Ruhul Amin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at Fordham University. His research interests lie at the intersection of big data, statistical methods, and artificial intelligence. His team develops computational methods to solve cutting edge problems in the area of public health, bioinformatics, natural language processing, computational social science, and accessibility. Recently, Ruhul has worked on multi-wheel input device for non-visual interaction with computing platforms for people with visual impairments, and stereotypical gender associations in language and their change over time. He is currently collaborating with research groups at the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Maryland, Pennsylvania State University, New York University, Columbia University, and Stony Brook University for solving several public health research problems.
Jason J. Jones, Ruhul Amin, Jessica Kim, Steven Skiena (2020). Stereotypical Gender Associations in Language Have Decreased Over Time. Sociological Science.
Noushad Sojib, Syed Masum Billah, Ruhul Amin (2020), Towards Multi-Wheel Input Device for Non-Visual Interaction. UIST '20 Adjunct, October 20–23, 2020, Virtual Event, USA