Currently pursuing PhD in Computer Science and Engineering at Wright State University advised by Dr. Amit Sheth and working as part of the research team at The Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis).
Kno.e.sis performs world-class research on translating information to meaning, towards the vision of Computing for Human Experience (video). My research is focused on Semantic Web, Semantic Applications (a story by my advisor), and Social Computing.
Previously, received MSc. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Toledo advised by the EECS department chair Dr. Mansoor Alam and Co-Advised by Dr. Robert Green. My research and thesis work was focused on Multi-level Optimization of Wireless Sensor Networks and Cloud-based Systems through the development of Metaheuristics (mainly using Bio-Inspired Computing).
Before joining the masters program at UT, I received my bachelors degree in Computer Science from the German Jordanian University advised by Dr. Christina Class. My love of semantic applications started when I finished my senior design in May, 2012. The project exposed me to the beauty of Semantics and the powers of Open/Linked Data.