Vahid is a Lecturer of Computer Science at Boston University who teaches variety of programming and fundamental CS courses, including CS 103, CS 111, CS 131, CS 132 and CS 235.
Prior to joining the CS department at BU in Spring 2017, Vahid was a Lecturer at Mechanical Engineering Department at The City College of The City University of New York with teaching emphasis in Fluid Mechanics for 3 years. Vahid’s research area of interest is computer stereo vision with a focus on digital image correlation (DIC) and particle image velocimetry (PIV) having tremendous applications in experimental mechanics and robotics.
Vahid uses his divers teaching and research experiences in mechanical engineering, numerical analysis, programming and computer science to apply interdisciplinary teaching to his classes and educate students who analytically and creatively embrace new ideas and make themselves ready for graduate and professional study, and for careers in new and emerging fields.
Vahid holds a B.Sc. (IUST, 2007), an M.Sc. (UT, 2010), an M.Phil. (CCNY, 2013) and a Ph.D. (CCNY, 2017) in the field of Mechanical Engineering.