Disaster 2.0 Project
PhD in Computer Science, The University of Georgia
MS in Artificial Intelligence, The University of Georgia
MA in Philosophy, Tulane University
BA in Philosophy, Spring Hill College
Fred is a research fellow on the Disaster 2.0 project, investigating the use of social media and semantic technologies in disaster management. Before joining Aston, he received a PhD in computer science and a master's degree in artificial intelligence from The University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. He also worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition and as a visiting researcher at the Kno.e.sis Center of Wright State University. He has also taught several undergraduate and graduate courses in computer science and philosophy.
Nonmonotonic and Paraconsistent Reasoning
The Semantic Web
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