UMKC NSF I/UCRC on Big Learning (CBL) Information Day and Workshop, Unversity of Missouri-Kansas City

We are very excited to announce the official launch of National Science Foundation Center for Big Learning (CBL) at UMKC!!

Date: March 9th, 2018

Time: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Place: Pierson Auditorium, UMKC, Kansas City, MO 64110.

Tentative Schedule: Click here 


9:30- 10:00 am
  1. Welcome from Vice Provost Lawrence Dreyfus
  2. Introducing UMKC SCE (Dean Truman/Tony Caruso)
  3. Welcome and introducing CSEE (Chair Prof. Chaudhry)
10:00-10:45 am
  1.  Introducing CBL@UMKC (Zhu)
  2.  I/UCRC success story (Reza & Greg)
  3. CBL Center Projects (Yugi) [10 mins]
  4. Social media and digital pathology (Praveen) [5 mins]
  5. IoT and networking (Sejun) [5 mins]
10:45-11:00 am
  • Coffee break

11:00-12:00 am
Industry Talks:
  1. CloudMinds’ Human Augmented Robotic Intelligence (HARI) Platform (Dr. Qiang Li) [15minutes]
  2. IBM Analytics (Al Martin, VP, IBM) [10 mins]
  3. Smart Cities Initiative in KC (Aaron Deacon, KC Digital Drive) [10 mins]
  4. “Intelligent Radar for Drone, Car, and City”, (Dr. Zongbo Wang, Ainstein). [5 minutes]
  5. AI at TeraCrunch (Tapan Bhatt, CEO, TeraCrunch ) [10 mins]
  6. “The future of mobile imaging”, (Kevin Lou, CEO, Sunny Optical USA). [5 minutes]
  7. Collaborative Project: VinSolutions (Mo Ali) & UMKC (Yugi Lee/Praveen Rao), “CRM Sales Prediction Using Continuous Time-Evolving Classification” [10 minutes]
12:00-12:15 pm
  • Lunch
  • Start CBL workshop poster spotlight: 1 minute each poster, total limited to 15 min.
12:15-2:00 pm
  • Poster session, discussion, and networking.
2:00-2:15 pm
  • Wrap up, feedback form.

Directions and Parking


Click here to get the directions using Google Maps


Refer to the following UMKC map for the directions and parking.

If you need a parking permit, please contact us (use the form on the main page)


For free parking, refer to the following map


One Thought to “CBL-UMKC Information Day”

  1. Max

    Nice.. Very excited for the event! Way to go UMKC!

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