Victor Adewopo

Institution/Organization: University of Cincinnati

Department: School Of Information Technology

Academic Status: Graduate Student

What conference theme areas are you interested in (check all that apply):

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for science and engineering;
Applications in science, engineering, and industry;
Data assimilation, challenges in data science, math of AI and ML


My career goal is to become a Professor in Information science, with sound experience to offer rich learning experience to my students in theoretical principles and practical applications. I have interest in data science and visualization. I have acquired 4 years of experience in classroom teaching and I possess extensive research and data analytics experience in deep learning algorithm and data mining. During my undergraduate studies, I worked with an Educational Institute (Kojex Consult) on campus as a Class Tutor. In this role, I tutored teenagers and young adults who are preparing for pre-university examination. My current Teaching Assistant role enabled me to impart knowledge to undergraduate students and as well learn teaching and research skills that will enrich my graduate research and learning outcomes at UC.

Non-Work Related Activities/Interests: 

I am a student leader in my university and I currently occupy the position of the distance leaning representative of my University Graduate Student Association. I am a volunteer with the Women In Technology forum and also an active member of national society of black engineers. All my life experience as revolved round the application of computer science knowledge in improving quality of human lives. Currently, I volunteer as a Teacher/Educator under the auspices of a Prison Outreach and Education project led by a Non-Profit Organisation (African Torch Bearers) in Nigeria. As one of the Team Leaders in this project, I developed strategic plans and curriculum for educational initiatives of the Organization and supervised the implementation. About Twenty (20) of the prisoners who I have taught under this project are currently enrolled in Universities in Nigeria. I have been successful in assisting students to enhance their learning ability, by effectively combining their personal intellectual strength with the classroom curriculum/tasks (quiz, group discussion, and lab exercises).