Data Mining, Cyber Security, Health Informatics, Big Data
PhD, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
MS, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
BS, Makerere University Kampala, Uganda
Josephine Namayanja has a broad interest in research primarily in data mining. Her research focuses on the application of data mining to detect persistent patterns associated to change in network behavior. This research poses potential benefits in the domain of cyber security. She has also worked on research in healthcare where she has proposed methods that can be utilized in disease management and patient care, particularly to address needs for individuals with Metabolic Syndrome and Type II Diabetes respectively. Her research has been published in prestigious venues such as IEEE Big Data, IEEE Intelligence and Security Informatics, and Journal of Medical Systems. Her research has also been recommended by principle scientists in the domain and voted among the top articles in the domain. She is currently working on various research-related projects on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Cyber Security Analytics for Massive Communication Graphs.