Part II: Cloud, Semantic, Context-aware, % Computing: the Brave New World of Computer Science

On January 31, Tuesday, Daniel Kornev, CEO & Founder at Neocyte Labs, and Natalia Smirnova, CEO & Founder at Social Lab, will deliver the second part of their Open Talk on the New Problems & Trends of the Modern Computer Science: Context-aware Computing & Human-Computer Interaction at Higher School of Economics.

Event Details:

When:
January, 31, 2012

Time:
10:30am – 12:00pm

What:
“New Problems & Trends of the Modern Computer Science: Context-aware Computing & Human-Computer Interaction”

Tagline: Cloud, Semantic, Context-aware, % Computing: the Brave New World of Computer Science

Tags: Ubiquitous & Semantic Computing, Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Cloud & Context-aware Computing, Human-Computer Interaction, Natural User Interfaces, Multitouch, Kinect, Speech, Privacy, Social Networks, Graph-based Databases, New Organization, New Customer.

Who:

Daniel Kornev, CEO & Founder at Neocyte Labs
Daniel worked previosly at Google, Microsoft and Microsoft Research at various roles including HCI Researcher intern, Technical Program Manager & Program Manager Lead.
He founded Neocyte Labs back in 2010 after return from his internship at Microsoft Research in Redmond, WA, USA. Neocyte Labs was called the best startup at Harvest 2010 startup event.
Daniel left Google in Fall of 2011 to fully focus on his work at Neocyte Labs, with goal to build Zet Universe product – a visual information environment designed for the post-PC world. You can read more about Zet Universe in company’s blog: http://blog.neocytelabs.com/

Natalia Smirnova, CEO & Founder at Social Lab
Natalia worked previously at various Russian companies including Sales Executive role at E-xecutive and Internal Communications Director roles in large insurance companies.
She founded Social Lab back in 2009, and she is an author and inventor of Social Network Analysis approach used to identify key people in the internal communications of the company using graph-based math methods.

She founded Social Lab back in 2009, and she is an author and inventor of Organizational Network Analysis approach used to identify key people in the internal communications of the company using graph-based math methods.
Natalia’s company provides a service of Organizational Network Analysis for its customers, enabling them to identify key issues of internal communications to bring neccessary changes to the organization structure.
Natalia’s company provides services on performing complex organizational analysis and critical information gathering; Organizational Network Analysis is a methodology of organization structure research that is the must-use tool required in case of company re-orgs, mergers & acquisitions. You can learn more about her company and the method at this website: http://www.sociallab.ru/

Where:
Kirpichnaya Street, 33, Moscow, Russia

Room #:
534

Map:
Kirpichnaya ulitsa, 33, gorod Moskva, Russia
105187

Feel free to join this seminar!

To register, use Facebook event or email directly me at daniel-public (at) neocytelabs dot com.

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