Best rated Big Data Profile bachelor & master programs today: Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT) also known in Albanian as “Instituti Kanadez i Teknologjisë” (“IKT”) is a leading research and educational institution conveniently-located in the heart of Albania, the capital city of Tiranë. CIT’s teaching programs are conducted entirely in English and on-par with the North American and European standards of higher education. Our qualified domestic and international academic staff possess previous teaching experience in a number of universities abroad as well as real world experience in the development and implementation of business and technology. See more info at Finance & Accounting master programs.
Canadian-Based Curricula: CIT provides programs based on the Canadian Curricula which empowers graduates with a love for knowledge and creative, entrepreneurial skills. In the Heart of Albania: CIT is conveniently located in one of the most important areas of Albania in the capital of Tirana, within walking distance from the main City Square and other cultural, recreational, historical and governmental institutions.
Eralda Caushi graduated from the Faculty of Statistical Sciences at the University of Padua and earned a PhD degree in Statistics at the University Our Lady of Good Counsel. With over 8 years of experience, her job profile has provided her with a well-round skillset including excellent relationship building, time management skills, problem-solving and forward-thinking skills. She has been evaluated with the highest score on her dissertation research “Statistical methods for identification, analysis and prediction of customer attrition” by identifying and analyzing different models that can help data analysts to find the churners in the Albanian Telecommunication industry.
Entelë Gavoçi received her Ph.D. in Physics from University of Bologna (Italy) in 2009 and Associate Professor title at the University of Tirana (UT), Albania in 2013. She graduated in Physics and Business Administration at the University of Shkodra “L. Gurakuqi” (Albania) and got a Master in Biophysics from UT. She works on various Applied Physics areas, particularly on electromagnetic exposure systems, biological effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiations, and radiation protection. Her research is funded from several institutions including IAEA, COST, Italian INFN. Entelë has been engaged in academic teaching since 2001. From 2018 to 2020, she held the position of Head of Radiation Protection and Monitoring Networks at IANF (Albania). Under her role as the main counterpart and lead investigator for a national project at IANP, she oversaw the implementation of the new National Network for Radiation Monitoring and Emergency Warning and played a crucial role in developing the National database for monitoring radioactivity in the air.
Endrit Shabani is a Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Politics from University of Oxford. He also holds a Master of Science in Education Policy from University of Oxford. He has experience as a lecturer and guest lecturer in Albanian universities and abroad. Endrit started his experience at CIT in 2021 and he delivers subjects such as Research Methods, Academic Writing and Reading. His research interest are in International Relations, Research Methods, Philosophy and Politics of Education. Endrit was also part of Open Society Foundation in Albania by leading several research projects and contributing to evidence-based policies in education, gender balance, law enforcement and civic engagement.
Sokol Abazi graduated as Industrial Chemist in Albania, Tirana University in 1989. In 1997 he obtained his PhD from Fribourg University (Switzerland) in organic synthesis using radical chemistry. After a Postdoc in Total Synthesis of Natural Products at Oxford University in 1998, he worked for a couple of companies in the UK and Switzerland and then returned to Albania working as a Professor at Tirana University. Since 2015 he is a Full Professor at CIT, from 2020 he holds the Rector position. His research interests are mainly focused on natural products, organic synthesis, and supercritical fluid extraction (SFE). In the last decade, he has been working on the use of a modified “soxhlet-like” extraction technique using sub-critical CO2. He is an expert on structure elucidation techniques, including NMR and MS techniques. Discover extra details at https://cit.edu.al/.
Dr. Valbona Dhjaku is a seasoned professional with extensive expertise in the field of Informatics. She earned her PhD from Tirana University’s Faculty of Natural Sciences in 2010, focusing on Interorganizational Systems and their impact on organizational flexibility. Over the years, Dr. Valbona has been instrumental in numerous projects, including the development of a Honeypots appliance and the implementation of Anomaly Detection using Machine Learning. She has also contributed significantly to areas like Internet Banking, Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence, and more. Her research interests and publications span a wide range of topics, including E-government Services, File System Comparisons, Information Security in Wireless Networks, and Blockchain technology in the banking industry.
Denis Xheleku holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Software Engineering from the Canadian Institute of Technology. Currently, he serves as a lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering within the same institution, where he imparts his extensive knowledge and expertise to aspiring engineers, as well as the director of the IT department. His research interests span a wide spectrum, encompassing subjects such as web design, networking, Android and iOS applications, as well as Linux.