10/20/2015 - The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) will host a 3-day IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) Winter School at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) during February 19-21, 2016.
The objective of this winter school is 1) to deliver the state-of-the-art technique of new computational intelligence methodologies for the big data issues from fundamental principles to complex applications, and 2) to stimulate more young researchers (i.e. undergraduate and graduate students in the D.C. metropolitan area) to get involved with CIS.
The winter school will invite many IEEE CIS distinguished lecturers and world-renowned university experts to give plenary talks, lectures and courses. It also features student oral and poster presentations from the D.C. Metropolitan area, lab tours, and demo. In addition, this winter school will be planned in conjunction with our Annual Engineering Week event.
The winter school is FREE to anyone who is interested to attend it. For more details, please check the winter school’s website at http://www.udc.edu/winter_school/IEEE_Cis_winter_school.htm
You are all invited to participate in this exciting IEEE CIS Winter School at UDC!
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