The SIS Research group will investigate complex problems afflicting governments, nations, healthcare systems, universities, and businesses using smart and AI systems, and offer sustainable and contextualizable solutions and models. The group will seek research grants that will support its efforts. Its solutions will be made public through publications and presentations.


The SIS (Smart Intelligent Systems) Research Group will be the leading research team and collaborator in smart and AI systems.

Team Members

Stanley Nwoji, Ph.D.

Siamak Aram, Ph.D.

Iheb Abdellatif, Ph.D.

Amjad Umar, Ph.D.
(Senior Advisor)


This group will collaborate with HU Research Centers, such as the E3 Center, and with faculty members who are interested in accomplishing the vision and mission of the group. We will work with our students (undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students) to immerse them in the researches of the group. We choose to bring the university to the people and the people to the university by participating with society and industry to solve complex problems.

SIS Scope of Research

The scope of research covered by the SIS Research group are listed below:

  • Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning.
  • Big Data Research
  • Business Intelligence
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Health and Biomedical Applications
  • Image Processing
  • International Business
  • Internet of Things
  • Management Science
  • Neuroimaging
  • Operations Management
  • Smart Cities and Communities
  • Strategic Management
  • Techpreneurship

Contact and/or Request a Meeting with us here: SISResearchGroup@harrisburgu.edu