I am currently a Research Fellow on the AutoAdapt project, an EPSRC project that aims to develop and evaluate methods for automated adaptation of knowledge structures for assisted information seeking. The project is a collaboration between Computing researchers at the Robert Gordon University (RGU), University of Essex and the Open University.
My research interests are in Information Retrieval, Text Mining, Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) plus other Artificial Intelligence areas and their practical applications. I worked on "Case Reuse in Textual CBR" for my PhD thesis and developed a truly "Distributed Constraint Solver using Distributed Penalty-driven Local search (DisPeL)" for my MSc project both at RGU School of Computing. My undergraduate project was the development of a "Face Recognition system using Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Fisher Discriminant Analysis (FDA)" at the Computer Science and Engineering department, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Nigeria.