UW IoT Tutorials

Webinar Attendees

Experience hands-on training in emerging IoT related areas through our in-person tutorials. Gain practical insight and knowledge in a vast amount of different IoT applications.

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August 2019 Tutorial

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The August 9 IoT event was a successful full-day workshop on “Analyzing Data in Motion”. The workshop by the IBM team exposed the audience to multiple options for streaming, capturing, and analyzing data for their business. The workshop also gave attendees hands-on experience with software from IBM designed to capture and analyze millions of operations per second.

June 2019 Tutorial

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The June 21 IoT event was a successful full-day tutorial on “Cyber Security and Resilience of Cyber-Physical Systems”. The tutorial by Professor Kevin Jin exposed the audience to fundamental security challenges and techniques specific to cyber-physical systems, including industrial control systems and those considered critical infrastructure systems.

December 2018 Tutorial

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The December 14 IoT tutorial was a full day of valuable content and knowledge-sharing. The workshop taught attendees fundamental concepts and several important methods regarding deep learning.

June 2018 Tutorial

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The June 12 IoT event was a successful full-day tutorial on “Predictive Analytics with Rattle and R”. The workshop by Dr. Chen taught attendees several important methods for predictive analytics, including model selection, regression, and classification.

December 2017 Tutorial

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The December 14th event was a full-day tutorial on “Industrial Data Analytics Using “R”. This introduction workshop taught attendees how to insert and manipulate data using “R”in order to gain major insights for their organization.