Discuss with the University of New Hampshire on graduate programs in Computer Science and Analytics offered on campus. Dr. Phani Kidambi, Faculty - Analytics and data science and Dr. Phil Hatcher, Faculty - Computer science at the University will be available exclusively for Yocket users in a live webinar session.
The session will include:
followed by a 'Question and Answer' session.
About the University -
About the Speakers -
Dr. Phani Kidambi (PK) - joins the Analytics and Data Science program at UNH as a lecturer. Prior to joining UNH, PK served as a Data Scientist in the Customer Experience Strategy Team at Wells Fargo and as a faculty/administrator/researcher at Wright State University. PK’s major accomplishments include quantifying customer experience emotions with TouchID and MRDC products at Wells Fargo, increasing Wright State’s international enrollment by over 80% in a period of 18 months utilizing data science techniques, generating over $7 Million in research/service contracts, publishing over 25 technical articles and winning two teaching awards. His research interests are in the areas of Data Science, Business Intelligence, Decision Support Systems, Content Based Image Retrieval, Pattern Recognition, Information Retrieval, Medical Image Processing, Human Computer Interaction, Usability, Customer Experience, Affective cues, Culture and Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Phil Hatcher - has been a faculty member at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) since 1986. Hatcher received a B.S. in mathematics from Purdue University in 1978, an M.S. in computer science from Purdue University in 1979, and a Ph.D. in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1985. He is a member of ACM, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, and the IEEE Computer Society. In 1992 he received the Outstanding Assistant Professor Award from UNH. In 1996 Hatcher was appointed to a Norman and Marie Waite Professorship at UNH. In 2017 Hatcher was given the Class of 1944 Professorship Award. In 1997-1999, 2003-2006 and 2007-2011, Hatcher was the Chair of the Department of Computer Science at UNH.