Azam Beg

I received a PhD degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering from Mississippi State University, MS, USA. I have diverse industrial, research, and academic experience in the fields of computer systems, control systems, integrated circuits, circuit design and testing, and applied machine learning.

I worked as a test/product engineer and as a team lead at Motion Control Engineering, Rancho Cordova, CA, USA. Then I joined Intel Corporation, Folsom, CA, USA, as a Flash Memory Test Engineer. Afterwards, I moved to the company’s Microprocessor Division. There I first worked as a Pre-Silicon Architecture Validation Engineer and then as a Microprocessor Design Engineer. In 2005, I joined the College of Information Technology, United Arab Emirates University (UAEU), Al-Ain, UAE. I am currently an Associate Professor in the Computer & Network Engineering department at the UAEU.

I am the author and co-author of more than 100 journal and conference papers, and book chapters. I hold four patents (one from UK Intellectual Property Office and three from the US Patent Office). My research interests include design and modeling of low-energy/low-power and reliable digital circuits, applied machine learning techniques and their hardware implementation, and academic assessment tools and methods.

My Google Scholar page is here.