazim Choudhury is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at UW-Green Bay. Before joining UWGB, he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in the dept. of computer science & engineering at the University of South Florida (USF). As a member of distributed systems group (DSG) at USF he worked on the DARPA funded “SocialSim” project where he was engaged in develop innovative... Read more »

Md Maruf Hossain

Md Maruf Hossain

Associate Professor
ES 307F

Research Interests

  • Electrical Power Systems
  • Solar and Wind Energy Systems
  • Renewable Energy Integration with the Power Grid
  • Power System Stability and Power Quality
  • FACTS Devices
  • Smart Grid and Micro Grid Technology


Education

Ph.D., Electrical... Read more »

Mai Moua

Mai Moua

Lecturer
ES 109A

Mai Moua is a Computer Science Lecturer at UW-Green Bay. She earned her B.S. in Computer Science from UW-Parkside and her M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Arizona. 

Michael Zorn

Michael Zorn

Associate Dean and Professor
ES 317D

Research Interests

Use and improvement of commercial in situ chemical sensors (phosphate, nitrate, dissolved oxygen, etc.) for environmental monitoring. Development of new chemical sensor technologies (smartphone-integrated and/or microcontroller-based devices, microglow discharge instruments, magnetoelastic resonance sensors, etc.). Utilization of... Read more »