PH.D. Students on the Job Market

Graduating Ph.D. students may add themselves to this page by completing this form.

Kiana Alikhademi
Kiana Alikhademi

kalikhademi@ufl.edu
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Areas of Expertise:
Deep Learning, Fairness, Machine Learning, AI/ML for Social Good/Impact

Dissertation Topic:
Fairness-Aware Learning Methodology for Justice Juvenile Recidivism

Preferred Employment:
Academia or Industry

Advisor:
Juan E. Gilbert, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
09/01/2022

Logan Blue
Logan Blue

bluel@ufl.edu
Website

Areas of Expertise:
Cybersecurity, Secure Protocol Design, Digital Signal Processing, Voice Systems, Big Data, Cyber Physical Systems, and Machine Learning

Dissertation Topic:
Enhancing the Security of Digital Voice Systems Through Fluid Dynamic Reconstruction of Biological Vocal Tract Structures

Preferred Employment:
Industry

Advisor:
Patrick Traynor, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
05/02/2022

Brendan David-John
Brendan David-John

brendanjohn@ufl.edu
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Areas of Expertise:
Eye Tracking, VR/AR, Computer Graphics, Privacy, Human-Centered Computing

Dissertation Topic:
Privacy of Eye-Tracking Data for VR/AR applications

Preferred Employment:
Academia

Advisor:
Eakta Jain, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
05/02/2022

Tre' Jeter
Tre' Jeter

t.jeter@ufl.edu
Website

Areas of Expertise:
Cybersecurity, Blockchain, ML/AI, and IoT

Dissertation Topic:
Cybersecurity and its applications to blockchain technology to further secure IoT devices

Preferred Employment:
Government or Industry

Advisor:
My T. Thai, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
05/23/2022

Diandra Prioleau
Diandra Prioleau

diandraprioleau@gmail.com

Areas of Expertise:
Algorithmic Fairness, Machine Learning, AI/ML for Social Good/Impact

Dissertation Topic:
Bias Mitigation in Diabetes Prediction

Preferred Employment:
Academia or Industry

Advisor:
Juan E. Gilbert, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
09/05/2022

Fatemeh Tavassoli
Fatemeh Tavassoli

ftavassoli@ufl.edu
Website

Areas of Expertise:
Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)

Dissertation Topic:
Predicting Type 1 diabetes in children based on early childhood gut microbiome composition using Deep Learning and GANs

Preferred Employment:
Academia, or Industry

Advisor:
Professor Juan E. Gilbert, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
09/01/2022

Isaac Wang
Isaac Wang

wangi@ufl.edu
Website

Areas of Expertise:
Virtual Agents, VR/AR, Gesture Recognition, Natural User Interfaces

Dissertation Topic:
Understanding How Nonverbal Factors Influence Perceptions of Feedback-Giving Virtual Agents

Preferred Employment:
Academia or Industry

Advisor:
Jaime Ruiz, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
06/01/2022

Julia Woodward
Julia Woodward

julia.woodward@ufl.edu
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Areas of Expertise:
Child-Computer Interaction, AR, Natural User Interfaces, Human-Centered Computing

Dissertation Topic:
Understanding How to Design Information in AR Headsets to Aid in Adults' and Children's Task Performance

Preferred Employment:
Academia

Advisor:
Jaime Ruiz, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
06/01/2022

Mohan Zalake
Mohan Zalake

mohanzalake@ufl.edu
Website

Areas of Expertise:
Virtual Humans, Human-Computer Interaction, Virtual Reality

Dissertation Topic:
Designing Adaptive Virtual Human Conversations Based on User Personality to Promote Healthy Behaviors

Preferred Employment:
Academia, Government or Industry

Advisor:
Benjamin Lok, Ph.D.

Expected Date Available:
05/02/2022


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