- Trajectory Analysis
Anastasiia Kozar studied in Saint Petersburg at the Polytechnic University and moved after her third module to Innopolis University, where Kozar graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Computer Science degree. During her studies, she completed an exchange semester at Seoul National University. Her research focus in the field of trajectory analysis was in the laboratory of the Software Institute for Software Development and Development for Industrial Production at Innopolis University.
The co-authored scientific article on 'Verifying Disk Failure Prediction Techniques with SMART Attributes' (see www.inderscienceonline.com/action/doSearch and www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/IJMISSP.2018.092936 ) has been published in various scientific journals.
After graduating, Kozar worked for one year as a software developer and then for another year as a project manager at BeTrip, while at the same time completing her master's degree. As part of this study, research has been undertaken to add a feature to navigation systems that enables them to explore interesting routes through sites that are best rated on social networks.
Since 1 June 2019, Kozar has been working for the Chair as a Research Associate and supports Golnaz Elmamooz in the field of Trajectory Analysis in the Living Lab. She also works on the side of Michael Sünkel in the project 'Future-IOT'. She is currently studying International Software Systems Science at the University of Bamberg.