Shaibal Barua, Senior Lecturer

Shaibal Barua is a Senior Lecturer at Mälardalen University in Computer Science and working with the Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems group. He received his Ph.D. in computer science in 2019 from Mälardalen University. In 2013 he received his MSc in Computer Science and in 2015 he received licentiate degree from Mälardalen University.

Research Interest:

  • Applied Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Data Analytics
  • Statistical Learning Theory
  • Signal Processing and Multi-sensor Data Fusion
  • Distributed AI and ML for big data

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Latest publications:

Vision-Based Driver’s Cognitive Load Classification Considering Eye Movement Using Machine Learning and Deep Learning (Nov 2021)
Hamidur Rahman, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Shaibal Barua, Peter Funk, Shahina Begum
Special Issue on Deep Learning in Biomedical Informatics and Healthcare (Sensors)

Study on Human Subjects - Influence of Stress and Alcohol in Simulated Traffic Situations (Jul 2021)
Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Mir Riyanul Islam, Shaibal Barua, Bertil Hök, Emma Jonforsen , Shahina Begum
Open Research Europe (ORE)

Data Analytics using Statistical Methods and Machine Learning: A Case Study of Power Transfer Units (Mar 2021)
Sharmin Sultana Sheuly, Shaibal Barua, Shahina Begum, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Ekrem Güclü , Michael Osbakk
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (IJAMT)

Machine Learning Models for Industrial Applications (Feb 2021)
Enislay Ramentol , Tomas Olsson, Shaibal Barua
AI and Learning Systems - Industrial Applications and Future Directions (intechopen)

Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and Reasoning in Health Informatics – Case Studies (Aug 2020)
Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Shaibal Barua, Shahina Begum
Signal Processing Techniques for Computational Health Informatics (SPT)

Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and Reasoning in Health Informatics – An Overview (Aug 2020)
Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Shaibal Barua, Shahina Begum
Signal Processing Techniques for Computational Health Informatics (SPT)