Hooman Hashemi (jointly with Goce Trajcevski)
Hooman is working on spatial and graphical data processing.
Trong earned his B.Eng degree in Software Engineering from Hanoi University of Science and Technology. He is working on random sampling from large data warehouses, and has also worked on graph embeddings.
Sai Sree Parvathaneni
Sai Sree is working on random sampling from large data.
Ashraf is working on machine learning from streaming data.
Yung-Yu Chung completed his PhD in Fall 2016, working on data stream mining methods applied to cyber security, in particular the problem of detecting “insider threats”. He received his B.S. in Computer Science and Information Technology from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan in 2006, and his M.S., in Computer Engineering, from Iowa State University in 2013. His broader research interests are in Distributed and Parallel Algorithms, Machine Learning, and Cyber Security.
Currently: LinkedIn, as a software engineer. He has received a Research Excellence Award from Iowa State U in Fall 2016, and has previously received the Teaching Excellence Award from Iowa State U.
Sneha Aman Singh
(PhD completed in Fall 2015)
During her PhD, she worked in multiple companies as an intern including Technicolor Research Labs, Paris, IBM Software Group, MN, US and most recently Interdigital, PA, US where she is working on developing protocols to standardize large scale data analytics in Internet of Things. She has received a Research Excellence Award from ISU, as well as an IBM PhD Fellowship.
(Ph.D. Completed Summer 2011)
Thesis: Data Stream Algorithms for Network Monitoring
First Employment: Kikin Inc. (a Data Analytics Startup in New York City)
Currently working at Impetus Technologies as a Data Scientist
Thesis: Time-decayed data aggregation in streams
Currently an Associate Professor and Department Chair at Eastern Washington University
First Employment: Research Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University, Computer Science Department.
Winner of Research Excellence Award from ISU. Nominated for the Karas Distinguished Ph.D. thesis award (For every two years, only one nominee is selected from among all the computer engineering PhDs at Iowa State University).
Thesis Title: Techniques for Building a Scalable and Reliable Publish-Subscribe System
Current Employment: Akamai Technologies
Winner of Research Excellence Award from ISU.
MS completed in Spring 2018
Thesis: “Reducing Labeling Complexity in Streaming Data Mining”
Currently a PhD student at UC Merced
(M.S. Completed Summer 2012)
Project: Mining Maximal Cliques from a Large Graph Using Mapreduce
First Employment: Software Engineer at Pearson
(M.S. completed Apr 2009)
Project: Sensor Networks for Indoor Monitoring.
First Employment: Software Engineer at Microsoft