I’m a PhD student in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Before starting my PhD, I have been a postgrad student at Imperial College London where I earned my second Master’s degree in Computer Science.
When it comes to talking about my interests, the question, that I have always asked myself about my future career, is “Engineering or Computer Science?” That's been the question I never could find a solid answer to. Such indecisiveness and following my interests gradually drew me to get two Master’s degrees, one in Civil-Structural Engineering and another in Computer Science but, despite of enjoying and satisfying performance in both of them, I didn’t feel that I belong to exactly one of these areas. That's why I picked CSE as my field of study and started to find a way to incorporate the computer science concepts in engineering applications. So, I think I am a hybrid now! Half computer scientist/developer, and half engineer (Honestly, at the time of writing this part, I can give it ¾ Computer Science, ¼ Engineering! who likes computer science the most, but sometimes wants to employ the cs concepts in real-world engineering applications).
Now, after spending a period of time in Georgia Tech, I should confess that I have badly missed my adventures in pure computer science topics that I have had at Imperial College London, but I am also enjoying my current research area and very excited about it. As a PhD student, my research interests mainly include, but not limited to Data Science and Machine Learning, (Big Data, Pattern Recognition, Deep Learning, Data Visual and analytics, etc.) and incorporating these topics in real life engineering applications, such as interval and finite element analysis. Currently, I am working on Interval Neural Networks and their applications in computer science and engineering fields.
Apart from my research, I am also working as a software developer and enjoying freelance consulting jobs.
The following is a few examples of the projects I have accomplished. There are lots of other projects that I'm going to add them to this collection. So, as long as you can see this text, this section is not complete yet and will be evolving and updating! Click on to see more details.