M. R. Hasan
Curiosity is Infectious...
For my short biography and CV, visit this page.
I have multiple funded positions for graduate (Ph.D. and Master's) and undergraduate students to work on machine learning projects. If you are interested, self-motivated, hardworking, and adventurous, you may contact me at email@example.com
ResearchMy research revolves around machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL), which are data-driven inductive learning paradigms of artificial intelligence (AI). I am interested to advance ML/DL research in two dimensions. (i) Science: investigate biases in the DL models, design generalizable solutions, and create explainable AI; and (ii) Application: apply ML/DL for solving practical problems in computer vision and Natural Language Processing (NLP).
AI for Social Good: I have been utilizing AI for performing social good, which includes a National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored project to improve STEM performance via an AI-based just-in-time personalized intervention system and using DL towards preventing COVID-19-related misinformation from online social media.
For information on my past and current research projects, visit this page.
I have created an extensive set of tutorials on ML/DL, which are posted on my GitHub page.
TeachingMy passion for teaching is inspired by my mentor Richard Feynman! I am enthusiastic about conveying the joy and excitement of the world of modern AI through my lectures on ML and DL.
For information on my teaching adventures, visit this page.
- [2022, September 2] Received a grant from the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center (NGTC) at the UNL for preliminary research on building an AI to combat misinformation in social media
- [2022, December 11 - 15] Presented our paper on self-supervised learning (SSL) at the 21st IEEE International Conference in Machine Learning and Applications (ICMLA) in Nassau, Bahamas
- [2022, October 19] Received the UNL College of Engineering (COE) 2021-2022 Research Excellence Award
- [2022, October 3] Selected as the 2022-2023 Research Development Fellows Program (RDFP) fellow at UNL
- [2022, September] Served as an NSF panelist
- [2022, September 7] Congratulations Nathan Roberts for obtaining the UCARE (Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experience) award! Welcome to the team
- [2022, September 2] Our paper titled "Self-Supervised Learning in the Twilight of Noisy Real-World Datasets" has been accepted at the 21st IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications (ICMLA)
- [2022, September 2] Received a grant from the Longitudinal Networks Core (LNC) at the UNL for preliminary research on the AI-based psychological intervention system
- [2022, August 5] My student Thomas Walton (Summer 2022 UCARE) presented a poster on his research on neural network during the UNL COE Summer Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF). Well done, Tom!
- [2022, July 25] Story of our NSF-sponsored research on AI for behavioral intervention is published in the Nebraska Today
- [2022, June 21] Received the UNL Collaboration Initiative Grant. Role: Co-PI. Project: An Innovative AI-Augmented Real-Time Remote Access Engineering Lab Using Robotics and Computer Vision
- [2022, June 7] Received the UNL Collaboration Initiative Grant. Role: Co-PI. Project: Artificial intelligence-based condition monitoring and fault detection for power system equipment
- [2022, June 1 - 3] Attended the NSF AAAS-Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) Initiative summit in Washington DC
- [2022, May 12] Session chair at the 2022 International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS)
- [2022, March 23] Congratulations Thomas Walton for obtaining the Summer 2022 UCARE award!
- [2022, February 13] Article accepted in the Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems: Technology, Planning, and Operations
- [2022, January 17] Submitted 3 grant applications for AI-based projects to the UNL Collaboration Initiative
- [2021, December 17] Received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for designing an AI-based psychological just-in-time intervention system to improve STEM performance
- [2021, December 15] Presented our paper at the 20th IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IAT 2021)
- [2021, December 1] Congratulations to Rojina Deuja for successfully defending her M.S. thesis on Semantically Meaningful Sentence Embeddings
- [2021, November 8] Presented our paper at the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2021)
- [2021, November 4] Joined a panel discussion on Racial Bias in Artificial Intelligence Models as part of the Cooper Community Conversation at the UNL
- [2021, October 21] Paper accepted at the 20th IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology (WI-IAT 2021)
- [2021, September 24] Talk given at the Youth Leadership Lincoln seminar "Arts and Media" on My Students, Online Misinformation, and AI
- [2021, August 26] Paper accepted at the 2021 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2021)
- [2021, July 28] Article published in the Journal of Machine Learning With Applications
- [2021, May 13] Received the UNL CSE Department Students Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching of Graduate-Level Courses
- [2021, April 22] Congratulations to Atharva Tendle for successfully defending his M.S. thesis on "The Revolution Will Not be Supervised": An Investigation of the Efficacy and Reasoning Process of Self-Supervised Representations
- [2021, April 13] Congratulations to Yuanzhi Chen for successfully defending his M.S. thesis on Towards a Machine Learning based Generalizable Framework for Detecting COVID-19 Misinformation on Social Media
- [2021, April 6] Received a grant from the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center at the UNL for developing a Deep Learning framework to identify health-related misinformation from online social media
- [2020, November 13] Talk given at the INFOTEC Conference by AIM Institute on Challenges of AI to Detect Misinformation
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ContactMohammad Rashedul Hasan
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Office: Nebraska Hall (NH) 430K
Lincoln, NE 68588-0115
Phone: (402) 472 5026
Fax: (402) 472 4732