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Teaching at WVU

Thirimachos Bourlai

My teaching experience includes teaching assistantships, lab organizer/demonstrator and teaching instructor at the University of Surrey, University of Houston, and West Virginia University. I have taught graduate and undergraduate Computer Science courses, such as Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning, Electronics, Ubiquitous Computing, and Biometrics. At WVU I have also developed a new Computer Science course, in the area of "Human Computer Interaction”, offered at both undergraduate and post-graduate level, and a new Chemical and Biomedical Engineering course, i.e. Biomedical Imaging offered to undergraduate students.

Here is a list of the courses I taught here at WVU since 2009:

- Human Computer Interaction and Programming [LCSEE 500 and 400 Level Course. Offered at both Graduate and Undergraduate Students] - 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010

- CS677 - Pattern Recognition (LCSEE - Core Course, Graduate) - 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012

- Computer Systems Security (LCSEE - 500 Level Graduate Course) - 2011

- BMEG 310 - Biomedical Imaging (ChemEng. Department, Offered to Undergraduate Students)

- BMEG 393A - Biomedical Imaging Labs, part of the Biomedical Engineering Course (ChemEng. Department, Offered to Undergraduate Students)


Current Courses

Spring 2016
· CS 677 - Pattern Recognition



Previous Courses

Fall 2015

· BMEG 310 - Biomedical Imaging
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BMEG 393A - Biomedical Imaging Labs
· Human Computer Interaction