VIVA Affiliation

Research Assistant
2014 - Present


BSE Electrical & Computer Engineering, Duke University, 2014

Biographical Sketch

Nazia is a current graduate research assistant at the University of Virginia, with VIVA. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Engineering degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) in 2014, with a concentration in signal processing.

Research Interests

Nazia's current areas of research include machine learning and other areas of image processing. During her undergraduate career, her research focused on computer architecture, specifically on memory arrangements in datacenters. Joining the VIVA lab has been her first jump into signal processing research, so specific research areas have not been mapped out as of yet.
Topic revision: r2 - 12 Dec 2014, NaziaTabassum
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