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.
Data Mining in the School of Infomation Technoligies (SIT)University of Sydney Australia.
In this taIk he will present three underlying problems where diffrent aspects of "Big Data"manifest thrmself and we have addressed them.
Jim Jing-Yan Wang, postdoctoral fellow at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, will present two different ways to refine the graph by feature selection and multiple graph combination.
Krishna Gummadi, faculty member and head of the network systems research group at MPI-SWS Germany, will attempt to address the challenge of finding finding users that are trusted and from authoritativeness sources from micro-blogging sites such as Twitter.
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Extracting Information Nuggets from Disaster Related Messages in Social Media authored by QCRI's Muhammad Imran, Carlos Castillo, Patrick Meier, former QCRI post-doc Shady Elbassuoni and Fernando Diaz of Microsoft Research was recognized as the best paper at this year's ISCRAM conference.
Dr. Patrick Meier talks about QCRI's work to solve major humanitarian challenges in Forbes.
Dr. Halima Bensmail, QCRI Scientific Computing, is a key investigator on a research proposal awarded by QNRF's sixth NPRP cycle for the proposal titled: Quantitative mapping of HIV incidence among stable couples and evaluation of impact of interventions targeting sero-discordant couples.
Dr. Halima Bensmail, Senior Scientist of QCRI's Scientific Computing team, is an Invited speaker at the PETRAE, giving a talk on “Time course and Neural Representation of Memorability: faces and places: an alpha-sparse model for classifying memorability regions”
For more info on PETRAE please visit www.petrae.org
Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) will be kicking off its 2013 summer internship program soon, and invites computer science and computer engineering students to apply. The intensive two-month internship program provides students with the opportunity to work closely with top researchers, and receive practical work experience based on their studies. Applications will be accepted until May 12, 2013.
Dr Patrick Meier, Director of Social Innovation at Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) and the world’s foremost expert on humanitarian technology, explores the rise of digital humanitarian response and how new technologies are reshaping the humanitarian space in an upcoming talk.
Joint project will seek to identify patterns in large data streams
Research collaboration broadens Boeing engagement in Qatar, strengthens relationship with Qatar Foundation