QCRI's Ingmar Weber speaks at a political science conference (PolNet).
Dr. Halima Bensmail will present a talk about Metflex; a new software developed by QCRI for simulating artificial H1NMR metabolites quantification
Dr. Yinghui Wu is a research scientist in the Department of Computer Science,University of California,santa Barbara(UCSB). He is currently working in big graph data management and mining. He received his ph.D. degree from the University of Edinburgh,UK in 2010.Inthis talk he will introduce my research for big graph data processing, addressing the following aspects.
Ingmar Weber is a hobby athlete who’s finished about a dozen of ultra-marathons and a handful of ultra-triathlons, including two world championships. He'll introduce you to some of his personal heroes whose stories are a true source of inspiration. He’ll also talk a bit about the science and philosophy behind this sport and will throw in some personal anecdotes.
Samuel Madden is a professor of Electrical Engineering and computer Science in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. In this talk he will give a bit of background about what big data is, why industry is soexcited about it. and his own perspective on thechallenging researchproblems is bring up he also describe a couple of "big data" research projects they have been doing
Associate Professor at the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)sine2000. PhD in computer Science (UPC1999 awarded the UPC prize for doctoral dissertations in computer Science. In this talk he will overview the research he conducted in the last fourteen years in the field of natural language Processing (NLP).
Dr. Avi Arampatzis, graduate from the Computer Engineering and Informations Department of the University of Patras, Greece. He will review the history of modeling score distribution and experimental evidence, and discuss conditions which valid binary mixture models should satisfy.
Dr. Mohamed Hefeeda, Principal Scientist, QCRI Distributed Systems, delivers a talk at the Computer Science and Engineering college at Qatar University.
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