College of Management and Human Potential
Doctor of Information Technology (DIT)
Dr. Khan has been teaching at higher education institutes since 2004. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science in 2004; his research topics were in the area of Heterogeneous Database Integration in the medical domain and proposed technological solutions for web-based data extraction and consolidation. He has led the courses covering the topics on Data Warehouse and Data Mining, Business Intelligence and IT/IS strategies. Dr. Khan published 50+ scientific papers in computer based conference proceedings, journals and in book chapters. He chaired special track sessions, ie. Bioinformatics, Computer Based Medical Databases, in numerous scientific conferences.
PhD, Middlesex University - London, United Kingdom
MBA, Middlesex University - London, United Kingdom
4th International Development of Information Society (IADIS) Conference on E-Health, Chair
17th IEEE International Conference on Computer Based Medical, Systems, 24-25 June, 2004, Battesda MD, USA., Chair
Quinde, M., Augusto, J., Khan, N., Wyk, A. (2020). ADAPT: Approach to Develop context-Aware solutions for Peronalised asthma management. Journal of Biomedical Informatics.
Quinde, M., Khan, N., Augusto, J., Wyk, A. (2019). A Human-in-The-Loop Context-Aware System Allowing the Application of Case-Based Reasoning for Asthma Management. In: 21st International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2019), .
Quinde, M., Khan, N. (2018). An improved model for GUI design of mHealth context-aware applications.. 20th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction (HCII2018).
Quinde, M., Khan, N., Augustor, J. (2018). Context-aware solutions for asthma condition management: a survey. Journal of Universal Access in Information Society.
Kandl, T., Khan, N. (2014). Information Integration of Drug Discovery and Clinical Studies to Support Complex Queries Using an Information Supply Chain Framework. J. Softw..
Khan, N. (2014). Train the Trainers. EU - ERASMUS Funded Project.