Sahar Mosleh is a committed computer engineer and the President’s Outstanding lecturer of the year (2016-2017) for the California State University system. Sahar has worked in the field of information security for over four years as an engineer, researcher, and educator. Sahar’s research and interest areas are in 1) Hardware/software codesign in embedded platform, and 2) Security of an embedded system.
She joined the University of San Diego, Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering in Spring of 2014 as a lecturer. Sahar is actively engaged with professional organizations such as ACM and IEEE while serving as USD’s Cybersecurity Student Association (CSSA) faculty advisor. She is also the co-organizer of the biannual San Diego Women’s Hackathon. Sahar received her B.S. and M.S in Computer Engineering from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of Manitoba, in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. Her hobbies are hiking, traveling, reading, cooking and camping.