Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kno.e.sis Research Center, Wright State University
Domain of Research: Intelligent Systems,Artificial Intelligence,Ant colony optimization,Bioinformatics,Data Mining,Data Retrieval and Data Mining,Data Science,Decision Making,Decision Support Systems,Decision theory,Neural Networks,Neuro-Fuzzy Systems,Pattern Recognition,Soft Computing,Supervised and Unsupervised Learning,Support Vector Machines,Swarm Intelligence>
Reza Sadeghi has attended the department of computer science and engineering at Wright State University as a PhD student in computer science. Right now, he is a graduate research assistant at Data Science for Healthcare lab in the Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing (kno.e.sis). He has achieved to publish more than 13 research papers in precious journals and conferences with high impact factors. Also, he is reviewer and program committee member of top conferences and journals such as WWW conference and IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems. Through his research, he had worked on different concepts especially, probabilistic graphical model, signal processing, and soft computing techniques. Currently, he tries to create a smart personalized clinical decision support systems based on state-of-the-art machine learning methods. To address this issue, he is working on kHealth for dementia project under supervision of Dr. Tanvi Banerjee.