Dr. Salem Othman, an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Networking Program School of Computing and Data Science. Dr. Othman received a B.S. and an M.S. in Computer Science from two different universities in Libya. He also received a doctorate in Computer Science from Kent State University. Since 2006 he has taught at collage level, both in Libya and in the United States. His teaching focus is in Machine Learning, Big Data Systems, Data Mining, Network Programming and Algorithms. His research interests include online social network analysis, computational modeling and simulation, and machine learning. He has co-authored peer reviewed publications on a broad range of topics. These topics vary, but can include subjects such as discovering bloom taxonomic relationships between knowledge units using semantic graph triangularity mining to the impact of online social community platforms on the elderly daily activities and automatic extraction of Emojiset. His work has appeared in the International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking; International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction; Computing Conference 2021; and SIMULTECH Conference 2021.