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Research Keyword: Computer Science and Engineering

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Faculty: Al Seesi, Sahar
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Al Seesi’s work focuses on analysis of DNA and RNA sequences, with special focus on next generation transcriptome sequencing. Her research addresses various problems including RNA structure analysis, transcriptome reconstruction, allele specific isoform expression estimation, and cancer specific mutation identification. Tackling each of these problems requires employing a combination of known computational approaches such […]
Categories | Keywords: bioinformatics, Computer Science and Engineering

Faculty: Ammar, Reda
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Hierarchical performance modeling to design real-time application with minimum resources and power consumption: Techniques to evaluate sequential and distributed systems have been investigated. Results were integrated in Hierarchical Performance Modeling System (HPMS) to provide a general-purpose methodology to support the development of the performance-oriented software applications including distributed objects and real-time systems. It provides quantitative […]
Categories | Keywords: Computer Science and Engineering, distributed systems, hierarchical performance modeling, Hierarchical Performance Modeling System (HPMS), real-time application, sensors, underwater sensor

Faculty: Bansal, Mukul
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Bansal develops new computational methods, efficient algorithms, and powerful software tools to help answer fundamental biological questions. He is especially interested in problems related to understanding the evolution of genes, genomes, and species. Some specific research projects include: (1) Inferring the evolution of microbial genomes and gene families to understand how microbes evolve and […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithms, bioinformatics, computational biology, Computer Science and Engineering, genomics, molecular evolution, phylogenetics

Faculty: Demurjian, Steven A.
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Demurjian’s research has been focused on role-based, discretionary, and mandatory access control, secure software engineering, biomedical informatics, software architectures, and ontologies. His main research falls into the following areas: (1) Collaborative security and access control models for role-based, mandatory, and discretionary approaches with security assurance as realized in the Unified Modeling Language (UML), the […]
Categories | Keywords: biomedical informatics, Computer Science and Engineering, ontologies, role-based, discretionary and mandatory access control, secure software engineering, software architectures

Faculty: Han, Song
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Han’s research interests are in the general area of real-time and embedded systems, wireless networking, pervasive computing and real-time big data streaming and analytics. He has worked extensively on high-speed wireless communication protocol and reliable network management technique design for smart rehabilitation systems and applications. His current research focus is on real-time big data […]
Categories | Keywords: Computer Science and Engineering, cyber-physical systems infrastructure and security, mobile computing, real-time and embedded sensing and control systems, smart health systems and applications, wireless networking

Faculty: Hong, Seung-Hyun
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Hong’s research focuses are on the development of novel automated bone histomorphometry (femur and vertebrae), long bone fracture (femur and tibia), and calvarial defect. It allows an unbiased assessment of bone formation and repair processes. His main research falls into the following areas: (1) Developing a novel computer automated dynamic and static histomorphometry on […]
Categories | Keywords: 3D reconstruction, 3D target recognition, assessing fracture repair, cellular bone histomorphometry, Computer Science and Engineering, image processing, medical image analysis, static/dynamic bone histomorphometry

Faculty: Huang, Chun-Hsi
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Huang’s research interests are primarily in the areas of High Performance Computing, Computational Biology, and Algorithm Design & Analysis. He is particularly interested in investigating research issues involved in the software/hardware infrastructure, middleware and algorithmic support for extreme-scale computation and information extraction. Recently his research efforts have been on the development, deployment and evaluation […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithm design and analysis, computational biology, Computer Science and Engineering, cyber-infrastructure, Experimental Algorithmics, high-performance computing, life science informatics

Faculty: Khan, Mohammad Maifi Hasan
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Maifi Khan’s research has been focused on scalable cloud platform for large scale data analytics, reliability of large scale distributed systems, and cyber-physical systems. He is investigating ways to leverage cloud infrastructure for real-time monitoring of sensor streams and data analytic tasks such as motif mining. Analyzing and understanding complex, large scale distributed systems […]
Categories | Keywords: behavior-based mobile authentication, cloud-based data analytics, Computer Science and Engineering, human factors in computing, large-scale distributed systems, software performance and reliability

Faculty: Mandoiu, Ion
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Mandoiu’s main research interests are in the areas of bioinformatics and computational genomics, with a special focus on the development of high-performance computational methods for the analysis of high-throughput sequencing data. His research in these areas has been funded by grants from NSF, NIH, USDA, and Life Technologies Corporation, including a prestigious NSF Faculty […]
Categories | Keywords: bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, combinatorial optimization, computational genomics and metabolomics, computational molecular epidemiology, Computer Science and Engineering, immunoinformatics, Institute for Systems Genomics, modeling and simulation

Faculty: Peng, Zheng
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Acoustic Sensor Networks for Ice-Covered Seas: It will transmit data wirelessly through acoustic waves from sub-surface ocean sensors to a receiving array with a surface connection to satellites and the Internet. This project will expand the capabilities of studying sea ice changes in the transition zone by developing and deploying an underwater wireless communication network […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithms, Computer Science and Engineering, embedded system, network optimization and protocol design, operating systems, underwater wireless networks

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