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NetObjects Fusion Essentials


Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
Dana Mohler-Faria Science & Mathematics Center
Bridgewater State University
Email: hkhojasteh@bridgew.edu
Phone No.: (508)531-1439
Office: DMF341

Welcome to my webpage! I have joined the Department of Computer Science at Bridgewater State University since September 2017.I have obtained my Ph.D. degree from the Department of Computer Science at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada in Spring 2016. Also, I have received my M.Sc. degree in Computer Science from Ryerson University in 2011. I received my B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran.

Research Interests:

Cloud Computing and Data Centers, Distributed Systems, Computer Networks, Wireless Networks and Communication, Wireless Sensor Networks,  Mathematical Modeling and Optimization, Performance Analysis, Stochastic Processes, Data Analysis, Machine Learning.

I have been the instructor of Computer Networks and Programming for Scientists courses at Ryerson University. Since Spring 2016 I have been involved in two data analytics projects as a postdoctoral researcher and data scientist at Ryerson University. The first project is aimed to analyze the distribution of ratings on RateMyProfessors.com and also, propose a spam detection method for the reviews available on the mentioned website. The goal of the second project is to investigate the purchasing behavior in online marketplaces. Moreover, my research during my PhD studies at Ryerson University aimed to improve the resource allocation, task scheduling and task admission control of cloud computing systems and mobile clouds. I am enthusiastic to develop resource allocation solutions for cloud datacenters with particular focus on network congestion and different topologies of datacenter networks. Also, I am interested in the development of efficient task-level network scheduling techniques across the datacenter networks. As another research direction, I am interested in solving the network heterogeneity issues in mobile clouds. In my earlier research, I have also presented solutions to the problem of WLAN/RFID networks coexistence and integration in the ISM (2.45 GHz) frequency band environment. Moreover, I have been formerly working in Voice over IP (VoIP), Next Generation Network (NGN) and IP Multimedia System (IMS) projects.