Leadership is the most important factor that attracted me to QCRI. Need for creativity is the second factor. Innovation is a very important factor at QCRI. At QCRI we are being challenged continuously, we have been asked to think big. We are supposed to do research with applications that are of great impact, nationally and internationally.
Halima is working broadly on statistical machine learning, applied it to medical areas for research that is referred to as: machine learning in Bioinformatics.
Most importantly, Halima is focusing on:
Halima Bensmail is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of Tennessee and an adjunct faculty member at ORNL. She received her PhD in Mathematics and statistics from the University of Jussieu and INRIA in December 1995. She holds a BS degree in Mathematics from University of Science, Rabat and a MS degree of Mathematics and statistics from the University of Jussieu, Paris, France. She spent one year at the University of Washington, one year at the Fred Hutchinson cancer research center and two years at the Data Theory center, at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands. She advised five PhD students and over 20 Master students in different field of mathematical and computational sciences.
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