Sabbir M. Rashid is a Ph.D. candidate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute working with Professor Deborah McGuinness on research related to data annotation and harmonization, ontology engineering, knowledge representation, and various forms of reasoning. Prior to attending RPI, Sabbir completed a double major at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he received B.S. degrees in both Physics and Electrical & Computer Engineering. Much of his graduate studies at RPI have involved research related to the semantic annotation and transformation of data using Semantic Data Dictionaries. His current work includes the application of deductive and abductive inference techniques over linked health data, such as in the context of chronic diseases like diabetes.
Sabbir M. Rashid
Projects as Research Assistant
The Center for Health Empowerment by Analytics, Learning, and Semantics (HEALS) is a five-year collaboration between Rensselaer and IBM aimed at researching how the application of advanced cognitive computing capabilities can help people to understand an
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