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Dr. Charles Edeki

Dr. Charles Edeki
Title:
Adjunct Professor
Office:
Remote
Phone:
917.627.0024
Bio:

Education:
PhD, Information Technology, Capella University, 2012
MS Computer Science, Long Island University, 2001
MS Bioinformatics, University of Maryland, 2015
MS Mathematics, Walden University, 2006
BS Liberal Arts, Excelsior College, 1998

Bio:
Dr. Charles Edeki spent eight years (1990 to 1998) in the US Army as a Patient Administration Specialist. He is a qualified and experienced Computer and Math Instructor with research interest in Bioinformatics, Data Mining and Statistical Learning Algorithms. He started his teaching career in 1999 as a Tutor in Hawaii Pacific University at Honolulu – Hawaii after separating from the US Army and since then, teaching has being his passion and profession. He has taught and is still teaching undergraduate students’ Introduction to Computing (MS Office Application Software), C++/Java programming languages, JavaScript, computer graphics using OpenGL and VRML (Virtual Reality Model Language), how to use game maker 6 and game factory 2 to develop electronic games, how to use Java 2D and Java3D Application Programming Interface (API) and C++ and Allegro library files to create computer games, database management system I, calculus 1 and II, college algebra and statistics courses.

He is married with two children (15 years old daughter and 13 years old son) and live in New York City.

Publications/Presentations/Lectures:
Edeki, C. (2019). The Emerging Focus on Pharmacogenomics. International Journal of Biochemistry Research & Review, 27(2), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijbcrr/2019/v27i230114

Prince, A. & Edeki, C. Usefulness of Agile Technique on Support Team. International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering, 2 (7), pages 5-8, 2015. ISSN: 2348-8387

Edeki, C. Real World Application of Data Mining: US Army Custom in Germany. International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering, 2 (6), pages 61-62, 2015. ISSN: 2348-8387.

Edeki, C. Automated User Interface Design for HEPA Filter Recertification. British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, 6(6), pages 652-656, 2015. DOI : 10.9734/BJAST/2015/15044. http://www.sciencedomain.org/issue.php?iid=769&id=5. 

Datta, B. & Edeki, C. Object Oriented Applications: Integration, Quality Assurance, and Deployment. International Journal of Emerging Engineering Research and Technology, 2(9), pages 25-31, 2014.

Edeki, C. Biomedical Science: Animal testing in antibiotics production. International Journal of Research in Computer Application and Robotics, 2(7), pages 102-109, 2014.  http://ijrcar.com/Volume_2_Issue_7/v2i711.pdf

Edeki, C. Generating stem cells from non-embryonic tissue. International Journal of Research in Computer Application and Robotics, 2(6), pages 70-76, 2014.  http://ijrcar.com/Volume_2_Issue_6/v2i619.pdf

Edeki, C. Modularity and reuse. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science and Engineering, 2(5), pages 292-293, 2014.

Edeki, C. Telehealthcare: The impact of technology in medicine. International Journal of Research in Computer Application and Robotics, 2(3), pages 75-78, 2014.  

Edeki, C. Review of data mining process. Global Journal of Advanced Engineering Technologies, 2 (4), pages 310-313, 2013. http://www.gjaet.com/category/volume-2-issue-4/

Edeki, C. (2011). Classification of breast images cancer detection. In Proceedings of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, Rome, Italy, July 20-26, 2011.

Edeki, C. (2010). Data mining approach in reducing customer attrition.  Accepted by the 17th International Symposium on Mathematical Methods Applied to the Sciences.  February 16-19, 2010. The University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica. By Dr. Javier Trejos (Chairman), javier.trejos@ucr.ac.cr.

Faculty Expertise:
Data Analytics, Biomechanics