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Graduate Student Profiles — Information Systems

UMBC graduate students in the College of Engineering and Information Technology are involved in a wide variety of research and activities. Learn more about what some of them do in the profiles below. Find out more about available programs and degrees here.

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Ali Abdolrahmani

Major: Human-Centered Computing (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Examining Mobile/Wearable Assistive Technology to Augment the Indoor Navigation Experience of Individuals who are Blind
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Philip Feldman

Major: Human-Centered Computing (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Detecting and mapping belief behaviors in digital environments at scale
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Galina Madjaroff

Major: Human-Centered Computing (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic:Supporting older adults and their caregivers through the onset of cognitive impairment with home-based technology
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Krunal Odedra

Major: Human-Centered Computing (M.S.)
Thesis/research topic: Human-Centered Computing and UX Design
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Iyanuoluwa Odebode

Major: Information Systems (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Network Analytics towards Drug Repositioning using Phosphorylated Protein
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Pravin Pande

Major: Information Systems (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Ontology for Privacy Requirements of Social Media
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Morgan Scheuerman

Major: Human-Centered Computing (M.S.)
Thesis/research topic: Intersection of Facial Recognition Technology Developed for People who are Blind
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Azin Semsar

Major: Human-Centered Computing (Ph.D.)
Thesis/research topic: Understanding Body Expression of First Responders
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Tavon Thames

Major: Human-Centered Computing (M.S.)
Thesis/research topic:
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