Wednesday 16 October 2019 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Kassim S Mwitondi (Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics/Data Mining)

Title: A Big Data Approach to Expounding Triggers of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Indicators Date and time: Wednesday 16 October 2019, 1pm-2pm Speaker: Dr Kassim S Mwitondi (Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics/Data Mining, Sheffield Hallam University) Abstract Technological advances in computing power and explosions in data generation, continue to trigger data–intensive research and related activities across disciplines, through, inter–alia, different […]

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CISDIDC 2017 Conference – The Role of Computational Intelligence in Developing Countries – 09 February 2017

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This seminar will explore how computational intelligence can be applied to address challenges faced by developing nations. Computational intelligence (CI) can be viewed as an inter-disciplinary or across platform field of study for developing and applying computer systems that can exhibit human-like intelligence in solving varieties of problems. This seminar will assemble technologists, social scientists, engineers, policymakers, industrialists and other […]

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Tuesday 26 January 2016 – Lunchtime seminar with Fatima Isiaka (PhD Computer Science, SHU)

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Title: Physiological correlates to online behaviour Speaker: Fatima Isiaka (C3RI PhD Student, Computer Science) Hosted by: Dr Kassim Mwitondi The user experience of web application and browsing is mostly studied via tangible measures such as task completion time, surveys and comprehensive test, which are based on subjective approach. The main purpose of Fatima’s study is to use physiological measures such […]

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