OLAWUNMI GEORGE | PROFILE
Doctoral student in Computational Sciences, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I am Olawunmi GEORGE, a graduate student in the Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science department at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
You may call me "Wunmi", for short, if you have a challenge pronouncing my first name.
Born and bred in Nigeria, the most populous African nation, centered within the African continent, I had my undergraduate education at the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife in Computer engineering.
After serving the Nigerian nation for a year, I proceeded to work at different technology firms, with the interest in technology that I had and still have.
I have gained years of experience as a software developer, both within organizations and without.
I currently work on research projects at the Ubicomp Lab, under the auspices of Sheikh Iqbal AHAMED (Ph.D), with great interest in the implementation and use of Machine learning and Deep learning algorithms.
OVERVIEW OF COURSES
ADVANCED DATABASE SYSTEMS
Jan - May 2018
A look at and use of the traditional XML technologies with the pros and cons of such and a further look at newer database systems such as Mongodb, Apache Spark and Apache Cassandra.
Jan - May 2018
A consideration of machine learning algorithms, as applied to business decisions.
Jan - May, 2018
A focus on discussing a wide variety of technological solutions, how they add to the value of life, the pros and cons of their use and the vulnerabilities in them.
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Milwaukee, WI 53233, USA