Ph.D - Assistant Professor
Office: Colonial Hall 231
College of Science and Engineering
- PhD (Computer Science), University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 2017
- M.Sc. (Computer Science), American International University Bangladesh (AIUB), 2009
- B.Sc. (Computer Science), American International University Bangladesh (AIUB), 2008
Farjana Z. Eishita is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the Idaho State University (ISU). Prior to joining ISU Farjana was an Assistant Professor at the department of Computer Science at the University of New Orleans (UNO). Farjana’s research focuses in the areas of Augmented/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Game experience along with their impacts on diverse sectors such as Cybersecurity, Health, Education, and Training. Her research directly benefits the designated community (e.g., physicians, valetudinarian, educators, students) with a robust digitized framework, accessibility as well as enhanced efficacy.
Besides her research and teaching Farjana has served as Faculty advisor of Women in computing ACM-W chapter-UNO. Farjana Has been awarded as a Faculty Scholar at Grace Hopper Conference both in 2020 and 2021.
Farjana earned her doctoral degree in Computer Science from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada in 2017. Her doctoral dissertation examined confrontation of sensor noise in Augmented Reality Gameplay entitled – Analyzing the Impact of Spatio-Temporal Sensor Resolution on Player Experience (PX)in Augmented Reality (AR) Games.