Dong Si, Ph.D.
Dong Si is currently an assistant professor at University of Washington Bothell. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Old Dominion University Virginia, and his B.S. in Electronic Information Science from Nanjing University China. Over the years, Dong’s research has included multi-modality data analytics, feature detection and pattern recognition, machine learning and data mining, geometric modeling, and computational structural biomedical informatics.
Dong Si’s research interest is mainly focused on developing and applying machine learning and data mining techniques to solve biomedical, health, and social science problems, such as biomedical image data analysis, protein structure predictions, Parkinson’s, Major Depression and social networking data analysis. In addition, he is interested in promoting early engagement of undergraduate students (especially for women and underrepresented students) in machine learning, biomedical informatics, and the data science field by introducing interdisciplinary studies, and inspiring students to pursue advanced STEM education and research careers.
Old Dominion University
- B.S. Electronic Information Science