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CSE591/MB591 Seminars (1.5 credits)
  - in AI and Data Science

This course is meant to give students opportunities to explore topics in detail. Students will research topics and organize presentations for faculty and other students.
  • » 23 hours (8 weeks) in class lecturing plus dedicated mentoring sessions from our faculty of industry experts
  • » 1.5 semester credits for both certificate and master’s degree
  • » Access to high-quality live class recording
  • » Online live classroom available for all classes
  • » Lifetime learning resources for our students
  • $ 990
Course Description

This course is meant to give students opportunities to explore topics in detail. Students will research topics and organize presentations for faculty and other students. The topics may be any aspect of the Artificial Intelligence and Data Science and must be approved by the instructor in advance. Students can take up to two seminar courses. The oral presentation and engineering concept explanation is a fundamental communication tool that students will employ throughout their professional career. In this course, students will participate in activities that will develop their presentation skills which includes observation, question, critique, research, and presentation, also they will have opportunities to explore a special topic in depth.

Your Instructor

Dr. Glen Qin

Dr. Glen Qin got his Ph.D. degree from UC Berkeley in EECS, and have been working in the industry for about 20 years. The industrial experience at Silicon Valley has helped Dr. Qin always be at the cutting edge of the new technologies. He has been working for large companies, like AT&T, small startups, like Optimal Networks, and medium size company like Netgear. His industrial experience is mainly focus on Computer Networks, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, big data, and AI. He started his career as a software engineer, and moved to engineering management, and product management gradually. In 2011, Dr. Qin and a few others founded California Science and Technology University (CSTU), and has been the president of the CSTU ever since.

Dr. Qin is also actively involved in community activities. He was the president and the chairman of Silicon Valley Tsinghua Network, a Tsinghua Alumni organization helping the graduates from Tsinghua to thrive in the Silicon Valley.