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June 25, 1-5PM / June 26, 8-12PM | Griffin Hall Digitorum


Kevin Kirby



Kevin Kirby is a native of Royal Oak, Michigan, moved to Cincinnati in 1994, is married to a writer/teacher, and they have one son. His undergraduate work was in math and linguistics, and his MS and PhD are in computer science (cognates in physics and neuroscience) from Wayne State University. His dissertation was on neural computing, and he continued to work in deep learning. He received the Mathematical Association of America’s Polya Award in 1997, and have been deeply involved in international work at NKU (Mexico and Korea in particular). He became Computer Science chair in ’08 and Informatics dean in ’11. He loves teaching everything from intro Python programming to graduate-level theory of computation.

Date: June 25, 1-5PM / June 26, 8-12PM

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Location: Griffin Hall, Digitorium

Fee: $450, includes parking and snacks on day 1 /  breakfast on day 2

Prerequisites: Business professionals who write code and who've had calculus in the last 5-10 years

Required Software: TensorFlow? System Requirements?



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