PhD Students graduated under Z. Ras supervision between 2004-2016:

 

Jieyan Kuang
PhD, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Spring, 2016
jieyan.kuang@bankofamerica.com
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Hierarchically Structered Recommender System.

Vice President at Bank of America, Charlotte, NC

 

Konrad Ciecierski
PhD, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, Spring, 2014
K.Ciecierski@ii.pw.edu.pl
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Decision Support System for Surgical Treatment of Parkinson's Disease.
(The best 2014 PhD thesis in the area of AI in Poland -
award given by the Polish Artificial Intelligence Society)

Senior Software Engineer at NASK, Warsaw, Poland and Assistant Professor in the Department of Comp. Sci. at Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

 

Amanda Cohen-Mostafavi
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Spring, 2014
babybogart@gmail.com
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Personalized Indexing of Music by Emotions.

Software Developer at InfoBelt, LLC

 

Agnieszka Dardzinska
PhD, Polish Academy of Sciences, Spring, 2004
Agnieszka.Dardzinska@gmail.com
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Chase Method Based on Dynamic Knowledge Discovery for Predicting Values in Incomplete Information Systems.

Associate Prof. in the Dept. of Mechanics and Informatics at Bialystok Univ. of Technology, Poland

 

Jacek Grekow
PhD, Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, Fall, 2009
grekowj@ii.pb.bialystok.pl
Website
Jacek Grekow's CD: Southern Impressions

PhD Dissertation:
Automatic Detection and Visualization of Emotions in Music.

Assistant Prof. in Comp. Science Dept. at Bialystok Univ. of Technology, Poland

 

Ayman Hajja
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2013
ahajja@uncc.edu
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Object-Driven and Temporal Action Rules Mining.

Visiting Assistant Prof. at the College of Charleston, SC

 

Seunghyun Im
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2006
sim@pitt.edu
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Data Safekeeping against Knowledge Discovery.

Associate Prof. of Comp. Sci. at University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown

 

Wenxin Jiang
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2009
wjiang2@fhcrc.org
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Polyphonic Music Information Retrieval Based on Multi-Label Cascade Classification System.

Research Associate at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle

 

Elzbieta Kubera
PhD, Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, Spring, 2011
elzbieta.kubera@up.lublin.pl
Website

PhD Dissertation:
The role of temporal attributes in identifying instruments in polytimbral music recordings.

Assistant Prof. at Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland

 

Rory Lewis
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Spring, 2008
rlewis@eas.uccs.edu
Website
Rory Lewis's CD "Songs for Friday"
Latest Book

PhD Dissertation:
Mining Emotions in a Non-Tagged Music Database.

Associate Prof. of Comp. Sci. at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

 

Pamela Liberty Thompson
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2011
pthompso@catawba.edu
Website
Pamela's IPROMISE Project on YouTube

PhD Dissertation:
Mining for Knowledge to Build Decision Support System for Diagnosis and Treatment of Tinnitus.

Associate Prof. & Dean of Ketner School of Business at Catawba College

 

Hakim Touati
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Spring, 2014
hakim.touati@optym.com
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Automated Meta-actions Discovery for Personalized Medical Treatments.

Software Engineer at OPTYM, Gainesville, FL

 

Li-Shiang Tsay
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2005
ltsay@ncat.edu
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Discovering Extended Action Rules (DEAR).

Associate Prof. of IT at North Carolina A&T State University

 

Angelina A. Tzacheva
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2004
aatzache@uncc.edu
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Action Rules: Feasibility and Lowest Cost Reclassification.

Teaching Associate Prof. of Comp. Sci. at UNC-Charlotte

 

Cynthia Xin Zhang
PhD, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Fall, 2007
xin.zhang@uncp.edu
Website

PhD Dissertation:
Cooperative Music Retrieval Based on Automatic Indexing of Music by Instruments and Their Types.

Associate Prof. of Comp. Sci. at University of North Carolina, Pembroke
Last Updated: January 28, 2015