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MemberAhmed Alharthi

…RMIT University               2015-Present

Click to edit degree, followed by field of study and gradeDoctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Computer Science

– Master of information technology in software engineering.
– Major project skin cancer information system

Macquarie University             2011-2012

Master, Software engineering

– Master of information technology in software engineering.
– Major project skin cancer information system

 

TAFE         2010
Certificate VI, English for Academic Purposes

UNSW       2009 – 2010

UNSW Global, General Proficiency English and Eng…

Ahmed Alharthi, Currently a PhD. Candidate in Computer Science and Software Engineering at RMIT University.

MemberEbenezer Agbozo


PhD. Computer Science
Ural Federal University [ 09/2016 – Current ]
Yekaterinburg (Russia)

MSc. Applied Informatics
Ural Federal University [ 09/2014 – 06/2016 ]
Yekaterinburg (Russia)
MSc. Applied Informatics
Ural Federal University [ 09/2014 – 06/2016 ]
Yekaterinburg (Russia)

I am a PhD Candidate in Computer Science focusing on the management in social economic systems speciality of my degree. Precisely, I am a researcher with interests in Digital Government/Electronic Government, ICT for Development (ICT4D), Web Services, Data Mining and Analytics, and Digital Humanities. Basically, all things applied computer science.

MemberEmmanuel Mkpojiogu

Emmanuel O.C. Mkpojiogu holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Statistics and Computer Science with First Class Honors from the University of Nigeria. He also graduated from Universiti Utara Malaysia with a Master of Science degree in Information Technology with Distinction (majoring in Software Engineering, and Human-Computer Interaction). Presently, he lectures at Veritas University Abuja (The Catholic University of Nigeria), Abuja, Nigeria. He also has several academic articles in reputable international journals.

MemberIngo Frank

…M.A. in Philosophy and Information Science
University of Regensburg, Germany

B.Sc. in Computer Science
University of Applied Sciences Regensburg, Germany…

I am a digital humanist and data librarian with an academic background in philosophy, information and computer science. My research interests are applied ontology, knowledge organization, and diagrammatic reasoning for digital history considered as historical information science. Currently I am working with semantic web and linked data technologies in order to build document and research data repositories to support interdisciplinary research on historical and social phenomena.

MemberBen Miller

Ben Miller completed his PhD in Comparative Literature at Emory University (2009).  Prior to joining the faculty at Emory in 2018, Dr. Miller held positions at Georgia State University, the University of North Florida, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Dr. Miller’s primary scholarly focus is in the digital humanities, natural language processing, collective memory and identity, and computational narratology.  His work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Department of Defense, and others, and has appeared in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, and Cityscape.

MemberFoaad Khosmood

…Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California Santa Cruz (2011)…

Foaad Khosmood (Persian: فواد خوشمود) is Forbes Professor of Computer Engineering and Associate Professor of Computer Science at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly). Foaad received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California Santa Cruz in 2011. His dissertation work was on “Computational Style Processing“. His research interests include natural language processing (NLP), artificial intelligence, interactive entertainment, game AI and game jams. Dr. Khosmood is the Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Technology & Public Policy. He is also a board member, former CTO and past president of Global Game Jam, Inc. where he helps to organize the world’s largest game creation activity (120+ countries). He is general chair of FDG 2019. At Cal Poly, Professor Khosmood usually teaches AI, Interactive Entertainment, Computational Linguistics, Data Mining and Operating Systems. He serves as the faculty advisor for the Cal Poly Game Development (CPGD), SLO Hacks and Color Coded student clubs.