Ali Raza received his BS degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan, in 2017, his MS degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering from the Hongik University, Korea, in 2020. Between degrees, Ali has worked as associate researcher at the Information Security and Artificial Intelligence Lab, Gachon University, Korea.
He is currently pursuing a cotutelle (dual award) PhD jointly funded by the University of Lille in France and the University of Kent. He is currently studying at the Human Centered Design (HCD) team, GEMTEX, ENSAIT, French Grande Ecole in Roubaix, being supervised by Dr Kim Phuc Tran and Prof Ludovic Koehl. His UK co-supervisor at the University of Kent is Professor Shujun Li, and he will come to study at Kent for a year in 2022. Ali's research topic is smart healthcare with federated learning and data privacy. His research interests include cryptography, cyber-security, and machine learning.
As co-curricular activities, Ali enjoys playing cricket, badminton and Football. Ali is also fond of travelling, and adventurous games like skydiving and rafting.
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