Assistant Professor Samah Mohamed Ahmed Saeed has a history of excellence winning awards for scholarship and research achievements. Her research interests include computer-aided design of VLSI circuits, specifically Design-for-Testability, Design-for-Secure-Testability, Design-for-trust, hardware security, and Nanotechnology. She is the winner of the best paper award at IEEE VLSI Test Symposium, the Pearl Brownstein Doctoral Research Award by NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering and the TTTC's E.J. McCluskey Best Doctoral Thesis Award at the IEEE International Test Conference. She has excelled in the area of professional service, serving on a conference committee and as a reviewer for 11 journals and conferences. She can teach a variety of computer engineering courses, ranging from digital logic, hardware security, computer organization to discrete math.