Hi!! My name is Jerome Dinal Herath. I am a Computer Science PHD candidate @ State University of New York (SUNY) Binghamton. My current research revolves around Machine Learning and Anomaly Detection.

Recent Publications

Recent Blog Posts

Awards and Scholarships

  • Student travel grant to attend IEEE International Conference on Collaboration and Internet Computing (CIC-2019).
  • Secure and Private AI scholarship Challenge Recipient by Udacity and Facebook. (2019)
  • Student travel grant to attend ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications (ANCS-2018).
  • NSF Student travel grant to attend International Conference on Communications (ICC-2018).
  • Dr. Sarath Gunapala Gold Medal for Computational Physics (2017).
  • MIND (Munasinghe Institute for Development) scholarship (2015-2016).

Research Experience

  • PhD Research [SUNY Binghamton, USA. (2018-present)]
    1. Real-Time and Advesarial Anomaly Detection: [BIGDATA'19-extended]
    2. Blockchain based tamper proof storage of Scientific Workflows: [CIC'19]
  • Graduate Research Assistant [SUNY Binghamton, USA. (2017-2018)]
    1. Deep Learning for Wireless Channel Quality Prediction: [ICC'19] [TVT'19]
    2. Modeling Wireless Cache Networks: [ICC'18] [TVT'18]
  • Simulating Snake Robot Movement [Undergraduate Reserach Project, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.(2016-2017)]: [ICIAFS'16] [ICCMS'17] [Undergraduate Thesis]

Teaching Experience

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, SUNY Binghamton, USA.
    1. CS 571 : Programming Languages (Spring-2020)
    2. CS 480N/580N : Data Science with Applications in Social Media (Fall-2019)
    3. CS 220 : Introduction to Computer Systems (Spring-2019)
    4. CS 428/528 : Computer Networks (Fall-2018)
  • Assistant Lecturer, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.(2017)