I'm Mojtaba, a Ph.D. candidate who works under supervision of Dr. Shannon Quinn in the Computer Science Department of The University of Georgia. Previously, I got my Doctorate in Business Administration from University of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV, before that I got my master in Artificial Intelligence in Iran. My minor is in mathematics, and my current research entails the development of computational pipelines to examine multiscale spatiotemporal dynamics of biological systems under different conditions. My dissertation focuses on how these spatiotemporal changes can be quantified and modeled to predict how the system under observation will respond to certain stimuli (drugs, pathogens, toxins). Currently I'm going to develop new deep computational architectures to incorporate novel unsupervised object detection and probabilistic object tracking.
Distributed computing, deep learning, computer vision and bioimaging, biosurveillance, and public health informatics.
- winner of James L. Carmon Scholarship 2019
- winner of Georgia Informatics Institutes Graduate Fellowships in Deep Learning and Visualization 2019
- IEEE/ACM DSAA 2019 Paper Award
- winner of Georgia Informatics Institutes Graduate Fellowships in Deep Learning and Visualization 2018
- 2018 Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant (IIRG) from the University of Georgia Graduate School.
- Summer Travel Grant 2018
- Big Data Summer School Grant 2016 - Dedicated by University of Washington