Scott Haag, PhD is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Drexel University's College of Computing & Informatics (CCI). He holds a co-appointment with The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Haag's research focuses around advances in the computational sciences to build systems that inform issues related to health in children. His expertise includes remote sensing object classification, object segmentation, machine learning classifiers, algorithm design and complexity analysis, relational database development, statistical analysis, the design and deployment of Application Program Interfaces (API), and combinatoric geometric modelling.
He earned a PhD in Computer Science from CCI at Drexel in 2019. In addition to his PhD from Drexel, Haag holds a master of science in ecology, evolution, systematics, and population biology; a graduate certificate in engineering geophysics; and a bachelor of science in natural resources management and policy from Rutgers University.
- PhD, Computer Science, Drexel University
- MS, Ecology, Evolution, Systematics, and Population Biology, Rutgers University
- Graduate Certificate, Engineering Geophysics, Rutgers University
- BS, Natural Resources Management and Policy, Rutgers University