Assist. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fahim

  • Institute: Institute of Information security and cyberphysical systems
  • Center: Lab of Cyberphysical Systems
  • University: Innopolis University
  • Country: Russia

Muhammad Fahim earned his Ph.D. from Department of Computer Engineering, Kyung Hee University, South Korea, in 2014, got Master’s degree in Computer Science, specialized in Machine Learning from National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Pakistan, in 2009, and obtained Undergraduate degree in Computer Science with distinction “Gold-medalist” from Gomal University, Pakistan, in 2007. He worked as Post-Doctoral research scientist at Ubiquitous Computing Lab, Kyung Hee University, South Korea. He also served as an Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Engineering at Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University, Istanbul, Turkey and led machine learning research lab for three years. He also worked with Smart Environment Research Group (SERG), University of Ulster, UK and Tecnalia Research and Innovations, Health division, San Sabastian, Spain.

Dr. Fahim research work, comprising over 30 articles, published in various international conferences, journals, book chapter and patent. He is also providing professional services that includes invited talks, seminars, member of technical program committees for international conference, and refereed for journal papers. His research interests include mobile and wearable computing, ubiquitous computing with artificial intelligence for wellness, u-lifecare and sports applications. He particularly interested in human-aware computing, behavior and context mining in smart environments. He also contributed in several research projects including uLCR: East-West Neo Medical u-Lifecare IT Research Center (funded by Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Korea), MiningMinds: Development of Personal Big Data Analysis Platform and Core Technologies (funded by Ministry of Industry and Commerce, South Korea), ATHENA: Acivity-awareness for Human Engaged Wellness Application and Holodigilog Human Media Research Center at Kwangwoon University, Seoul, South Korea.