Seminario "Modeling and Processing Information in Systems of Engagement”

  • Data: 19 giugno 2015 dalle 10:00 alle 12:00

  • Luogo: Aula 4.1, Scuola di Ingegneria e Architettura, Viale Risorgimento 2, Bologna

Venerdì 19 alle ore 10 in aula 4.1 (sede di Ingegneria, Viale Risorgimento) si terrà il seminario di Mukesh Mohania "Modeling and Processing Information in Systems of Engagement”.

 

Abstract.

The proliferation of mobile devices has changed the way digital information is consumed and its efficacy measured. These personal mobile devices know a lot about the user behavior from the sensors and activities performed by the user. This data can be used to provide a lot of personalized information to the user, and a measure of effectiveness of the information to the information providers. However, there are lot of challenges in modeling and processing such data from these systems of engagement so that there is a right balance of the redundancy in the data stored, and the usefulness of the data for analysis. In this talk we will discuss (1) What is a System of Engagement? (2) What is "Contextual Information" and how to store and process the contextual such information on Big Data Platform?, and (3) Illustrate SOE for Education example.

 

Biography:

Mukesh Mohania is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for Education Transformation area in IBM Research. He has worked extensively in the areas of Information Management and Autonomic Computing. His work in these areas has led to the development of new products and also influenced several existing IBM products. He has received several awards within IBM, such as "Best of IBM", "Excellence in People Management", “Outstanding Innovation Award”, "Technical Accomplishment Award", “Leadership By Doing”, and many more. He has published more than 120 papers and also filed more than 70 patents in these or related areas, and more than 30 have already been granted.  He is an IBM Master Inventor and a member of IBM Academy of Technology. He is an ACM Distinguished Scientist and an IEEE Golden Core member.

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