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Building Real Time Recommendation Engines - Presentation and hands-on

Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, University of Denver

We are seeing recommendation engines at work everywhere. When we switch on Netflix, the shows that we see on the screen are coming from a recommendation engine. When we search google, the results that come as well as the ads that are displayed are the result of a complex interplay of several recommendation engines. In this presentation we will look at the mathematics and software programming behind Recommendation Engines. The talk will be a presentation but attendees can follow the presenter by getting their hands dirty in building a simple recommendation engine that uses a collaborative filter. This presentation will describe how a graph database is useful when it comes to recommendations. Just bring your laptop and follow along and learn the mathematics, algorithms and programming that powers the ubiquitous recommendation engines. Pizza and drinks will be served. About the presenter: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashwinp/ Ashwin Pingali has completed his PhD in Computer Science & Information Technology with the University of Colorado, Denver (All but Dissertation). An MBA in Operations, Information Systems and Marketing with the Indian Institute of Management and a BS in Engineering Technology (Gold Medal Honors) with the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad India. Ashwin is currently working as the CTO for Aivante a health care fintech startup and Apps Consultants a company focused on bringing Big Data technologies into everyday business operations. Ashwin additionally consults with Dish Networks as a Data Scientist helping their budding Enterprise Data Science execute Predictive Modeling and Optimization projects in AdTech and Fraud Monitoring.

10/30 - Dr. Jason Rupe on Blockchain in Telecommunications

Dr. Jason Rupe, Principal Architect of CableLabs, will be providing a presentation for the TCP Seminar Series on Wednesday, October 30 from 4-5 PM in ECCR 150. Dr. Rupe will be presenting on Blockchain in Telecommunications, and specifically it's uses at CableLabs. Blockchain in Telecommunications is a powerful new concept that can greatly improve telecom networking operations and customer-facing processes experience. It adds a new level of security for all assets and transactions. Dr. Rupe will further delve into Blockchain's uses in today's tech world. After the seminar, pizza will be provided in ECCR 200 from 5-6 PM by Denver COMSOC. About Dr. Jason Rupe Dr. Jason Rupe graduated from Texas A&M University with a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, Operations Research, and Reliability in 1995. He attended Iowa State University for his bachelor's (1989) and master's degree (1991). Currently, Rupe is the Principal Architect for Proactive Network Maintenance at CableLabs. He has been with CableLabs since July 2017. Rupe's work and articles can be found on the CableLabs website. Rupe is also part of the IEEE Communications Society. Rupe acted as the Managing Editor for IEEE Transactions on Reliability from[masked]. This organization focuses on promoting technological innovation and fostering creation and sharing of information across the global technical community. Learn more on the IEEE website. Categories:TCP's Events

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