Phd Thesis Acknowledgement

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Opinions expressed in this paper are the author’s and are not necessarily those of the Bureau of Prisons.” Many include passive-aggressive nods towards those who they feel have wronged them: paper to propose to his girlfriend – a fellow researcher at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Alberta, Canada. Glen Wright tweets @Academia Obscura (send any other amusing acknowledgements his way).The The internet has released the vast variety of the sources that are required for a student to find the answer to related questions.But while I hope the pages reach the intended audience (the Learning Analytics community), I wonder if anyone beyond that will read it. A lot of people, friends, family, and colleagues, were part of the process.

First, I am indebted to my thesis advisor, Mohamed F. Since my first day in graduate school, Mohamed believed in me like nobody else and gave me endless support.

It all started in Fall 2009 when he offered me such a great opportunity to join the data management lab.

This dissertation would not have been possible without their warm love, continued patience, and endless support.

Writing this book has been an exercise in sustained suffering.

Besides my advisor, I would like to thank the rest of my dissertation committee members (Gedas Adocmivicius, Shashi Shekhar, and Eric Van Wyk) for their great support and invaluable advice. Adomavicius, an expert in context-aware recommender systems, for his crucial remarks that shaped my final dissertation. Shekhar for his insightful comments and for sharing with me his tremendous experience in the spatial data management field. Eric Van Wyk for agreeing to serve on my dissertation committee on such a short notice as a replacement for John Riedl. John Riedl (former thesis committee member), an excellent teacher and pioneer in the recommender systems area, who unfortunately passed away a few months before the official dissertation defense.

I would like to thank my lab mates for their continued support.On the academic level, Mohamed taught me fundamentals of conducting scientific research in the database systems area.Under his supervision, I learned how to define a research problem, find a solution to it, and finally publish the results.Free tools for college are helpful for solving the questions of the college going people. Summarised in 131 pages and 18 scientific publications. While the new title does sound cool (how else can one be taken seriously when announcing world domination), the biggest result is the little book: the dissertation, in my case, on Learning Dashboards. But more than just research and writing went into this achievement.So even if the main contribution doesn’t reach a large audience, I hope the acknowledgements in my book do. I loved all things space and dinosaur related, and had an awesome Physics teacher.Without these people, I would not be where I am today, nor would this small advancement in Learning Analytics research. However, that same teacher told me studying Physics would most likely land me in Finance. But after completing my degree and spending years in the private sector, I wondered if I had made the right decision.I also had one summer internship at NEC laboratories where I have collaborated with wonderful scientists in the Data Management department.I would like to thank Jagan Sankaranarayanan (my mentor at NEC Labs) and Hakan Hacigumus (my manager at NEC Labs) for their great mentorship and guidance.This dissertation would not have been possible without the intellectual contribution of Justin J. Moreover, I am thankful to James Avery and Ahmed Eldawy for their collaboration and contribution in various projects related to this dissertation.I would also like to thank my other lab mates that include Louai Alarabi, Jie Bao, Chi-Yin Chow, Abdeltawab Hendawi, Mohamed Khalefa, Amr Magdy, and Joe Naps for making my experience in the data management lab and graduate school exciting and fun. I spent two summers at Microsoft Research where I had the chance to collaborate with fantastic researchers.

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