ARRIVAL OF A PROFESSOR FROM THE BOIT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERLIN, GERMANY, B. E. REZNIK TO THE KAZNU DEPARTMENT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND BIG DATA

2/25/2020

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From 25.02.2020 to 27.02.2020, the Department of Artificial intelligence and Big Data hosts seminars of Professor B. E. Reznik from the Boit University of applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany.

From 25.02.2020 to 27.02.2020, the Department of Artificial intelligence and Big Data hosts seminars of Professor from the Boit University of applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany, B. E. Reznik. 
PROGRAM
Professor of the Boit University of applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany Reznik B. E. stays at the KazNU. Al-Farabi
 
1. Time: From 25.02.2020 to 27.02.2020.


2. Place: Kazakh national University named after al-Farabi, Fit, AUD. 213, 10-b / 5


3. Receiving organization: Department of cartography and Geoinformatics
                                     Department of artificial intelligence and Big Data
 
 
25.02.2020  11: 30-12:00
Meeting with the deans of the faculty of information technology B. A. Urmashev

25.02.2020  14:00-16:00
The issues of automatic pattern recognition in the analysis of deformations

25.02.2020 16:00-18:00
Workshop: digital signal processing in Matlab

26.02.2020 10:00-12:00
Modern methods and tools for monitoring engineering structures
The geological faculty, room. Three hundred fifteen

26.02.2020 14:00-16:00
Organization of work of a master's student on conducting research in the field of ecology using GIS technologies
The geological faculty, room. Three hundred fifteen

26.02.2020 16:00-18:00
Seminar: methods for storing, processing and visualizing the measurement results of geodetic sensors
The geological faculty, room. Three hundred fifteen

27.02.2020   10:00-12:00
Geodetic equipment for monitoring building structures
Fit, building 10 b, laboratory 5

27.02.2020   14:00-16:00
Software for automatic monitoring of building structures
Fit, building 10 b, laboratory 5

27.02.2020  16:00-18:00
Workshop: using machine learning for forecasting tasks in Python
Fit, building 10 b, laboratory 5