Country: United States
Education: PhD or Doctorate
Affiliation: University of Virginia
Domain of Research: Intelligent Systems,Artificial Intelligence,Software Engineering and Quality,Artificial Intelligence,Artificial Intuition,Artificial Neural Networks,Bayesian networks,Big Data,Big data analytics for security,Bioinformatics,Communication Protocols,Computational Creativity,Computational Intelligence,Computational Learning Theory,Data Mining,Data Retrieval and Data Mining,Data Science,Human Computer Interaction,Human-Robot Interaction,Image Processing,Information Theory,Knowledge Engineering and Mining,Machine Learning
Biography: Kamran Kowsari is PhD student at School of Engineering and Applied Science of University of Virginia , Departement of Computer Science. He earned his Master of Science from The George Washington University in 2014, his master advisor is Professor Simon Berkovich. He started an important research project on using new Golay Code technique for clustering. Then, Kamran Kowsari successfully defended his Master’s thesis on this subject. He has more than 10 papers on topics of machine learning, data mining, computer vision, biomedical computing and bioinformatics. He has more than 10 year’s experiences in software development, system and database engineering experience, and research. His experience includes numerous projects and academic projects. He is interested and has experience in Machine learning, mathematical modeling, algorithms and data structure, and data manning, biomedical computing and visualization .