Dr.  Wajahat Ali Khan Digital Library

Based in Derby, United Kingdom
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Wajahat Ali Khan

Bio:

Wajahat Ali Khan is Assistant Professor in School of Electronics, Computing and Mathematics at University of Derby, UK from 2020. Previously, he was Assistant Professor at Department of Computer Engineering at Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea from 2016-2019. He was involved as Post-Doctoral researcher from 2015-2016 with Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory at Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea. He has received his PhD in Computer Engineering from Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea in 2015, and MS in Information Technology from National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Pakistan in 2010.

His research interests include knowledge graphs, semantic matching, semantic reasoning, context awareness, data analytics, health informatics, and decision support systems. He has published more than 70 scientific articles. He is a Senior IEEE Member. He has been involved in many funded research and industrial projects as PI, Co-PI, Consultant, and Project Manager since 2015 onwards.

He has published many research articles and registered patents. He is actively involved in technical programme committees (TPC) member of over 20 IEEE, ACM and other international conferences, and is reviewer of over 10 distinguished journals. His paper was included in the Notable Paper in Computing Reviews by ACM in 2012.

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  • Healthcare Problems and Machine Learning Solution
    This lecture focus on the healthcare problems with solutions provided by machine learning. Machine learning supports the healthcare domain and add efficiency and reliability. It starts with the...
  • Interoperability among Medical Systems

    Over the last decade, rapid digitization in the field of healthcare information management, has compounded the problem of Heterogeneity, through the development of a...

  • Medical Silo Construction Methodology
    This study will demonstrate silo construction process for different clinical domains such as cardiovascular, diabetes, epilepsy, kidney, ear throat nose (ENT), thyroid cancer, and head and neck...

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