Teaching

I have taught several courses in various areas at the University of Pittsburgh.  Links to the website for courses that I have taught are listed below:
 

Fall 2017 (Currently)

·         IS-2620: Developing Secure Systems (THURS, 12:00 – 2:50PM, 406 IS)

·         IS-1074: Computer Security (MON, 3:00 – 5:30PM, 405 IS)

Fall 2016

·         IS-2150/TEL2810: Information Security and Privacy

Spring 2016

·         IS-2150/TEL2810: Information Security and Privacy

Fall 2015

·         IS-2150/TEL2810: Information Security and Privacy

·         IS 3350 Doctoral Seminar

Spring 2015

·         IS-2150/TEL2810: Information Security and Privacy

·         IS2621 / TEL2813 Security Management

Fall 2014

·         IS-2620: Developing Secure Systems

Spring 2014

·         IS2621 / TEL2813 Security Management

Fall 2013

·         IS-2150/TEL2810: Information Security and Privacy

Spring 2013

Fall 2012

  • IS Capstone Course [No Website] -- student needs to meet me individually

Spring 2011

Fall 2011

Spring 2011

Fall 2010

Fall 2009

 

Spring 2009

 

Spring 2007

 

Fall 2007

 

Spring 2007

 

Fall 2006

 

Spring 2006

 

Fall 2005

 

Spring 2005

 

Fall 2004

 

Summer 2004

 

Spring 2004

 

Fall 2003

 

 

KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY, Nepal (1993-96)

I worked as a lecturer in KU for three years. I am the first faculty in the first computer science and engineering department in Nepal and I designed the first CSE undergraduate curriculum for Nepal (in 1993-94). Here is the summary of my activities  there:

  • Designed and taught several courses for the first time at KU (Computer Foundation Course;  Introduction to Structured Programming; Data Structures and Algorithms, Communications and Networking, Hardware and System Maintenance, and Software Lab)
  • Managed the procurement, setting-up and maintenance of KU’s computer centers in the schools of Engineering and Management