My research work span the entire spectrum of the Web. My research focus includes investigating standards that form the backbone of the Web, designing complex software applications using the technical standards, and studying the user experience aspects of designed artifacts. Specifically, my research efforts are about system interoperability, human rights datasets, web services, design patterns, design and development of complex software systems, data science, data-driven decision making, website quality and user experience, active analytics, IT for Nonprofits, IT standardization, and collaborative web search.
I provide freelance technology consultancy services to small businesses, startup companies, and non-profit organizations. I offer consultation on technology and business planning, lean development, designing complex web application systems, data-driven decision making, minimum viable product development, and product testing. If you are interested in the consultation services, contact me via email.
If you are a student interested in working on your master thesis, honors project, or directed independent study; review project pages provided in the categories section, in particular, research opportunities page.
Other Collaborative Research Initiatives that I am Affiliated with
The UNF Digital Humanities Institute (DHI) promotes collaboration on interdisciplinary projects that combine the use of technology with materials and methodologies the Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences to solve problems in interesting or original ways. Dr. Clayton McCarl is the founding director of DHI.
I am affiliated with coloniaLabproject whose lead investigator is Dr. Clayton McCarl, Associate Professor of Spanish. coloniaLab focuses on editing manuscript and rare print texts related to colonial Latin America into XML formatted documents.
Digging into Text research project is affiliated with the digital humanities initiative.
UNF DHI Website
The CSHERI is a collaborative group of university faculty, community stakeholders, community partners, and professionals in the field of sexual health. CSHERI and its members work from an evidence-based perspective and conduct impactful, ethical, and community-based research to inform sexual health practices. The founder and director of CSHERI is Dr. Robert J. Zeglin, Assistant Professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at the University of North Florida.
As a member of CSHERI team, I provide consultation as well as supervise the design and develop data collection application systems. These data collection systems will be used by CSHERI researchers to gather sexual health behavioral data. We are building these systems in both web and mobile device platforms. William Milligan is an information systems student working as a research assistant for CSHERI and developing the web-based data collection system.
UNF School of Computing Data Analytics Research Group consists of Drs. Indika Kahanda, Xudong Liu, Sandeep Reddivari, and Karthikeyan Umapathy. Dr. Sandeep Reddivari is the lead investigator of the group. We are developing specialized parsers to detect and classify texts depicted in a variety of formats in document corpus due to regional influence of the original texts.
The Florida Data Science for Social Good (FL-DSSG) program blends data science and technology design to inform and solve important social problems in Florida. We accomplish this goal by partnering with local non-profit and public sector organizations, analyze their data, and find impactful solutions to social issues. The FL-DSSG program provide internships for students from diverse disciplines to work on these data science projects along with our community partners. Local non-profit and public sector organizations receive data analysis and data visualization reports that support their work.
See below tag cloud for overview of my peer-reviewed research works, generated based on the publication titles.
Publication tag cloud was created on September 2018 using WordClouds.com.