Smiljana Petrovic

Smiljana Petrovic has been a member of Iona's Computer Science Department since 2008. She has taught artificial intelligence, data mining, database and advanced database systems, software engineering and a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the Graduate Center of CUNY, New York. Her MS degree in Computer Science is from Lehman College and her BS degree in Mathematics is from the University of Belgrade, Serbia. Dr. Petrovic’s research interests are in the development of machine learning techniques for authorship attribution and for solving constraint satisfaction problems. Her authorship attribution methodology was actively used for authorship of 18th Century political writing, with special attention to the work of Thomas Paine. She has been mentoring a number of students working on master theses and independent research projects about applications and implementations of data mining methods. She has been collaborating with numerous experts from different areas. Dr. Petrovic is the recipient of 2014 Br. William B. Cornelia Distinguished Faculty Award.

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Office: Murphy Center 113 I
Phone: (914) 633-2561
FAX: (914) 633-2144


Research Interests

Machine Learning

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