Artificial Intelligence. Blockchain. Digital Entrepreneurship. Open Source.
He has extensive experiences in both academe and industries in USA and Japan, such as Motorola Inc. (USA), Hitachi Ltd. (Japan), and Carnegie Mellon CyLab Japan (Japan & USA). He is closely familiar with many programming langues, open source technologies (LINUX), and a single board computer (Raspberry Pi).
As a full professor, he has taught and advised students in Computer Science, Information Systems, and Data Sciences at all levels from fundamental undergraduate to advanced graduate by taking research driven and hands-on, experiential approaches. He has advised numerous students and many of them are successful in their career development, e.g. college faculty, nationally recognized consulting firms, and global enterprises — Battelle Memorial Institute, Raytheon, Caterpillar, Lockheed-Martin, Emaars (UAE), Microsoft, Facebook, Adobe, to name a few. He has held several fellowships and visiting professorships at reputable research institutes in France (LIP6), USA (UC Berkeley & CMU), Kazakhstan (KBTU & KazNU) and Japan (Lab. for Intn'l Fuzzy Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University & Chuo University). He is active and well-recognized in relevant international academic societies in the world for his technical contributions and executive leaderships.
Currently, he is focusing on his digital entrepreneurship in Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain while leading Intelligent Informatics/Innovative Integratica Initiative (I3). He is enthusiastically promoting SBC, e.g. Raspberry Pi as a platform of PoC and MVP for various digital entrepreneurship and that of hands-on, experiential learning.
He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Cincinnati (USA). He also received training and was successfully certified in Information Security at Carnegie Mellon University (USA), and in Entrepreneurship at the University of Florida (USA).