Ziad Matni, Ph.D.

Main webpage: www.ziadmatni.com
Google Scholar: HERE

Computer Science classes taught at UCSB (so far!):

    Fall 2016

    CS16 (Solving Problems using C++)

    Fall 2017

    CS16 (Solving Problems using C++)

    Fall 2018

    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)

    Fall 2019

    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)

    Fall 2020 (Current)

    CS16 (Solving Problems using C++)
    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)

    Winter 2017

    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)

    Winter 2018

    CS8 (Introduction to Programming)
    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)

    Winter 2019

    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)
    CS8 (Introduction to Programming)

    Winter 2020

    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)
    CS154 (Computer Architecture)

    Winter 2021 (Upcoming)

    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)
    CS154 (Computer Architecture)

    Spring 2017

    CS16 (Solving Problems using C++)
    CS8 (Introduction to Programming)

    Spring 2018

    CS16 (Solving Problems using C++)
    CS64 (Computer Organization & Logic Design)

    Spring 2019

    CS8 (Introduction to Programming)
    CS111 (Introduction to Computational Science)

    Spring 2020

    CS154 (Computer Architecture)
    CS111 (Introduction to Computational Science)

    Summer 2020

    CS154 (Computer Architecture)
    CS16 (Solving Problems using C++)

    Spring 2021 (Upcoming)

    CS111 (Introduction to Computational Science)

Some of these links may be shut down. Feel free to contact me about any particular information you need via email. Current quarters' links should be live.

The best way to contact me is via email: ziad.matni@ucsb.edu

About me:

I am a faculty member (lecturer) at both the Computer Science (CoE) and Communication (CoLS) departments at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
I also teach Data Science, Research Methods, and Social Networks (in the Communication dept.)
My research focus is on computer mediated information seeking behavior in social networks and in computer science pedagogy.

My Erdős number is no more than 5; my Berners-Lee number is no more than 3; my Matni number is exactly zero! :)

Last updated: 10/01/2020