Saturday, June 20, 2015
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Monday, June 15, 2015
We are pleased to have Dr. Emdad Khan join our Computer Science faculty at Maharishi University of Management.
Throughout his professional career, Dr. Khan has focused on education, innovation and entrepreneurship to improve the global economic, social, cultural and educational quality of life for all people on our planet.
His expertise extends from Natural Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Data Science, to Internet, Intelligent Internet, Human Computer Interaction, Machine Learning, Algorithms, Software Engineering, Semiconductors and VLSI.
His work in the areas of Big Data, Natural Language Understanding and Intelligent Agent Based Web led to the start up of the company, InternetSpeech, whose products allow people to unleash the power of the Internet simply with a standard telephone and the sound of their voice. He founded the company in 1998 with the vision to develop innovative technology for accessing information on the Internet anytime, anywhere, using just an ordinary telephone and the human voice. See http://www.internetspeech.com/ for more information.
Professor Khan plans to teach the following courses in our Computer Science Department: Algorithms, Web Application Architecture, Advanced Software Development, System Analysis and Design, Big Data, Data Mining, OOP, Software Engineering, Enterprise Architecture, Modern Programming Practices. In the future he hopes to teach Natural Language Processing, Bioinformatics and other multi-disciplinary courses.
Posted by C Shaw at 1:08 PM
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
On Saturday, May 23rd, a record 391 Maharishi University of Management graduates where honored to experience an amazing graduation talk by Dr. Yukio Hatoyama, the former Prime Minister of Japan.
Dr. Hatoyama is a member of a distinguished Japanese family, which has been compared with the Kennedy family in the US. His family has a long history of government service. His great-grandfather was the speaker of the House of Representatives in Japan’s legislature in the late 19th century. His grandfather was Prime Minister of Japan in the 1950's and helped secure membership in the United Nations for Japan. His father was Japan’s foreign minister. His younger brother served as Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications.
His family also has a long history in higher education. His great-grandfather, after stepping down from government service, became President of Waseda University, and his great grandmother co-founded Kyoritsu Women’s University. At the graduation, Dr. Hatoyama received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from MUM.
Dr. Hatoyama holds an undergraduate degree in engineering from the University of Tokyo and a PhD in industrial engineering from Stanford. He was a professor of engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology and Senshu University.
His political career began in 1986, when he was elected to the House of Representatives. He was elected Prime Minister in 2009, and despite his relatively short time in office, he has a long list of achievements, including greater spending on education and student scholarships and free support services for people with disabilities. Under his leadership, Japanese relations with China became more cordial.
Please enjoy photos of the event here.
Posted by C Shaw at 2:49 PM
Saturday, February 21, 2015
One week ago, we registered and welcomed 128 new students from 23 countries to our MS in Computer Science for Computer Professionals program. Our next entry is May 22, 2015.
Students come from:
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Posted by C Shaw at 11:25 AM
Sunday, February 1, 2015
by Dr. Anil K. Maheshwari, Professor of Management Information
Systems, and Director of the Center for Data Analytics at
Maharishi University of Management
Business Intelligence and Data Mining is a conversational and
informative book in the exploding area of Business Analytics.
Using this book, one can easily gain the intuition about
the area, along with a solid tool set of major data mining
techniques and platforms. This book can thus be gainfully
used as a textbook for a college course. It is also short and
accessible enough for a busy executive to become a quasi-expert
in this area in a couple of hours. Every chapter begins
with a case-let from the real world, and ends with a case
study that runs across the chapters.
Dr. Anil K. Maheshwari is a Professor of Management Information
Systems, and Director of the Center for Data Analytics at
Maharishi University of Management. He teaches courses
in data analytics, and helps scientific and commercial organizations
with extracting deep insights from data. He has
worked in a variety of leadership roles at IBM in Austin TX,
and also at start-up companies. Dr. Maheshwari has taught at the University
of Cincinnati, City University of New York, and others.
He earned an electrical engineering degree from Indian Institute
of Technology in Delhi, an MBA from Indian Institute of
Management in Ahmedabad, and a PhD from Case Western
Reserve University. He is a practitioner of the Transcendental Meditation™ technique,
and blogs at anilmah.com.
Posted by C Shaw at 2:53 PM
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
NEWS! We are adding a 4th entry to the MS in Computer Science for Computer Professionals program in 2015
Posted by C Shaw at 3:39 PM
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Students have come from Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Jordan, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Viet Nam, and Yemen.
Posted by C Shaw at 12:52 PM
Sunday, June 22, 2014
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts there will be nearly 140,000 brand new software developer positions created before 2022 (22.8 percent employment growth). The profession's superb job prospects, low unemployment rate and excellent median salary helped it grab the coveted No. 1 spot in their ranking of the Best Jobs of 2014. See article.
Posted by C Shaw at 3:45 PM
Saturday, June 7, 2014
A Farewell Party was held for Greg Clarke-Johnsen, Director of MUM Computer Science Admissions. He and his wife, Christine, (in front of Greg) are retiring to Vancouver Island, Canada to pursue art full-time. Greg was Director for ~10 years and will be missed. See more photos here.
Posted by C Shaw at 3:55 PM