Fatma Nasoz is the senior resident scholar of information technology for The Lincy Institute and an expert in nonprofit information technology, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction.
Nasoz leads the development of The Lincy Institute’s data repository project, which will become a publicly available resource for Southern Nevada's nonprofit community. She also assesses the technological needs of local nonprofits and plans to support, build, and enhance their data and information technology capacity through scalable and easy to implement systems that have high quality service and low operating costs.
Formerly with the school of informatics in UNLV’s College of Engineering, her research efforts have focused on building interactive and adaptive computer systems for e-learning, developing intelligent driving safety applications, and streamlining ecological data collection by improving how people store and access scientific metadata.
Nasoz is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.
- B.S., Computer Engineering, Bogazici University
- M.S.C., Computer Science, University of Central Florida
- Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Central Florida