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Rashmi Gupta

Dr. Rashmi Gupta is a Postdoctoral Researcher who is currently working with Prof. Dr. Morten Goodwin at the University of Agder, Norway. Rashmi Gupta was introduced to programming languages in her early era of schooling and has since been experiencing the charm of the logical mind world. Rashmi Gupta received her master’s degree from Punjab Technical University, Punjab, in India in 2015. During her master’s, she worked as an android developer in the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway, for 1 year. She launched an android application named PocketSanntid for AtB real-time bus transportation system in Trondheim.

Rashmi Gupta successfully completed her doctorate degree (PhD.), from Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Cathal Gurrin in 2020. The major focus of her research was on using wearable sensors in the domain of Lifelogging. By the inspiration from her supervisor, she has been an active lifelogger during the tenure of her doctorate degree. She developed an information retrieval system based personalized search engine using Whoosh library in python, which was a better alternative to use Apache Lucene in Java. She has published 9 peer-reviewed scientific conference papers and 1 journal paper in the relevant area. Besides her research work, she awarded with the fully paid scholarship for working as a Junior Researcher in IBM-Research lab in Rio de Janeiro for 3 months in 2018. She got an immensely good industrial experience in IBM, which benefitted her to grow in her personal and professional career.   

Rashmi Gupta is not only interested in research and programming. Instead, the teaching abilities are naturally inhabitant in her roots. During her Ph.D, she was actively engaged in teaching bachelor’s level courses at the university. After Ph.D, she secured a job as an Associate Professor in National College of Ireland, Dublin in Ireland. She served her able teaching responsibilities from March 2020 to September 2021. During her tenure at National College of Ireland, she supervised above 200 students for their master’s thesis in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. She was also engaged in teaching different IT courses such as machine learning and data mining, statistics, mathematics and calculus, operating systems, computer graphics, web application development, computer vision and data visualization, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, core and advance Java, and Python.  

In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music, loves to dance and cook. Her favorite board game is chess and in outdoor game, she likes to play badminton. She always being passionate about doing outdoor activities and loves to spend time with beautiful mother nature.