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Hossein Shirazi

Assistant Professor

Academic Affairs
Fowler College of Business
Management Information Systems Department

San Diego



Hossein Shirazi is an assistant professor of management information systems (MIS) at the Fowler College of Business at San Diego State University. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Colorado State University, where he also earned his M.S. degree. Additionally, Shirazi has an M.S. from IAU and a B.S. in computer engineering from Kashan University in Iran.

His research primarily revolves around the convergence of cyber-security, social media analysis, deep learning, and natural language processing (NLP). Throughout his academic journey, he has delved into various facets of machine learning and cyber-security, applying these techniques to tackle significant challenges such as social engineering attacks, security for heavy vehicles, and safeguarding IoT devices and networks. Shirazi's work has been published in reputable journals and conference proceedings, contributing significantly to the advancement of knowledge in these domains.

With a strong passion for education, Shirazi possesses extensive teaching experience, particularly in the realm of Python programming. At SDSU, he instructs core and elective MIS courses, including business applications programming and object-oriented programming for business applications.

Throughout his academic and professional career, Shirazi has amassed valuable insights and expertise, which he continually endeavors to share with his students and the research community. His unwavering commitment to excellence in both teaching and research drives his substantial contributions to the field of management information systems and beyond.