Many women and men experience bloating very often and it is a very uncomfortable feeling, but it also means a more serious condition. The main cause of bloating is poor digestion.Read more
IBM has announced that Nitesh Chawla, the University of Notre Dame’s Frank Freimann Collegiate Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and director of the University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications, is one of the winners of its 2013 Big Data and Analytics Faculty Awards for top-rated curricula and research that mix business and technical skills.
He joins 13 other researchers from around the world who will receive $10,000 each for top-rated curricula designed to develop business and technical skills required for data-crunching jobs.
The winning proposals include programs and research focused on computer science/electrical engineering, business administration, economics, strategic management and math and statistics.
Chawla’s award is to develop a novel science program that requires immersion of an individual in a domain to innovate by conducting data exploration, feature engineering and machine learning, and to inform system design and database design and conduct what-if analyses.
Chawla’s area of research is data mining and machine learning. He also