I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgia State University(GSU), and founding director of our Data Mining Laboratory.
l enjoy living in Atlanta, being able to supervise excellent studends and faculty. I joined GSU in 2013, after working for Montana State University (MSU) for about a decadeI also enjoy working on meaningful research projects with teams of highly-motivated scientists, and teaching our students on the topics directly related to my research.
I think what excites me the most about Big Data Mining (my area of expertise) is the ability of this field to contribute to multiple aspects of our lives. I enjoy interdisciplinary research and consider Big Data Mining as a perfect field for building collaborations between different disciplines of science, as well as highly beneficial for industry.
My main interests lie in the Data Mining area, and specifically in the challenge of new knowledge acquisition from real-life, massive databases. Since my arrival to GSU my research has been funded by NASA and NSF(currently the major contributor). More detailed description of my professional interests can be found in my research section, and my publications are listed here.
Professor of Computer Science (http://grid.cs.gsu.edu/~rangryk/ )
Director, Data Mining Laboratory (http://grid.cs.gsu.edu/~dmlab/ )
Affiliate Professor of Physics and Astronomy (http://phy-astr.gsu.edu/contact-us/faculty-2/)