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Computer & Information Sciences School Hosts Fulbright Visiting Scholar, May 23

NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences invites you to participate in a talk with Fulbright Visiting Scholar Volodymyr Turchenko, Ph.D., on the “Development of Parallel Neural Network Algorithms” on May 23, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.

Turchenko will provide a short overview of the Fulbright exchange program and some opportunities for U.S. faculty and professionals. His presentation will highlight his prior research in artificial neural network applications (artificial intelligence field).

The development of a parallel version of the batch pattern training algorithm for multilayer perceptron (MLP), recurrent neural network (RNN), radial-basis neural network (RBF) and recirculation neural network (RcNN) along with the experimental results on different parallel computing systems will be presented in the second part of the presentation.

The event will take place in the Carl DeSantis building on main campus, room 3035 on the third floor.

To RSVP, please email cannady@nova.edu.

About  Volodymyr Turchenko, Ph.D.

Volodymyr Turchenko, Ph.D., received his Engineer Diploma (honors) in Systems Engineering from Brest Polytechnic Institute, Brest, Belarus (1995) and his Ph.D. Degree in Computer Engineering from Lviv National Polytechnic University, Lviv, Ukraine (2001). In 2002-2009 he worked as Associate Professor of the Information Computing System and Control Department and a leader of Neural Network and Parallel Computing Research Group of the Research Institute for Intelligent Computer Systems, Ternopil National Economic University, Ternopil, Ukraine. He was an INTAS Postdoctoral Fellow and FP7 Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Calabria, Italy in 2004-2005 and 2009-2011 respectively. Now he is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Innovative Computing Lab, University of Tennessee, United States. His main research interests are artificial neural networks and parallel computing.