MIMS Class Visits

Come experience a MIMS class for yourself! Classes open to prospective students this fall include:

Info 256. Applied Natural Language Processing
Taught by Prof. David Bamman, this course examines the state-of-the-art in applied Natural Language Processing (also known as content analysis and language engineering), with an emphasis on how well existing algorithms perform and how they can be used (or not) in applications

Info 290T. Biosensory Computing
Taught by Prof. John Chuang, this multidisciplinary course explores the intellectual foundations and research advances in biosensory computing. We will survey the range of biosensing modalities and technologies, study temporal and spectral data analysis and visualization techniques, interrogate the designs of novel biosensing applications, and tackle issues of user privacy and research ethics.
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