- WISARDS - Wintec's Applied Research in Data Science
WISARDS - Wintec's Applied Research in Data Science
Welcome to the Applied Data Science Research Group.
We integrate existing tools and algorithms in a simple-to-use process so companies can easily get value from their data.
We offer services for you to solve problems or improve business performance, through the analysis of data.
Arthur Valle is a Senior Academic Staff Member in the Centre for Information Technology at Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology), where he is also the IT Research Leader. Arthur has a PhD in Production and System Engineering from Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (PUCPR) in Brazil. As his thesis, he developed a method for applying Process Mining techniques in software process assessments. Arthur has industry and academic background in topics such as Lean Six Sigma; Continuous Improvement; Business Process Management; Software Development; Quality Management; Operations Management; Performance Measurement, Project Management; Service Management and Strategy. As a former senior IT consultant for the last 18 years, Arthur had been involved in 15+ successful CMMI-based improvement programs in Brazil and abroad. Arthur's email is email@example.com.
Ayesha Hakim has a PhD in Computer Science with specialisation in Human Computer Interaction from Massey University, New Zealand. She joined Massey University as IT Support Specialist for Massey Genome Services and then Bahauddin Zakarya University, Pakistan as Assistant Professor at the Institute of Computing. She moved to the University of Auckland as Research Specialist. She is currently a lecturer at Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology). Her research interests include machine learning, affective computing, human-computer interaction, web application development, and context-aware systems. She got expertise in research, analysis, & visualisation of various forms of data using latest machine learning techniques. Currently, she is working on developing computational models to enable machines recognise and understand human emotions. She is also working on developing computational tools to automatically classify and visualise bird sounds in order to recognise different bird species in the wild. To find out more about her research or collaborate and share ideas, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monjur Ahmed is a lecturer at Centre for Information Technology (CIT), Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec), New Zealand. He holds BSc (Hons) in Computing and Information Systems from London Metropolitan University (UK), MS in Telecommunications from University of Information Technology & Sciences (Bangladesh), MSc in Electronics and Communications Engineering from University of Greenwich (UK), and PhD from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. His doctoral research was on a distributed and decentralised security model for Cloud Computing. Monjur is an active researcher. Monjur’s research interests are in IT/IS security focusing on both technological and human aspects, mainly in contemporary computing approaches (e.g. Cloud Computing, IoT, and Big Data). Monjur has over 10 years of teaching experiences in New Zealand, United Kingdom, China and Bangladesh. Monjur has a continuing research track record through research publications. He also facilitated a number of workshops globally. Monjur's email is email@example.com.
Prashant Khanna is a Academic Staff Member at Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology) and is teaching subjects in Cyber Security, Cyber Risk Management and Big Data. His recent research interests are in pedagogy of tertiary learning while using Data to make tertiary learning more effective. He is also exploring the world of crypto currencies and looking at practical implementation of Blockchains in support of an open society. His current research work is in creating a low cost, energy efficient crypto mining grid. He is a PhD in Computer Science which was focused on observing cascade failures in cloud services and using efficient cloud brokering mechanisms to mitigate the risks in federated clouds. In addition to his academic pursuits, Prashant is the VCIO of three companies located in Australia and the US. To reach out to Prashant, email him on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reza Rafeh is a is a Senior Academic Staff Member in the Centre for Business, IT and Enterprise at Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology). Reza has a PhD from Monash University, Australia majoring in computer science. He has been working as a senior lecturer at Arak University for seventeen years. Reza joined Auckland University of Technology (AUT) on February 2015 as a visiting researcher. He joined Wintec in July 2015. In addition to teaching many computer courses, Reza has been involved in many research activities and supervising many master and PhD students. Reza is an editorial member and reviewer of several reputable journals. He has been leading several industry driven research projects. His research area includes: Optimization and Computational Intelligence, Big Data and Analytics, Health Informatics, Recommender Systems, and Wireless Sensor Networks. Reza’s Email: email@example.com.
Sunitha Prabhu is a Senior Academic Staff Member at Centre for Information Technology (CIT), Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec). She completed her Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics) at Marathwada University, India and Masters in Computing and Mathematical sciences (MCMS) at Waikato University, New Zealand. Sunitha is an expert mathematician and has over 18 years of teaching experience in New Zealand. She is also a reviewer for conference papers and the academic journal of CITRENZ. Sunitha can be contacted via her email firstname.lastname@example.org
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