Kevin is currently a PhD student from the University at Albany, SUNY. He works as an adjunct faculty for Summer and Winter terms and a full-time graduate teaching assistant during Fall and Spring. Prior to his tenure, he started as a researcher and data analyst for IBM. He then pursued teaching in higher education and funded research projects for his graduate studies. He also holds technical and academic certifications from Microsoft, IBM, Cisco Systems, SAP, and Oracle.



Fake news, misinformation, disinformation

I explore eclectic domains that intersect with fake news including but not limited to technology, psychology, communication, and economics

2019 - Present

University at Albany, SUNY

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information Science

Polarization and conflicts in social networks

I seek to understand the theories, forms, and factors surrounding social network conflicts including but not limited to cyber-insurgency, digital crimes and terrorism, and virtual warfare

Information assurance and quality

I aim to solve societal problems by applying technological models and solutions such as fair machine learning and open data initiatives

2014 - 2017

De La Salle University

Master of Science (MSc) in Information Technology

2009 - 2013

University of Santo Tomas

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Information Technology

University at Albany

State University of New York

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