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Dr. Shamim Khan - Columbus State University

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Columbus State University

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Education and Certifications

  • Ph.D. in Computation; University of Manchester, UK
  • MSc in Applied Physics & Electronics; Rajshahi University, Bangladesh
  • BSc (Hon) in Applied Physics & Electronics; Rajshahi University, Bangladesh


Shamim Khan earned his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Applied Physics & Electronics from Rajshahi University, Bangladesh in 1977 and 1979 respectively, and his Ph.D. in Computation from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), UK in 1984. His PhD research was on digital image processing using a multiprocessor computer system.

Dr. Khan has taught Computer Science at a number of universities in Asia, Australia and the US. He is currently a Professor at the TSYS School of Computer Science at Columbus State University, Georgia. Apart from computer vision, his current research interests include the application of artificial intelligence techniques for knowledge representation and decision support and Computer Science education. He has more than thirty-five publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He was the Principal Investigator for a $1.5 million DoD contract awarded to CSU in 2011.

Dr. Khan has taught courses in artificial intelligence, database systems, graphical user interfaces, software testing, and computer simulation. He has supervised undergraduate and graduate research in a variety of areas. He was the founding Chair of the CSU Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SRACE) Committee, and currently serves as a member of the University Institutional Review Board, Distance Learning Committee and the SRACE committee.

Academic Areas

  • Soft computing methodologies and applications
  • Intelligent decision support systems
  • Knowledge representation
  • Digital image processing and computer vision

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