[ugrads] Fwd: SIAM Research Talk
ycao33 at hawk.iit.edu
Tue Mar 26 15:19:50 CDT 2019
Just remind we have a talk tomorrow. See you there.
Yue Cao, PHD candidate
IIT SIAM Student Chapter President
Department of Applied Mathematics
Illinois of Institute of Technology
Office: John T. Rettaliata Engineering Center, Room 232
Email: ycao33 at hawk.iit.edu
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> From: Yue Cao <ycao33 at hawk.iit.edu>
> Subject: SIAM Research Talk
> Date: March 23, 2019 at 7:21:42 PM GMT-5
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> Hi, all
> Hope you all have a nice break. Next Wednesday, 3/27, we will have our third research talk by Professor Cheng. The talk is about statistics. It is a causals one, so undergraduate students and graduate student are both welcome. We offer the lunch. See you there.
> Speaker: Professor Maggie Cheng
> Time: 12:45, 3/27, Wednesday
> Place: RE102
> Title: Statistical Anomaly Detection: Algorithms and Applications
> Abstract: In a large distributed system, devices generate data with three V’s: high volume, high velocity, and high variety. The data are generally unstructured and correlated. To quickly and accurately detect anomalies from the massive amount of data is paramount as it enables immediate countermeasures to mitigate faults and to stop fault propagation in the system, and yet it is very challenging as it requires adequate understanding of the underlying physical process that generated the data. In this talk, I will cover elements of anomaly detection in a networked system, basic detection techniques and their applications in Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). I will focus on two broadly defined anomaly detection problems: 1) outlier detection from a large dataset, and 2) change point detection from a dynamic process. Both offline and online algorithms will be discussed.
> Best Regards
> Yue Cao, PHD candidate
> IIT SIAM Student Chapter President
> Department of Applied Mathematics
> Illinois of Institute of Technology
> Office: John T. Rettaliata Engineering Center, Room 232
> Email: ycao33 at hawk.iit.edu <mailto:ycao33 at hawk.iit.edu>
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