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Kemal Aydin, Ph.D.

Program Chair, ITech

kemal.aydin@franklin.edu

Profile

Kemal Aydin holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey. He has received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Computing from University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2009. He published "Unsupervised Learning Algorithms" books at 2016 by Springer. He received $15,000 grant from Microsoft for Machine Learning LAB in 2016. He founded and supervised the following labs: ACM-ICPC, ACM-W, AI, Bioinformatics, Cybersecurity, Design, Drone, Industry, and Starter Labs.

Education

2008
University of Arkansas at Little Rock (Little Rock, Arkansas)
Doctor of Philosophy, Applied Science
2000
Dokuz Eylul University (Ä°zmir, Turkey)
Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering

Work Experience

2020 - Present
Franklin University, Program Chair, ITech
2019 - 2019
Franklin University, Program Chair, Information Technology
2017 - 2019
Franklin University, Lead Faculty, Computer Science
2017 - Present
Franklin University, Associate Professor
2014 - 2017
North American University, Associate Professor, Houston, Texas
2012 - 2014
North American University, Assistant Professor, Houston, Texas
2009 - 2012
University of Arkansas, Assistant Professor

Publications & Presentations

Aydin, K., & Aydin Ph.D., K. (2016). Unsupervised Learning Algorithms.

Professional Service

2014
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Project Olympiad
2013
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Project Olympiad