Hossein Kashani has more than 30 years of academic and industry experience. The main scope of his work has been in system design and development. His focus is pervasive computing with an emphasis on integration of computer graphics and image processing. In recent interdisciplinary projects at New York Tech, he has collaborated with members of faculty at the School of Health Professions, and the College of Arts and Sciences.

Hossein's educational background covers a wide range of studies that includes graduate degrees in quantum electronics, applied physics, and computer science.

Recent Projects & Research

  • Designed and Developed Augmented Reality Applications for Motorola Golden-I Wearable Computer Device
  • Text Message-Based Carpool Portal for New York Tech Community (IRSC grant)
  • Cross-Disciplinary Development Learning Application Based on Virtual Ecosystems of Endangered Species (IRSC grant)
  • Web-Based Nutrition Education for Allied Health Students (Allen Foundation grant)
  • Using Avatar Applications and Virtual Reality to Empower K-12 Students' Problem Solving

Publications & Presentations

  • "Third Eye: WiFi Voice and Head Gesture Controlled Devices," the 35th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, Newark N.J., May 2012
  • "Two-Dimensional Bar-code Decoding with Camera-Equipped Mobile Phones," presented at IEEE PerCom Conference, White Plains, N.Y., 2007.
  • New York Tech iOS app in Apple App Store (interactive map section)
  • Enhanced External Counter Pulsation iOS app at Apple App Store

Honors & Awards

  • Provost Certificate of Recognition for Representing at New York Tech, Motorola Golden-I Conference, 2012

Courses Taught at New York Tech

  • Web-Based Multimedia Development
  • Digital Electronics

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