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The GSU chapter of the ACM presents
Machine Learning Approaches to Brain Imaging

Dr. Sergey Plis
Associate Professor
TReNDS Center & Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University

Information-rich multimodal and multi-subject brain imaging datasets facilitate understanding brain function and dysfunction but they are extremely complex. Automatic knowledge discovery from these data could distill their complexity to self-evident information. In this talk I will go over machine learning methods for the task of knowledge discovery in neuroimaging that my group is working on.

About the Speaker: Dr. Plis is an associate professor in GSU's Department of Computer Science. He is also a researcher in the Center for Translational Research in Neuroimaging and Data Science (TReNDS), a tri-institutional effort supported by Georgia State, Georgia Tech, and Emory University. Dr. Plis earned a Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of New Mexico. His research goals lie in developing computational instruments that enable knowledge extraction from observational multimodal data collected at different temporal and spatial scales.

Win a valuable door prize!
An Amazon Echo Show 5 will be given away.

Thursday, January 23, 2020
12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Room 217, Student Center East

Everyone welcome!
Free pizza from Rosa's!
For more information about the GSU ACM chapter, please visit our website:<>.
The chapter welcomes the following new members: Huiwen Ju, Sandra Kurian, and Bryan Martinez-Pineda.
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