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Big Data Profile master programs with CIT: The Canadian Institute of Technology University College is dedicated to developing students with practical skills and a mindset that leads to a critical and analytical thinking oriented towards problem solving, and a set of values and ethics, to support creativity, innovation and leadership that shape their lives, careers and society at large. The Canadian Institute of Technology through the implementation of well-prepared curricula, teaching and research activities, and newly developed programs, seeks to promote a healthy spirit of competition and improvement within the Albanian education system. Discover additional info at Business Administration 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.
Bekim Fetaji is Full Professor of Computer Sciences since 2016. He served as the Vice President of Macedonian Board of Accreditation of Higher Education in Macedonia 2015-2017. Received his PhD in Computer Sciences at Graz University of Technology, Austria, his MsC from Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England. He served as Visiting Professor in different Universities among others in Staffordshire University UK, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Engineering, Japan, UPT, etc. Published more than 140 scientific papers in international conferences, most of them in IEEE and ACM and more than 30 international journals, some of them with ISI Web of Science impact factor. Main research interest are in virtual learning environments, software engineering, data science with machine learning, and closely related fields.
Shkelzen Cakaj has received his BSc and MSc degrees from Pristina University in Kosovo. He has prepared his Master Thesis at Vienna Technical University. He was awarded a PhD in the area of satellite communications from Zagreb University, in January 2008. Later on, in 2009, as Fulbright scholar, he continued his postdoctoral research at NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) at Maryland, USA. He is the author of 66 papers published in worldwide conferences and journals; mostly IEEE. He also engaged as a reviewer for IEEE Communication Magazine, etc. His area of interest is the satellite ground station performance. In 2016 he was awarded as “Albanian ICT Researcher of the Year 2015”. He is promoted as Associate Professor, from Polytechnic University of Tirana.
Fabian Zhilla is a lecturer of Law in both Faculty of Economy and the Faculty of Engineering. Mr. Zhilla is also a senior advisor on criminal markets and organized crime to Global Initiative against Transnational Crime in Western Balkans. He also consults EU projects on the rule of law and has contributed to several studies on terrorism and cybercrime in Albania. Fabian is awarded both the Fulbright Scholarship and Chevening Scholarship for his postgraduate studies. In 2017 he was a visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University. He wrote his PhD in Law at Kings College London in 2012. Fabian also led a three years project on the study of organized crime in Albania under the auspices of Open Society Foundation, 2013-2017.
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. Read more info at https://cit.edu.al/.
Shefqet Meda graduated as an electronic engineer who has gained extensive experience and expertise in the IT and telecommunications industry. He served as the Technical Director at the Electronic Communications Authority in Albania for 10 years and was also the Director of IT Systems at Albanian Power Corporation. Meda has worked as a Database Administrator at SIIA and served as the Scientific Technical Director for NIS. He holds several certifications from various reputable organizations such as Harvard University, UN/International Telecommunication Union, and Microsoft Academy, among others. Meda has contributed to various peer-reviewed journals, co-authored publications, and supervised numerous diploma theses in the field of security, artificial intelligence, IoT, networks, and telecom. He is a member of the Noncommercial Stakeholder Group of ICANN and also serves as a board member of the Albanian Institute of Broadcast Engineers.
Edmira Cakrani has a PhD in Economics from the Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana. Edmira has a Second Level Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana, and a 4-year degree in Business Administration where she was an Honor Student from Faculty of Economy, University of Vlora. She has a 17-year teaching experience in higher education institutions and delivers subjects such as Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics, International Economics, Managerial Economics, Statistics, and Calculus. Her research area is Open Economy Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Applied Economics, Behavioral Economics.