- Professor, Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Studies
- Acting Chair, Computer Science
Supervises in: Computer ScienceDr. Chen's research areas are: pattern recognition, image processing, computational geometry, intelligent language tutoring system, data mining, bioinformatics; and the computational intelligence fields, including fuzzy systems, neural network, and fast approximate practical algorithms for...
Phone:250-960-5548Email:Office:10-2050Website:Dr. Aravind received his Ph.D in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, and his M.Tech. in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. Later, he worked as a Scientific officer in the Supercomputer Education and Research Center, IISc.,...
- Professor (On Leave)
Phone:250-960-6672Email:Office:10-2080Website:Dr. Casperson received his Ph.D. and M.Math. in Pure Mathematics from the University of Waterloo, and his B.Sc. in Mathematical Physics from Simon Fraser University. His research areas include computational algebra, Galois theory, universal algebra, and programming language semantics. He has a...
- Associate Professor
Supervises in: Computer Science ; Business Administration ; Health SciencesDr. Haque received his Masters and PhD in Computer Science from Iowa State University, USA. He joined UNBC in 1995 and is presently Full Professor, cross-appointed in the Department of Computer Science and the School of Business. His teaching commitments also extend into the MBA Program. His...
- Assistant Professor
Supervises in: MSc Computer ScienceDr. Hirt received his PhD and MSc from the University of Calgary, specializing in networking, cryptography, and security. He received his BSc from the University of Northern British Columbia. His research interests include networking, cryptography, security, performance evaluation, anonymous...
- Assistant Professor
Supervises in: MSc Computer ScienceDr. Fan Jiang received both his MSc and PhD in Computer Science from University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. His research areas include big data mining, association rule mining, frequent pattern mining, social network mining, sentiment analysis, machine learning, and data visualization.
Phone:250-960-5800Email:Office:10-2058Website:Mr. Allan Kranz received his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Northern British Columbia. Allan came to UNBC from the area of industrial process control and his experience includes embedded systems, interfacing industrial equipment, data gathering and logging, and process...
- Senior Lab Instructor