• Dr. Sabah Mohammed research interest is in intelligent systems that have to operate in large, nondeterministic, cooperative, highly connected, survivable, adaptive or partially known domains. His continuous research is inspired by his PhD work back in 1981 from Brunel University (UK) on the employment of the Brain Activity Structures for decision making (planning and learning) that enable processes (e.g. agents, mobile objects) and collaborative processes to act intelligently in their environments to timely achieve the required goals. Having trained in medicine with a computer science PhD in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Dr. Mohammed is full Professor at the department of Computer Science at Lakehead University (Ontario Canada) since 2002 and Core Professor at the PhD BioTechnology program at Lakehead.  Prior to his work at Lakehead University, Dr. Mohammed was the chair of three computer science departments at HCT, Philadelphia and Applied Science Universities. He is the founder and Editor-In-Chief of the Emerging Technology of Web Intelligence (JETWI) as well as the co-supervisor of the Smart Health FabLab at Lakehead University. Dr. Mohammed is currently the chair of the special interest research group on Smart and Connected Health with the IEEE ComSoc eHealth TC. Dr. Mohammed is currently working on the development of IoT and mobility technologies that have impact on improving healthcare services at remote areas like Northwestern Ontario region. Dr. Mohammed is also the editor-in-chief of the IGI Global International Journal of Extreme Automation and Connectivity in Healthcare (IJEACH). Dr. Mohammed is a Professional Engineer of Ontario (PEng), Information Processing Professional with CIPS and Senior Member of IEEE with research supported by major granting organizations like NSERC, CFI, THBRHSC and ONCAT.