Professor, VP and Senior Associate Provost
Office: 300 Main Building
Ph.D, Purdue University
M.S., EE Purdue University
Dr. Maziar joined the engineering faculty at the University of Texas in 1987 after earning her bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University. At Texas, she developed a reputation as an innovator in the classroom, including the creation of an interdisciplinary course titled "On the Edge of the Electronic Frontier: The Technology, Culture and Politics of the Internet." She served for three years at Texas as vice provost.
Summary of Activities/Interests
Research interests include developing models and computer simulation tools that describe charge transport in semiconductor device structures, transport phenomena in ultra-small structures, structures under high electric fields, and structures composed of superlattices or novel materials.