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Ata Elahi

ElahiaMorrill Hall 107
Phone: 203.392.5819

Fall 2017

Office Hours

Monday None
Tuesday 8:35am - 9:35am
12:15pm - 12:45pm
Wednesday 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Thursday 8:35am - 9:35am
12:15pm - 12:45pm


  • CSC 207 Computer Systems
  • CSC 305 Computer Organization
  • CSC 558 Network Security

Past Courses

  • CSC 465 Communications and Networks
  • CSC 590 Thesis I Proposal Development


Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
Mississippi State University

M.S. in Electrical Engineering
Mississippi State University

B.A. in Electrical Engineering
Iran College of Technology, Iran


Computer Networks, Data Communication, Computer Hardware Design, and  Pipeline Processors 



Elahi, A , Arjeski, T. "ARM Assembly Language with Hardware Experiments", Springer, 2015

Elahi, A , Gschwender, A. " ZigBee Wireless Sensor and Control Network", Prentice Hall, 2009

Elahi & Elahi " Data , Network & Internet Communications Technology", Thomson 2006

Elahi, Ata. Communication Network Technology Delmar/ Thompson Learning, 2001.

                Invited Tutorial Presentations 

ZIGbee  Wireless Sensor and Control Network


International Conference on Telecommunications   2014

MONAM 2013
Global Wireless Summit 2013:
ACM-SAC 2013
NDT 2010


Elahi, A., Fifth Annual CSU Computing Conference "ATM Networks and xDSL", 1999.

Elahi, A.,"Microcomputer Based Wake-up Call System", Twenty Second Annual Conference of Modeling and Simulation, 1991.


Curriculum Development Grant, 2003.

$31,000.00 matching grant from the National Science Foundation for development of "An Undergraduate Computer Hardware Laboratory", 1987.

$165,000.00 from Department of Higher Education State of Connecticut for development of "Microprocessor and Digital Image Processing", 1988.

$2,700.00 Connecticut State University Grant for "Telephone Set for the Hearing Impaired", 1988.

$ 91,000.00 from Department of Higher Education State of Connecticut for "Development of Computer-aided Design Laboratory", 1990.

$1500.00 from Connecticut State University "Application of Fuzzy Logic on Robotics", 1995.

$1250.00 from Southern Connecticut State University Curriculum Development Grant, "Development of Digital Laboratory", 1995.

Student Work

Performance study of routing protocols for ad hoc networks