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Naveen Sharma

Department Chair

Department of Software Engineering
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

585-475-2472
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Naveen Sharma

Department Chair

Department of Software Engineering
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Education

MS, Indian Institutes of Science (India); Ph.D., Kent State University

585-475-2472

Currently Teaching

DSCI-633
3 Credits
A foundations course in data science, emphasizing both concepts and techniques. The course provides an overview of data analysis tasks and the associated challenges, spanning data preprocessing, model building, model evaluation, and visualization. The major areas of machine learning, such as unsupervised, semisupervised and supervised learning are covered by data analysis techniques including classification, clustering, association analysis, anomaly detection, and statistical testing. The course includes a series of assignments utilizing practical datasets from diverse application domains, which are designed to reinforce the concepts and techniques covered in lectures. A substantial project related to one or more data sets culminates the course.
DSCI-799
3 - 6 Credits
This non-class-based experience provides the student with an individual opportunity to explore a project-based or a research-based project that advances knowledge in an area of data science. The student selects a problem, conducts background research, develops the system or devises a research approach, analyses the results, and builds a professional document and presentation that disseminates the project. The report must include a literature review. The final report structure is to be determined by the capstone advisor.
SWEN-599
1 - 3 Credits
The student will work independently under the supervision of a faculty adviser on a topic not covered in other courses (proposal signed by a faculty member)
SWEN-711
3 Credits
This course introduces beginning graduate students to key concepts and techniques underlying the engineering of self-adaptive and autonomic software systems. Such software systems are capable of self-management, self-healing, self-tuning, self-configuration and self-protection. The course content includes an introduction of self-adaptive software systems and defines their characteristics. This will be followed by foundational engineering principles and methodology for achieving self-adaptive systems – feedback control, modeling, machine learning, and systems concepts. Selected seminal research paper reading and a term-long project will also be covered in the class.

In the News

  • August 2, 2018

    A man stands on stage and talks to a group of people. Attached to the edge of the stage is a banner that reads "Second International Workshop on Urban Data Science." There are also several flower arrangements scattered across the stage.

    RIT brings together ‘smart city’ experts for workshop

    As part of RIT’s Urban Data Science initiative, 100 researchers and practitioners from around the world came together to discuss the future of smart cities at the International Workshop on Urban Data Science in Bangkok.