My main areas of research include computer systems security and intrusion detection and prevention systems. In the latter part, I aim to create an intrusion detection and prevention system which are able to detect and protect network intrusions effectively and in reasonable
I work on developing methodological tools (statistical methods) based on nonparametric econometric methods that are applied to many areas of economics. In particular, in the last few years I have been working in the areas of economic growth and economic development and the process of convergence
My research lies at the intersection between serious mental illness and drug addiction. This is a chicken-or-egg question that has been difficult to answer. By combing behavioural, pharmacological and neuroimaging approaches, we test the causal underpinnings of these co-occurring disorders.
Promotion of dairy cattle health, production, efficiency, and welfare not only contributes to economic viability of the dairy production sector, but also provides benefits to the consumers of milk products. These benefits include environmental sustainability, maintenance of milk nutritional quality and safety, as well as assurance that milk is sourced from animals that have been raised humanely.
I combine experiments, simulations, and theory to tackling problems like improving small hydropower systems, modeling the climate inside greenhouses, and studying airflow in both industrial processes and outdoors.