Recent graduates of the Master of Professional Studies in Data Analytics program at Penn State Great Valley secured full-time positions despite the uncertainty surrounding employment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Youakim Badr, Partha Mukherjee, Raghu Sangwan, and Satish Srinivasan's research proposal brings a multidisciplinary approach to evaluating intelligent systems, identifying vulnerabilities, and developing solutions to mitigate risks.
Penn State Great Valley is expanding its reach in the data analytics world by joining the Qlik Academic Program -- a partnership that includes a software donation of the state-of-the-art data analytics platform Qlik Sense.
Two teams of Great Valley students advanced to the second phase of the Nittany AI Challenge, with one receiving funding for the final round. The teams expand on their classroom knowledge by using cutting-edge AI technologies.
Data analytics graduate students Scott Clayman and Devendra Jaiswal worked with Mohamad Darayi, assistant professor of systems engineering, on his research on Pennsylvania’s freight transportation infrastructure resilience, and presented their findings at the annual INFORMS conference.
Data analytics graduate students Harsh Anand, Atharva Mungee and Rahul Sharma won first place at the Wawa-HCL hackathon, their first hackathon in the United States. The group's models were able to predict Wawa sales data with 90 to 93 percent accuracy.
Anchal Gupta, a data analytics graduate student at Penn State Great Valley, attended the inaugural Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Summer School, where she presented her master's thesis research to a panel of industry leaders.
Five Penn State Great Valley graduate students recently worked nonstop to analyze a complex, 14 million row dataset from Indeed.com. Little did they know that just 48 hours later they would be recognized for their findings and creativity after two rounds of presentations.