Fitratullah   Khan

Professor  

Office: BLHSB 2.716
Phone: (956) 882-7536
Email: fitra.khan@utrgv.edu; http://www.icdis.org/

Dr. Fitra Khan

With Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Masters in Computer Science, the faculty has contributed to the network architecture of the institution and has developed Computer Science courses.

  • Areas of Expertise

    • Computer Architecture
    • Networking
    • Mobile Solar Energy Systems
  • Education

    • MS, Computer Science, University of Kansas, 1991
    • PhD, Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas - Arlington, 1987
    • MS, Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas - Arlington, 1983
    • BS, Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas - Arlington, 1980
  • Currently Teaching

    CMPE 2333 03 - Comp Organ Assmbly Lang:
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    Course Evaluations
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    CSCI 2344 02 - Prog in UNIX/Linux Envr:
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    Course Evaluations
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    CSCI 2333 03 - Computer Org & Assembly Lang:
    Syllabus
    Course Evaluations
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Selected Publications


  • Mahmoud Quweider and Fitratullah Khan. "Visualization as Effective Instructional and Learning Tools in the Computer Science Curriculum," Columbus, Ohio: 217 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, June 2017.

  • Mahmoud Quweider and Fitratullah Khan. "Implementing a Challenge-Based Approach to Teaching Selected Courses in CS and Computational Sciences," New Orleans, Louisiana: ASEE 2016 Annual Conference, June 2016.

  • Mahmoud Quweider, Fitratullah Khan, and Juan Iglesias. "Design and Setup of a Networking and Distributed Processing Lab or Recruiting , Teaching, and Research," Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: ASEE 2008 Annual Conference, June 2008: 13.363.1 - 13.363.18.

  • Fitratullah Khan, Mahmoud Quweider, Juan Iglesias, and Amjad Zaim. "Designing and Implementing a Parallel Computing Curriculum Based on Beowulf Clustering," Chicago, Illinois: ASEE 2006 Annual Conference, June 2006: 11.418.1 - 11.418.10.

  • Fitratullah Khan and Mahmoud Quweider. "Implementation of Beowulf based Curriculum Enrichment Integrated Lab (B-CEIL)," ADMI 2002, Access to Success, Symposium on Computing at Minority Institutions, June 2002.

  • Fitratullah Khan and Alberto Cervantes. "Real Time Object Recognition for Teaching Neural Networks," San Juan, Puerto Rico: Proceedings of the Frontiers In Education (FIE) Conference '99, November 1999.

  • Fitratullah Khan and Sohail Anwar. "Design and Construction of a PC-Based Stack Machine Simulator for Undergraduate Computer Science and Engineering Courses," Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Proceedings of the Frontiers In Education (FIE) Conference '97, 27th Annual Conf, November 1997.

  • Fitratullah Khan. "Lessons Learned from an NSF Pilot Project on Minority Student Retention," Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Proceedings of the Frontiers In Education (FIE) Conference '97, November 1997.

  • Fitratullah Khan and Bari Siddique. "An NSF Pilot Project on Student Retention," Salt Lake City, UTAH: Proceedings of the Frontiers In Education Conference ‘96, November 1996.

  • Sohail Anwar and Fitratullah Khan. "A Survey of Microcontrollers," Los Angeles, California: National Association of Industrial Technology, 29th Convention, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 1996.



Selected Grants and Fellowships


  • Fitratullah Khan. Beowulf Based Curriculum Enrichment Integrated Laboratory (B-CEIL), National Science Foundation, $88,748.00 (May 1, 2001 - November 30, 2003)

  • Fitratullah Khan. Multimedia Based Computer Assisted Learning Laboratory, National Science Foundation, $63,296.00 (June 3, 1995 - June 2, 1996)

Current Courses

CMPE 2333 03 - Comp Organ Assmbly Lang:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks
CSCI 2344 02 - Prog in UNIX/Linux Envr:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks
CSCI 2333 03 - Computer Org & Assembly Lang:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks

Previous Courses