|Email: ouldooz [at] sfu [dot] ca
Office: SFU Surrey, SRYE 5103
Tell: 778.782.7585, Cell: 604.345.8442
I am a data and networks specialist with experiences in university-level teaching, software and systems engineering, and starting Novel Design and WiFier Network. Currently, I am a Lecturer and Chair of Diversity Committee at School of Computing Science, SFU. Prior to joining SFU as a Lecturer, I was in the Solution Integration team (SE&I) at Ciena, serving as prime on service virtualization switch (DNFVI, NFVO, disaggregation, and VNF solutions).
I received my PhD in Computer Science from SFU, advised by professor Jiangchuan Liu. During my PhD studies I engaged in research collaborations with professor Jennifer Rexford (Princeton), professor Zongpeng Li (Calgary), and Chonggang Wang (InterDigital Communications). I also spent some time as an exchange researcher in Hong Kong PolyTechnic with professor Dan Wang.
I play violin. I hike and snowboard. I love reading, poems and literature, home renovation projects, watching live performances and movies, travelling, and expressing myself with making and enhancing.
August 2020: I am attending Making Her Future as a mentor.
August 2020: I am attending AI4Youth Annual Conference as a Panelist.
July 2020: I am co-directing Invent the Future 2020 (AI4ALL SFU).
January 2020: I am teaching Web Systems Architecture.
January 2020: I am teaching Database Systems I.
September 2019: I am teaching Data Communications and Networks.
September 2019: I am teaching Networking II.
July 2019: I am co-directing Invent the Future 2019 (AI4ALL SFU).
June 2019: I started serving as Chair, CS Diversity Committee, SFU.
March 2019: I served as a volunteer Judge at Opportunity Fest, Beedie School of Business.
March 2019: I started as a lecturer at School of Computing Science, SFU.