About CSRC

Computing Sciences Research Center (CSRC) was established in 2017, by Prof. Arafat Awajan, hosted by the Department of Computer Science at the King Hussein School of Computing Sciences, it provides research opportunities and support for faculty, students and interested parties in different disciplines in the information technology field. And a strong focus on Natural Processing Languages, Security and Digital Criminology & Data Science.

 

Natural Language Processing Research Groups

The Natural Language Processing Research Groups at the King Hussein School of Computing Sciences, PSUT, conducts theoretical and applied research in the following areas: analysis of written texts at all levels - morphological, syntactic, and semantic; corpus management and lexical databases; semantic representation of natural language expressions; semantic web, ontologies, knowledge representation and reasoning; applications of machine learning techniques to text processing; dialog representation and management; synthesis and recognition of speech.

 

Security and Digital Criminology Research Groups

The Security & Digital Criminology Research Groups at the King Hussein School of Computing Sciences, PSUT, conducts theoretical and applied research in the following: user and data authentication, secure usage of smartcards, security for Internet of Things, usable security.

 

Data Science Research Groups

The Security & Digital Criminology Research Groups at the King Hussein School of Computing Sciences, PSUT, focuses on large-scale data management, data mining and data analysis using technologies from database management Systems (DBMS’s), Statistical Machine Learning (SML), and Information Visualization. Such research in a Big Data era is called Data Science, which is a profession, a research agenda, as well as a sport! The goal of Data Science research is to build systems and algorithms to extract knowledge, find patterns, generate insights and predictions from diverse data for various applications and visualization.