Dr. Roman V. Yampolskiy
Assistant Professor at Univ of Louisville
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Roman V. Yampolskiy holds a PhD degree from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University at Buffalo. There he was a recipient of a four year NSF (National Science Foundation) IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship) fellowship. Before beginning his doctoral studies Dr. Yampolskiy received a BS/MS (High Honors) combined degree in Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, USA.

After completing his PhD dissertation Dr. Yampolskiy held a position of an Affiliate Academic at the Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University of London, College of London. In August of 2008 Dr. Yampolskiy accepted an assistant professor position at the Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville, KY. He had previously conducted research at the Laboratory for Applied Computing (currently known as Center for Advancing the Study of Infrastructure) at the Rochester Institute of Technology and at the Center for Unified Biometrics and Sensors at the University at Buffalo.

Dr. Yampolskiy’s main areas of interest are behavioral biometrics, digital forensics, pattern recognition, genetic algorithms, neural networks, artificial intelligence and games. Dr. Yampolskiy is an author of over 50 publications including multiple journal articles and books. His research has been cited by numerous scientists and profiled in popular magazines both American and foreign (New Scientist, Poker Magazine, Science World Magazine), dozens of websites (Yahoo! News, ACM TechNews, Security World) and on radio (German National Radio). Reports about his work have attracted international attention and have been translated into many languages including Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, and Spanish.
Publications (4)

Proceedings Article | 16 April 2008
Proc. SPIE. 6943, Sensors, and Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) Technologies for Homeland Security and Homeland Defense VII
KEYWORDS: Artificial intelligence, Behavioral biometrics, Biometrics, Robots, Homeland security, Profiling, Distance measurement, Security technologies, Statistical modeling, Analytical research

Proceedings Article | 17 March 2008
Proc. SPIE. 6944, Biometric Technology for Human Identification V
KEYWORDS: Biometrics, Behavioral biometrics, Databases, Computer security, Data modeling, Computer simulations, Computer intrusion detection, Feature extraction, Statistical analysis, Data centers

Proceedings Article | 12 April 2007
Proc. SPIE. 6539, Biometric Technology for Human Identification IV
KEYWORDS: Biometrics, Mahalanobis distance, Behavioral biometrics, Detection and tracking algorithms, Computing systems, Computer security, Databases, Pattern recognition, Spatial frequencies, Information security

Proceedings Article | 17 April 2006
Proc. SPIE. 6202, Biometric Technology for Human Identification III
KEYWORDS: Computer intrusion detection, Behavioral biometrics, Network security, Computer security, Computing systems, Biometrics, Databases, Operating systems, Internet, Reliability

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