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Spencer Lin, Heriberto Martinez, Kasim Mothana, Christian Ozoria, and Dr. Tatiana Malyuta
December 17 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in N928
In recent years, we have seen an overwhelming number of TV commercials that promise that the Cloud can help with many problems, including some family issues. What stands behind the terms “Cloud” and “Cloud Computing,” and what we can actually expect from this phenomenon? A group of students of the Computer Systems Technology department and Dr. T. Malyuta, whom has been working with the Cloud technologies since its early days, will provide an overview of the business and technological aspects of the Cloud.
|Dr. T. Malyuta
||Cloud: a different business model and a new computing paradigm
|H. Martinez and S. Lin
||The role of virtualization on the Cloud
|K. Mothana and C. Ozoria
||The Google’s Big Table and Cloud data technologies
About the Presenters
- Spenser Lin focuses on networking, security, and databases. Currently he is working for a Cisco partner as a network engineer.
- Heriberto Martines focuses on networking, security, and databases. Currently he is working as a Department of Education computer service technician providing remote assistance and technical support to all schools and central offices throughout Brooklyn.
- Kasim Mothana focuses on networking and security and works as a field support representative for a defense contractor. He holds the following certifications: Security+, CEH (Certified ethical hacker), CISSP (Certified information systems security professional), CCDP (Cisco certified design professional), and CCNP (Cisco certified networking professional).
- Christian Ozoria focuses on networking, security, and databases. Currently he is working as a network technician for DGA Security Systems.
- Dr. T. Malyuta received her master’s Degree in Applied Mathematics and her PhD in Computer Science from the State University, Lviv, Ukraine. Professor Malyuta has over twenty five years experience in programming and database design, design of the Cloud data stores, and data integration. Her research interests are data models, data design, database technologies, Cloud data stores, and ontologies. She has been teaching at Computer Systems Technology Department of the NYCCT since 2000.
- December 17
- 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Event Tags:
- big table, business model, cloud, cloud computing, google, virtualization
300 Jay St., Room N928
Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States+ Google Map
- Computer Systems Technology Colloquium Series
- (718) 260-5170
NOVEMBER 5 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in N922A
More and more use is being made of cell phones for web exploration at the expense of conventional desk and laptop PCs. The modern web has to accommodate all these many screen sizes from High definition PC screens through iPads to miniature cell phone and maybe even smaller? This presentation will give many outward examples of valid web sites and discuss internal coding techniques.
Anthony is a Lecturer at the Computer Systems Technology Department of New York City College of Technology, City University of New York. He holds a BSc from King’s College London and an MBA from Regent Street Polytechnic, London, UK.
Slides for the “How We Use Functional Programming to Find the Bad Guys” by Rick Minerich are now available.
OCTOBER 22 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM, Room N922A
Cardiotoxicity is unfortunately a common side effect of many modern chemotherapeutic agents. The mechanisms that underlie these detrimental effects on heart muscle, however, remain unclear. The Drug Toxicity Signature Generation Center at ISMMS aims to address this unresolved issue by providing a bridge between molecular changes in cells and the prediction of pathophysiological effects. I will discuss ongoing work in which we use next-generation sequencing to quantify changes in gene expression that occur in cardiac myocytes after they are treated with potentially toxic chemotherapeutic agents. I will focus in particular on the computational pipeline we are developing that integrates sophisticated sequence alignment, statistical and network analysis, and dynamical mathematical models to develop novel predictions about the mechanisms underlying drug-induced cardiotoxicity.
Jaehee Shim is a Ph.D candidate in the Biophysics and Systems Pharmacology Program at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS). As a part of her Ph.D. studies, she is building dynamical prediction models based on analysis of gene expression data generated by the Drug Toxicity Signature Generation Center at ISMMS. She received her B.S in Biochemistry from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Prior to starting her Ph.D, Jaehee worked at the ISMMS Genomics Core with a team of senior scientists and gained experience in improving and troubleshooting RNA sequencing protocols using Next Generation Sequencing Platforms.
The complete CST Colloquium Series for Fall 2015 is now available. This poster lists all of our colloquia for the entire semester. Please share with fellow faculty, staff, and students. A complete schedule is also available online at our website.
OCTOBER 1 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
300 Jay St., Room N922A, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Traditional approaches in anti-money laundering involve simple matching algorithms and a lot of human review. However, in recent years this approach has proven to not scale well with the ever increasingly strict regulatory environment. We at Bayard Rock have had much success at applying fancier approaches, including some machine learning, to this problem. In this talk I walk you through the general problem domain and talk about some of the algorithms we use. I’ll also dip into why and how we leverage typed functional programming for rapid iteration with a small team in order to out-innovate our competitors.
Bayard Rock, LLC, is a private research and software development company with headquarters in the Empire State Building. It is a leader in the filed in the research and development of tools for improving the state of the art in anti-money laundering and fraud detection. As you might imagine, these tools rely heavily on mathematics and graph algorithms. In this talk, Richard Minerich will discuss the research activities of Bayard Rock and its approaches to build tools to find the “bad guys”. Richard Minerich is Bayard Rock’s Director of Research and Development. Rick has expertise in F#, C#, C, C++, C++/CLI,. NET (1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, and 4.5), Object Oriented Design, Functional Design, Entity Resolution, Machine Learning, Concurrency, and Image Processing. He is interested in working on algorithmically, mathematically complex projects and remains open to explore new ideas.
Rick holds 2 patents. The first one, co-invented with a colleague, is titled “Method of Image Analysis Using Sparse Hough Transform.” The other independently held is known as “Method for Document to Template Alignment.”
Light refreshments will be served.
Static Analysis and Verification of C Programs
SEPTEMBER 17 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Recent years have seen the emergence of several static analysis techniques for reasoning about programs. This talk presents several major classes of techniques and tools that implement these techniques. Part of the presentation will be a demonstration of the tools.
Dr. Subash Shankar is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science department at Hunter College, CUNY. Prior to joining CUNY, he received a PhD from the University of Minnesota and was a postdoctoral fellow in the model checking group at Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Shankar also has over 10 years of industrial experience, mostly in the areas of formal methods and tools for analyzing hardware and software systems.