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Full Time Faculty
The primary focus of Dr. Anu's research is on development and empirical validation of effective methods for verification and validation (V&V) of software artifacts.
Dr. Anu's Research Interests include:
Software Engineering, Requirements Engineering, Human Error in Software Engineering, Software Inspections, Software Quality Improvement, Empirical Software Engineering, Software Engineering Education, Human Factors in Cybersecurity
• Data Center Networks (DCNs): design and analysis of DCN architectures, flow scheduling with software-defined networking technologies.
• Cloud computing: virtual machine placement, cloud application scheduling, cloudlet deployment for mobile cloud computing.
• Green computing: energy-aware scheduling on multiprocessor platforms and on network-on-chip systems, power and energy related issues in cloud computing and data centers.
2. Augmented/Virtual Reality: AI in 3D Video Games, 3D Speech Synthesis, 3D Parametric Modeling, 3D Physical Modeling and 3D Physiological Modeling, Computer Graphics and 3D Animation
Image retrieval, in particular content-based retrieval where I consider indexing schemes that allow flexible retrieval metrics to be created on the fly so that very large databases can be accessed efficiently and accurately.
Classification and data mining, where I am particularly interested in adaptive metric nearest-neighbor techniques and compact subspace representation for building robust classifiers from limited training data.
- Center for Computing and Information Science, 327K
Hyperspectral Sensors and Data
Distributed Processing of Remote Sensed Data
Information Hiding in Images
Energy Efficiency in Data Centers
Computer Science Education
- Center for Computing and Information Science, 227F
Big Data Analytics and Management
Wireless Sensor Networks
Online Social Networks
- Center for Computing and Information Science, 227A
Machine Learning and Data Mining - Predictive Analytics, Decision Support Systems, Domain-Specific Knowledge Discovery, Text Mining and Linguistics Issues, Scientific Data Analysis
Database Systems - Big Data Management, Cloud Computing, Web Databases, XML and DSML
Environmental Computing (Env. Sc. & Mgmt. PhD Program) - Green IT, Urban Policy, Geo-informatics
Best Paper Award, IT Track (Short Paper), IEEE IEMTRONICS, Toronto, Canada, Apr 2021 -
Information to Wisdom: Commonsense Knowledge Extraction and Compilation, Research Tutorial at ACM WSDM, Israel (Online Conference) Mar 2021 -
Best Paper Award, Robotics Track, IEEE IEMTRONICS, Vancouver Canada, Sep 2020 - https://www.montclair.edu/csam/2020/09/14/computer-science-student-and-faculty-receive-best-paper-award-at-ieee-iemtronics-2020/
Meeting Turing Awardees Yann LeCun, Geoffrey Hinton, Yoshua Bengio; Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman; Chess Grand Master Garry Kasparov; AI Book Author Stuart Russell at AAAI:2020 -
Best Paper Award, IoT Track, IEEE UEMCON, Columbia University, NY, Oct 2019 -
Mention in NJ Newspaper, w.r.t. discussing Robotics and "Wave of the Future", Jun 2018 -
Meeting Sir Tim Berners Lee, Turing Award Winner and Inventor of the World Wide Web, Apr 2018 -
Commonsense for Machine Intelligence: Text to Knowledge and Knowledge to Text, Research Tutorial in ACM CIKM, Singapore, Nov 2017 -
Best Graduate Research Presentation Award, Montclair State Univ. Research Symposium, Apr 2017 -
Best Paper Award, Big Data Track, IEEE UEMCON, Columbia University, NY, Oct 2016 -
Founder and Chair of PIKM: PhD Workshops in ACM CIKM (Conference on Information and Knowledge Management) - PIKM 2014: Shanghai, China, Nov 2014 -
- Center for Computing and Information Science, 227D
Smart Cyber-Physical Systems
Human Factors and Ergonomics in HRI
Distributed Robotics and Control Systems
Adjunct offices are located in the Center for Computing and Information Science rooms 239 and 339.