CSE 600: ​Graph Mining at Scale: Theory and Practice with Bryan Perozzi

Dates: 
Friday, October 6, 2017 - 14:30 to 16:00
Location: 
Room 120, New CS

​Title: ​Graph Mining at Scale: Theory and Practice
Speaker: Bryan Perozzi​, Research Scientist at Google ​

Abstract: The Google Graph Mining Team's mission is to develop scalable algorithms for analyzing huge graphs. The team's research interests span from the theoretical to the empirical, and it is a regular presence at top conferences in many areas of computer science -- including databases, data mining, distributed systems, machine learning, and theory. This talk will cover the team, the challenges it faces, and some of its recent results (from VLDB’16, NIPS’16, ICML’17, WWW’17, STOC’17, and KDD’17).

Please ​RSVP: ​goo.gl/JYHjpS

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CSE 600: ​Graph Mining at Scale: Theory and Practice with Bryan Perozzi