Saklain Zaman is a Ph.D. student in the Information Science and Technology program at Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies, where he is concentrating on the human aspects of leveraging information technology in the information security domain. He is currently focusing on the decision-making problems in collaborative decentralized networks where technological devices and humans interact with each other frequently. He’s enthusiastic and passionate about learning cutting-edge technologies and finding their intersection with humanity. He has certain expertise in emerging fields including Blockchain, web3.0, Natural Language Processing, Reinforcement Learning, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning.
Research Areas: Sustainable Information Systems, Intelligent Decision-Making, Interoperability and Heterogeneity of Technology, Distributed Systems, Blockchain, Internet-of-Things, Smart Cities