Mr. Romi Fadillah Rahmat, born on March 3, 1986, in Jakarta, he completed his Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) in 2007 at Universiti Sains Malaysia, then he continued with his master degree in Science at the same university. He is currently pursuing his doctorate at Universitas Sumatera Utara.
Starting his career as a permanent lecturer at Universitas Sumatera Utara from 2010, Mr. Romi held the position of Head of Information Technology Undergraduate Study Program from 2017-2021. His career at the university continued after being appointed as Secretary of Academic Senate USU for the period of 2019-2024. Then in 2021 he was appointed as Vice Dean III for Research, Community Service, Cooperation and Information. Previously he was also trusted as an ITE expert by most of the police in the North Sumatra Region. Mr. Romi has also been an expert and consultant for NGO Caritas for the Tsunami recovery program in Meulaboh, he was also involved as an expert consultant for application development at the Medan City Revenue Service from 2011-2014, and he served as Head IT Consultant for PT. Dhiarga in Medan. In 2019, Mr Romi was also involved in an orangutan monitoring project funded by USAID in Banda Aceh.
Mr. Romi Fadillah Rahmat started his research while studying for his master degree in Malaysia, with the focus of his research at that time on Brain-like Computing using the Distributed Adaptive Neuro-Gen Learning Engine, which is one of the novel methods he invented. Then Mr. Romi also received 17 research grants from 2014 until now, both from the Ministry of Education and Culture funds and from the Talenta USU research fund. His research interests are brain-like computing, image processing, image vision, deep learning, virtual reality, real-time processing, and data analytics. He has published more than 100 publications with 10 international journal articles. He won 2nd place as the Best Researcher in 2018 from USU.
B.Comp.Sc (Hons) Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia (2007)
M.Sc. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia (2008)
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