Florida Poly Professor to Deliver Keynote Address on the Future of Analytics during Prestigious Conference at Columbia University

Florida Polytechnic University Professor of Data Analytics, Dr. Robert Steele, has been invited to deliver a keynote speech at the 8th Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference (IEEE UEMCON 2017), on October 21 at Columbia University in New York.

The conference aims to bring together scholars from different backgrounds while providing an opportunity for researchers, educators and students to discuss and exchange ideas on issues, trends, and developments in computing, electronics and mobile communication.

Members of the conference approached Dr. Steele after he submitted a paper on novel data analytics developments including their application to healthcare. Dr. Steele’s keynote talk titled Data Analytics and Learning Systems: The Role of the Internet-of-Things, will examine research results to highlight the opportunities and challenges for data analytics.

“It’s both exciting and humbling to share some insights and thoughts with such a prestigious group of scholars,” said Dr. Steele. “This event provides a strong platform for companies looking to build big-data projects or apply analytics but feel they may not have the in-house expertise. I am looking forward to connecting with others at the conference to build projects applying the emerging analytic techniques to varying industries.”

Fellow keynote speakers include other distinguished experts in analytics and computational systems from organizations such as Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University and Sandia National Laboratories.

“Dr. Steele is an accomplished researcher, as evidenced by his invitation to be a keynote speaker,” said Florida Poly President Dr. Randy K. Avent who was named a…

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