Dr. Reza Parizi
“What does this have to do with real life?” This is simply my research and teaching philosophy. More than a decade of reading and reflection has convinced me that it would be a waste of time and resources, if we fail to address the above question as a scholar/educator.
A brief bio...
Dr. Parizi is the Director of the Decentralized Science Lab (dSL) and a consummate technologist and cybersecurity researcher with an entrepreneurial spirit at KSU. He is a member of Georgia FinTech Academy
and Global Digital Economy Leadership Council (GDELC), as well as Senior IEEE, IEEE
Blockchain Community, and ACM. Prior to joining KSU, he was an Asst. Professor at
New York Institute of Technology. He has applied his insights and expertise to a host
of innovative and technology driven projects across start-ups in IoT security, software,
and education industries. He received a Ph.D. in Software Engineering in 2012 and
M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in Software Engineering and Computer Science respectively
in 2008 and 2005.
He has more than 10 years of working experience in industrial software development and project managing. He is currently serving on the advisory board of FinTech4Good-Blockchain. His interests are R&D in AI-assisted Cybersecuirty, Federated learning, Blockchain, Smart contract programming, emerging issues in software engineering, IoT, and the practice of secure software-run world applications. He has published several research papers in top reputable scientific journals (such as, IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, Computers & Security, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, Neural Computing and Applications, Information and Software Technology, Journal of Systems and Software, Journal of Soft Computing, and International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer, to just name a few) and international conferences and also has two copyrights to his credit.
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