About this Event
Our September chapter meeting features Dr. Rico Picone from Saint Martin's University (SMU). He will be giving a short presentation to the Chapter about machine learning and its place in manufacturing.
Machine learning is a suite of computational and statistical tools used to identify patterns in data; it is emerging as a popular field due to practical applications in optimization, data processing, and statistical inference. The proliferation of increasingly accessible tools and low-cost of computer power has cemented it among the fastest growing technical fields of the day.
7:30-8:00pm PST; Dr. Rico's presentation and questions.
8:00-8:30pm PST; SME Seattle 39 monthly chapter meeting
Meeting is online via WebEx. Register for this event with the email address you want, reminder links will be sent 15 minutes before the meeting starts.
About Dr. Rico Picone:
Dr. Rico's studied magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologies at the UW, where he acquired his PhD, "Separative magnetization transport: theory, model, and experiment".
At St. Martin's, Dr. Rico's teaching focuses on mechatronics, control systems, and robotics while his research concerns engineering education, AI, and human-computer interaction.
Dr. Rico's Website: