St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Software students Himanshu Gamit and Jacob Noble were named the winners of the annual SAS Global Forum Student Symposium competition.
Chronicle.com asked a panel of faculty to give their advice and comments on how they are handling the switch to online teaching during the corona virus crisis. St. Thomas professor Dr. Manjeet Rege is one of ten professors to share advice in this two minute interview.
Dr. Manjeet Rege, Associate Professor for the University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Software shares his insights on the value of a graduate degree in tech and how students can build their career and networks during graduate school.
In this WCCO Radio 830 interview with Dr. Manjeet Rege, University of St. Thomas data science professor and Director of the Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence, discusses the jobs that may be displaced from AI and why it is important to reskill and stay current in our jobs.
Dr. Manjeet Rege is a St. Thomas faculty member, author, mentor, AI expert, thought leader and a frequent public speaker on big data, machine learning and AI technologies. The Newsroom caught up with him to ask about the launch of the Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence in response to a growing need to educate ethically around AI.
Facial recognition technology helps police catch suspect in attack on elderly man.
Collaborations between St. Thomas Professor Manjeet Rege and student Souleymane Kone led to securing a two-year, $2 million grant from the Millennium Challenge Corporation to bring data science to the Ivory Coast.
Does your company need a chief data officer? Dr. Manjeet Rege, University of St. Thomas' Graduate Programs in Software associate professor and data science expert, shares his insight on the roles of a chief data officer (CDO) in this Multibriefs.com interview http://bit.ly/CDOneed
Dr. Manjeet Rege, professor of data analytics at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, shares his insights on the top three data science skills graduates need to develop to make themselves more marketable.
Dr. Manjeet Rege, Associate Professor in data science at the University of St. Thomas School of Engineering, shares his insights with Rewire on how to be smart about the data you may read this political season.
Data Science Students Present at 20th IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration for Data Science
Graduate in Programs in Software students Bruce Jackson and Keith Wu, who have worked with associate professor Dr. Manjeet Rege on data science projects, have co-authored papers that have been accepted at the highly reputable data science conference, the 20th IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration for Data Science held this July 30th through August 1, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
Both grad students Bruce Jackson and Keith Wu will be presenting their papers at the conference:
- Bruce Jackson and Manjeet Rege, Machine Learning for Classification of Economic Recessions (accepted as a regular paper with acceptance rate of only 23%)
- Keith Wu and Manjeet Rege, Hibiki: A Graph Visualization of Asian Music (accepted as a demo paper)
To help address the growing shortage of skilled mainframe professionals (including banking, healthcare, insurance, government and retail), the University of St. Thomas introduced the Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Computing which begins in fall 2019. Learn more about this program: https://www.stthomas.edu/gradsoftware/programs/gradcerts/cec/
St. Thomas School of Engineering associate dean, Dr. Bhabani Misra and professors Dr. Manjeet Rege and Dr. Ramesh Rajagopalan discuss Internet of Things (IoT) and how this big, big thing has taken center stage in every day life, research and education.
Dr. Manjeet Rege interview by CMS Wire.
Since the rise of big data and the use of big data sets, search has become even more important. Like many other areas of business technology search vendors are turning to artificial intelligence to enhance the power of their search offerings.
Dr. Manjeet Rege, Associate Professor of Graduate Programs in Software at St. Thomas, joins a panel discussion on "Machine Learning Everywhere: Build Your Ladder to AI". See Manjeet's IBM promotional video on the broadcast that begins this Tuesday, February 27th at noon CST.
View details about this event and listen to the IBM broadcast here: http://ibm.co/2oz5BzI
Read more about Dr. Rege's insights on Machine Learning: The next transformational technology -- IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub Blog
Learn about the trends of 2017 and predictions of data technologies in 2018 from eight key influencers in the world of big data and analytics.
Manjeet Rege, Ph.D., associate professor of Graduate Programs in Software at the University of St. Thomas, MN weighs in on which data technologies he expects will gain traction in 2018 - including Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Dr. Chih Lai and his Graduate Programs in Software students are working to prevent wind turbine failure by using complex machine-learning processes.
As enrollment in graduate programs in data science and big data booms, Dr. Brad Rubin has been charged with leading efforts in recruiting and visibility of the University of St. Thomas Center of Excellence for Big Data.
Graduate Programs in Software has created a new graduate certificate in healthcare analytics, to assist professionals who need to handle the growing demands in analyzing digital health care information.
Professors and engineers from 14 states, Italy and the Netherlands will gather at the University of St. Thomas Thursday, Oct. 6,-Saturday, Oct. 8, for “A Culture of Ethics: Engineering for Human Dignity and the Common Good,” a conference on how engineers can integrate their technical work with their religious beliefs, cultural heritage and social responsibilities.
On June 17th, UST's Graduate Programs in Software (GPS) department celebrated 30 years of graduate software engineering education. Cloudera's Chief Strategy Officer, Mike Olson, presented the evening's keynote speech:"The Engineer's Century: Data, Innovation, and Society in the Next 100 Years."
Dr. Rubin, associate professor of Graduate Programs in Software, is featured as a technology expert in the article "Navigating The Technology Galaxies" in Twin Cities Business which discusses security challenges along with social media opportunities and pitfalls and how these will require companies to constantly update their technology strategies.
Learn how Hadoop began, why it is important, what is Schema on read, what is Hive, types of data Hadoop analyzes, real-world examples, and opinions about whether it is obsolete or morphing.