Kharma holds a B.Eng. Honours in Computer Engineering (1992), form The City
University, Northampton Square, London, U.K., and a Ph.D. & Diploma of
Imperial College (D.I.C.) of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Electrical
Engineering (1999), from the Imperial College of Science & Technology,
University of London, U.K.
from July 2000, he is an assistant professor for the Department of Electrical
& Computer Engineering at
From Nov. 1996 - Dec.
1997 he was a lecturer (Assistant Professor), at the University of Paisley,
In the Spring of 1998 he
went to the University of British Columbia where he worked as a Research
Engineer (May 1998 - May 1999), and then as a Sessional Lecturer (June 1999 -
Dec. 1999), and an Adjunct Professor (Jan. 2000 - July 2000).
Dr. Kharma's interests
are in his research, student supervision of coen 490 projects, and computer
engineering. His main projects are:
Recognition Systems for the Non-expert
Algorithms for Feature Selection and Weighting.
Expanding the definitions of linguistic hedges, in the Joint
9th IFSA World Congress and 20th NAFI.
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