Constantine Aaron Cois is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy, where he currently teaches Object Oriented Analysis and Design.
Aaron received his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh while developing novel systems and algorithms for computational medical image analysis. His academic focus was on artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques, which he applied to the research domain of Biomedical Engineering. His research involved developing frameworks, algorithms, and data structures to efficiently perform complex statistical calculations on large amounts of data.
His background in machine learning and complex systems lead him towards developing features and systems for data- and analysis-driven software applications for numerous companies, including UPMC and the CMU SEI. Aaron is an avid programmer and technologist, and is actively involved with the software development community. His current areas of professional interest include:
- Software architecture, particularly for large-scale and distributed systems
- Cloud architectures, technologies, and software applications
- Web application development
- SaaS applications and platforms
- Mobile application development and platforms
- Software development methodologies