Leonardo Enzo Brito da Silva, Ph.D. candidate in computer engineering, and his advisor, Dr. Donald C. Wunsch II, presented a tutorial at the IEEE / INNS International Joint Conference on Neural Networks in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in July. Their presentation was titled “Adaptive Resonance Theory in Social Media Clustering with Applications.” Both also gave presentations at the University of Rio Grande do Norte in Natal, Brazil, about unsupervised learning.
Wunsch is the Mary K. Finley Missouri Distinguished Professor and director of S&T’s Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory (ACIL), which had four papers at the Rio de Janeiro conference. He also also participated in a strategic retreat for the board and former presidents of the International Neural Networks Society in Buzios, Brazil; and in a meeting of the editorial board of the journal Neural Networks in Rio.
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