Pejman Khadivi

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khadivip@seattleu.edu
Department of Computer Science
Seattle University
Seattle, WA 98122
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Pejman Khadivi is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Seattle University. Dr. Khadivi's primary research interests are in the field of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics using large scale datasets, with emphasis time series analytics, deep learning, and information theory.

Education

Ph.D. in Computer Science, Virginia Tech (2016)
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology (2006)
M.Sc. in Computer Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology (2000)
B.Sc. in Computer Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology (1998)

Recent Publications

  • H.Zarrabi, A.Emami, P.Khadivi, N.Karimi, S.Samavi, "BlessMark: a blind diagnostically-lossless watermarking framework for medical applications based on deep neural networks", Accepted in Multimedia Tools and Applications Journal.
  • M.Hajabdollahi, R.Esfandiarpoor, P.Khadivi, S.M.R.Soroushmehr, N.Karimi, S.Samavi, "Simplification of neural networks for skin lesion image segmentationusing color channel pruning", Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics Journal, 2020.
  • M.Momtazpour, P.Khadivi, "Sales Promotions and Resource Optimization in Sustainable Fashion", IEEE Artificial Intelligence for Industry (AI4I'19), September 2019.
  • P.Khadivi, "Ants, Men, and the Elephant: An Unsupervised Collaboration for 2-D Shape Discovery",Proc. of ACM Collective Intelligence Conference, June 2019.
  • M.Hajabdollahi, R.Esfandiarpoor, P.Khadivi, SMR.Soroushmehr, N.Karimi, K.Najarian, S.Samavi, "Segmentation of bleeding regions in wireless capsule endoscopy for detection of informative frames", Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, 2019.
  • P.Khadivi, R.Tandon, N.Ramakrishnan, "Flow of information in Feed-forward deep neural networks", IEEE 17th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics & Cognitive Computing (ICCI* CC), July 2018.

 

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