Computational Framework And Data Science for Identification
Dr. Mustafa Atay funded by the National Science Foundation.
This research enhances the data science capabilities and capacities at two historically black colleges and universities: North Carolina A&T State University and Winston-Salem State University. These institutions provide graduate programs to their students and enable the future workforce. More precisely, the project aims are (1) to enhance research capabilities in identity and data science and technology; (2) to enhance the capacity of North Carolina A&T State University and Winston-Salem State University to participate in identity and data-science research; (3) to involve graduate and undergraduate students, especially members of underrepresented minorities and females, in data science and identity research; and (4) to strengthen the North Carolina A&T computer science doctoral and Master's programs and the Winston-Salem State Master's program as well as to strengthen the pipeline to computer science doctoral studies. This three-year collaborative research grant aims to integrate research with educational activities for students at undergraduate and graduate levels. The grant will support the introduction of a new course, Data Science and Machine Learning, and the enhancement of an existing course with data analytics and AI concepts. The project page is located here.