Professor Shayan (Sean) Taheri is a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Cyber Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Cyber Engineering (ECE) and the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK) at the Gannon University (GU). His current research focus lies in the intersection of Cyber Engineering, Hardware/Software Co-Design, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engineering with the aim of providing security, efficiency, and intelligence for computing systems. The research projects of interest include all directions of “Hardware Security” and “Security Aspects of Artificial Intelligence”, aiming to make the next generation of computing systems more trustworthy. A number of these directions are mentioned as: (1) System-on-Chip (SoC) Security and Trust; (2) Positive and Negative Applications of Emerging Transistor and Memory Technologies in Hardware Security; (3) Biometrics and Security; (4) Verification of Intellectual Property (IP) Security and Trust; (5) Physical Inspection and Assurance of Electronics; (6) Internet-of-Things (IoT) Security; (7) Nano-Scale Security; (8) Positive and Negative Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Security and Anomaly Detection; (9) Secure and Trusted AI Systems; (10) Positive and Negative Applications of Certain Areas from the Industries of Tomorrow, Including Quantum Computing and Computer Vision in Secure and Efficient Circuit and System Design; (11) Security of Electronics and Non-Electronics Supply Chain; (12) Security of Cyber Physical Systems; (13) Post-Quantum and Applied Cryptography and Privacy; (14) Security of Cloud and Distributed Systems; (15) Internet and Mobile Security; (16) Systems and Storage Security; and (17) Usable Security. Please refer to his website (i.e., “www.shayan-taheri.com”) for more information about his Research and Teaching Activities as well as Academic Services. Dr. Shayan (Sean) Taheri is a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States of America due to having advanced degrees and exceptional abilities. He is a member of the Technical Program Committee (TPC) of the IEEE PAINE, the Faculty Advisor of the GU - IEEE Student Branch, and a member of the Executive Committee of the IEEE – Erie PA Section.