I received my BS in Software Engineering from Urmia University (Iran) and my MSc in Computer Science from Ozyegin University (Turkey). My master thesis was a part of computational neuroscience project, and my research activity was mainly related to Machine Learning, Image Processing, and Neuroscience.
In February 2018, I joined DDIS as a Ph.D. student. Currently, I am a member of "Privacy-Preserving, Peta-Scale Stream Analytics for Domain Experts" project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. In this project, my main focus is to utilize differential privacy effectively in stream processing setting.
Differential Privacy, Stream Processing, Data Science, Machine Learning, Big Data
Ashena, Narges, et al. "Real-time decoding of arm kinematics during grasping based on F5 neural spike data." International Symposium on Neural Networks. Springer, Cham, 2017.