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Dr. Ash Pahwa

Ash Pahwa, Ph.D., is an educator, author, entrepreneur, and technology visionary with three decades of industry and academic experience. He has founded several successful technology companies during his career, the latest of which is A+ Web Services.

Dr. Pahwa earned his doctorate in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He is listed in Who’s Who in the Frontiers of Science and Technology. He is also a Google Certified Analytics Consultant. His expertise includes search engine optimization, web analytics, web programming, digital image processing, database management, digital video, and data storage technologies.

In Industry, Dr. Pahwa has worked for General Electric, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Xerox Corporation, and Oracle. He founded CD-Gen, Inc. and DV Studio Technologies, LLC., which introduced successful products for CD-Recording (CDR) and MPEG encoding. His book, CD-Recordable Bible was published in English, Japanese, and German.

In Academia, Dr. Pahwa teaches internet technology courses and conducts webinars in the University of California system. Since 2008, he taught many courses at UC Irvine, UCLA, and UC San Diego, including:

Website Development

Digital Marketing

Predictive Analytics

WordPress CMS

Search Engine Optimization

R Programming

Microsoft ASP.NET

Web Analytics

Predictive Analytics Using Google Analytics

Google AdWords

MATLAB Programming

 

He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.

Affiliation with UCLA

Entrepreneurial Ventures:

  • CD-ROM Strategies, Inc.
  • DV Studio Technologies, Inc.
  • AssaySoft, Inc.
  • A+ Web Services
  • eAxiom Software
  • eAxiom Academy
Product / Services:

  • CD-Gen, CD-Arch premastering software
  • Apollo MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoders
  • cellAnalyst – cell counting software
  • SEO, Web Analytics services
  • Website Development
  • SAT Preparation Services
Courses:

  • UC Irvine: Search Engine Optimization: January – March 2011
  • UCLA: Web Analytics: January – March 2011
  • UCSD: MATLAB Programming: January – March 2011
  • UC Irvine: Search Engine Optimization: April – June 2011
  • UC Irvine: Web Analytics: April – June 2011