Computer Science Students Take Second at International Contest
Two of our own computer science students, John Lopez and Cameron Askew, placed second in the international Data Mining Cup 2011.
The competition attracted more than 100 applicants from 40 countries. It is the largest data mining contest in the world and aims to promote intelligent data analysis. Lopez and Askew entered the contest as part of their CS494 class taught by Professor Eric Jiang.
Read more about the contest.
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