UW-Stevens Point faculty expert discusses data analysis for day-to-day use
2/2/2018

How can data be more useful, not just in business, but in our day-to-day lives? Learn more at a free lecture offered by the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

"Personalization Using Data Analysis" will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13, presented by Alexander Iliev, assistant professor in the Department of Computing and New Media Technologies. Held in the Pinery Room of the Portage County Public Library, 1001 Main St., Stevens Point, this is the fifth talk in the eight-part College of Letters and Science 2017-2018 Community Lecture Series. The public may attend free of charge.

"The world's digital content and media are growing rapidly," Iliev said. "There are millions of digital assets on display through mobile devices, home entertainment systems and computers. The detection, extraction and personalization of media assets is a very dynamic field, emerging into the world of human-machine interaction."

Iliev earned a Ph.D. and master's degree from the University of Miami after earning a master's degree from Ivan Rilski University in Sofia, Bulgaria. His research interests include personalization, enhanced user experience and behavioral patterns for smart digital content ecosystems, emotion recognition in speech using machine learning, classification, data analysis, signal processing, psychoacoustics, speech and audio signals.

For more information on the Community Lecture Series, visit www.uwsp.edu/cols/lectureseries or email stappa@uwsp.edu.

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