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For Christos Margetis, the spin on search engine marketing makes his blood boil. And this from a man who decided to stop paying insane amounts of money on pay per click advertising, having already achieved to place his other eighteen months previous business as the most popular small scale search engine in the world, according to Alexa rankings. Christos Margetis launched his new search engine marketing podcast, in order to give advertisers and publishers a more efficient way doing business ...
 
Welcome to the Leading with Data Podcast! The podcast for leaders seeking new, frontline-tested ways to use data for strategy, insights, and solving challenges. Throughout the Leading with Data Podcast series, business leaders from diverse industries will share how data is important to their business objectives and industry transformation. Our Leading with Data Podcast host is Jason Dorsey. Jason is the President and Co-Founder of The Center of Generational Kinetics, a research and strategy ...
 
Machine minds is a podcast exploring how technology is reshaping our relationships with our bodies, minds and each other. We’ll be drawing on new research from human computer interaction, sociology, psychology, economics, and law. The series will tackle topics including stereotypes and search engines, chatbots and childhood, and antagonistic algorithms. We’ll be interviewing researchers, activists and people whose day-to-day lives are being changed by technology in dramatic and subtle ways. ...
 
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In this episode, we’ll have a conversation with Dr. Donna Riley, the Kamyar Haghighi Head of Engineering Education and discuss the origin of the first School of Engineering Education in the world, the transformation of our First-Year Engineering program, and how we adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr. Riley shares about the founder of Purdue's Sch…
 
In this episode highlighting the School of Mechanical Engineering (ME), we meet Eric Nauman, a professor of mechanical engineering at Purdue University. We'll learn more about his work to to reduce head injuries in sports. In this episode, Professor Eric Nauman shares about his work to reduce head injuries in sports. He is a sought-after expert in …
 
In this episode highlighting the School of Mechanical Engineering (ME), we meet Nina Mahmoudian, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Purdue University. We'll learn more about her work with controlling individual and multiple autonomous vehicles in harsh dynamic environments, addressing challenges that currently limit the use of auto…
 
In this episode highlighting the School of Mechanical Engineering (ME), we meet Greg Shaver, a professor of mechanical engineering at Purdue University. We'll learn more about his work with connected Class 8 trucks and autonomous truck platooning. Professor Greg Shaver shares about his work with autonomous commercial vehicles, specifically with cla…
 
In this episode highlighting the Agricultural and Biological Engineering, we meet Mohit Verma, an assistant professor in Agriculture and Biological Engineering at Purdue University and learn more about his work to develop a rapid diagnostic tool for Covid-19. This is one of two episodes featuring Purdue University's Agricultural and Biological Engi…
 
In this episode highlighting the Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE), we meet Dennis Buckmaster, a Professor in Agriculture and Biological Engineering and Dean’s Fellow for Digital Agriculture in the College of Agriculture and learn more about his many projects involving digital agriculture. This is one of two episodes featuring Purdue Un…
 
Welcome to Leading with Data, the podcast from Molecula that brings you conversations with leading voices in data and management. In this episode, we speak to Sanjay Poonen, COO of VMware, the sixth-largest software company in the world, and an expert on the developments of AI using big data. With his broad experience across the technology and data…
 
Welcome to Leading with Data, the podcast from Molecula bringing you conversations with the leading voices in data and management. In this episode, Jason speaks to Jon Lehr, a venture capital Co-Founder who truly encompasses how to strategically use data in leadership. Jon is the Co-Founder and General Partner of Work-Bench. He’s also the Founder o…
 
In this episode, we speak to one of the leading voices in data-led decisions – Kurt Kratchman. Kurt has held a number of unique roles within the data industry, including starting out as a traffic engineer, a stint at film school and COO at revolutionary start-up, Grapeshot. Now the GVP at Oracle Data Cloud, who acquired Grapeshot in 2018, Kurt shar…
 
Welcome to Leading with Data, the podcast from Molecula that brings you conversations with some of the leading voices in data and management. In this episode, we speak to one of the leading voices in data-driven business transformation – Jonathan Mariner. Jonathan has held a number of unique roles within the scope of his financial training, most no…
 
Introducing the Leading with Data podcast from Molecula, with your host Jason Dorsey. Jason is the President and Co-Founder of The Center for Generational Kinetics, a research and strategy firm serving many of the Fortune 2000. Jason is also a best-selling author and has appeared on more than 200 TV shows, has done 65 research studies, and has over…
 
Welcome to the Leading with Data podcast brought to you by Molecula and Oracle. Our brand new podcast is hosted by Jason Dorsey, President and Co-Founder of The Center for Generational Kinetics. Jason is a leading Gen Z and Millennials expert, a best-selling author, researcher and global keynote speaker. The Leading with Data podcast brings you com…
 
In this episode highlighting the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, we meet Maria Dadarlat, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at Purdue University and learn more about her work in neuroscience and neural engineering. Professor Maria Dadarlat's research is aimed at developing artificial sensation for brain-machine interfaces, wh…
 
In this episode highlighting the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, we meet Krishna Jayant, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at Purdue University and learn about his research on the applications of technology to neuroscience. Professor Krishna Jayant shares how he shifted research focus after earning his PhD in electrical engi…
 
In this episode highlighting the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, we meet Elsje Pienaar, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering. We'll discuss her work to discover host-pathogen interactions through computational simulations. Professor Eljse Pienaar shares about her experience using sophisticated computational models of systems ph…
 
In this episode highlighting Nuclear Engineering, we meet Professor Shripad Revankar, Director of the Multiphase and Fuel Cell Research Laboratory in the School of Nuclear Engineering. We'll discuss his work with gas-cooled small modular reactors, part of generation IV of nuclear reactors, which are the safest and most efficient designs yet. Gas-co…
 
In this episode highlighting Nuclear Engineering, we meet Professor Lefteri Tsoukalas, professor in Nuclear engineering and a renowned scholar on deep neural networks. He’ll be sharing insights on how artificial intelligence is being integrated into nuclear power systems and nuclear security. Tsoukalas is recipient of the Humboldt Prize and an inte…
 
In this episode highlighting Nuclear Engineering, we meet Dr. Ran Kong, a post-doctoral research associate working with the head of the School of Nuclear Engineering, Dr. Seungjin Kim. He'll discuss his work with a Versatile Test Reactor and how it will contribute to the future of nuclear energy. Dr. Kong’s original intention was to study coal powe…
 
Clive Townsend is the reactor supervisor for PUR-1, Purdue University’s Reactor 1, and is responsible for its safe operation, assuring that all operations are conducted in a safe manner and within the limits prescribed by the facility license. In this episode, Townsend shares his experience in helping to manage Indiana's only nuclear reactor and th…
 
For July 2020, we are featuring research from across Environmental and Ecological Engineering (known as EEE at Purdue) in three episodes. This second episode hosted by John Sutherland, the Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering and features an interview with EEE's Caitlin Proctor and Andrew Whelton about their NSF Rapid …
 
For July 2020, we are featuring research from across Environmental and Ecological Engineering (known as EEE at Purdue) in three episodes. This third episode hosted by John Sutherland, the Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering and features an interview with Professor Fu Zhao, an international leader in life cycle enginee…
 
For July 2020, we are featuring research from across Environmental and Ecological Engineering (known as EEE at Purdue) in three episodes. This first episode is hosted by John Sutherland, the Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering and features an interview with Hua Cai, an assistant professor in Environmental and Ecologic…
 
Our June 2020 episode features an interview with Shimon Nof, a professor of Industrial Engineering in the School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University Nof discusses the foundation of Industrial Engineering, Industry 4.0, emerging areas of research, and the role industrial engineers play in helping solve challenges from the pandemic we are …
 
Our May 2020 episode features an interview with Rakesh Agrawal, PhD, the Winthrop E. Stone Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering in the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering. Agrawal discusses principal interests that have driven his research during the 15 years since he left the corporate world for academia. From his first days on Purd…
 
This April 2020 episode looks at the Lyles School of Civil Engineering, part of the College of Engineering at Purdue University. The world’s current battle against the COVID-19 pandemic makes this episode especially timely because our interview is with Professor Ernest R. (“Chip”) Blatchley III. His research deals with the preservation and disinfec…
 
The April 2020 episode presents this episode featuring an interview with Makarand (Mark) Hastak, PhD, head of Construction Engineering and Management in Purdue University’s College of Engineering. Hastak discusses CEM’s extensive, cutting-edge role in all aspects of infrastructure, pointing out how the definition of that familiar term has broadened…
 
For March 2020, we're presenting two episodes featuring professors in the School of Materials Engineering (MSE). This first episode introduces David Bahr, PhD, head and professor of materials engineering, who guides our tour of innovations and cutting-edge experts who have been part of big change at Purdue University’s College of Engineering. The e…
 
This second episode of the two-part visit to the School of Materials Engineering (MSE) remains centered on the overview provided by David Bahr PhD, head and professor and head of materials engineering. Again, comments from other faculty members with special areas of innovative expertise are interspersed throughout the conversation with Bahr. Bahr t…
 
For February 2020, we present two episodes featuring professors in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This episode explores the next generation of nano-scale technologies with a leading global expert in the field, Professor Kaushik Roy. He directs Purdue’s Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory, which was established in the 1990s and h…
 
Alex Davis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a member of the Behavior, Decision, and Policy Group, the Carnegie Electricity Industry Center, and the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making. He is currently CMU's acting director of a multi-year, multi-institutional…
 
If you’re still trying to make sense of what exactly everyone means by “artificial intelligence,” you’re not alone. In this episode, we chat with AI expert and CMU Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Radu Marculescu to figure out what all this AI hype means, and how it may affect our future.…
 
Intelligent devices that we are bringing into our home may call in to question what kind of privacy we are giving up to make life more convenient and personalized. In this episode, Carnegie Mellon University CyLab Associate Professor Lujo Bauer discusses computer security and privacy, and what we can expect in the ever-growing world of artificial i…
 
As artificial intelligence becomes pervasive, engineers are improving the underlying technology it runs on to make it faster and more efficient. In this podcast, Carnegie Mellon University Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Professor Franz Franchetti discusses what hardware means for the future of AI and what challenges still need to be overco…
 
This week, Carnegie Mellon's internationally-acclaimed hacking team, the Plaid Parliament of Pwning (PPP), will be traveling to Las Vegas to compete for its fifth "World Series of Hacking" title at the DefCon security conference. In this short piece, PPP's Carolina Zarate talks hacking and other hobbies, and shares how she got into security.Music: …
 
This week, Carnegie Mellon's internationally-acclaimed hacking team, the Plaid Parliament of Pwning (PPP), will be traveling to Las Vegas to compete for its fifth "World Series of Hacking" title at the DefCon security conference. In this short piece, PPP's Zach Wade shares how he got into security and how competitions like DefCon are more than just…
 
Did you know that if you do an image search for 'person' the results contain twice as many men as women?In this episode we investigate why this is the case by looking at bias and how it has permeated our online world, and in particular, search engines. Search engines now have the power to influence how we see the world, guiding us towards some cont…
 
Buggy, also known as Sweepstakes, is a Carnegie Mellon University tradition, a relay style race held at the annual CMU Spring Carnival where the buggy, a torpedo-like "racecar," serves as the baton. And in true CMU form, two teams are creating autonomous, self-driving buggies.โดย CMU Engineering
 
Chris Pistorius, professor of materials science and engineering and director of the Center for Iron & Steelmaking Research, discusses how the American steel industry has changed over the past 30 years and whether it can support new government infrastructure projects. Is the steel industry up to President Trump's "Made in America" challenge?Original…
 
Hackers are in high demand by companies to help strengthen their security, but there's currently a shortage of talent. CyLab director David Brumley argues that the problem is that society at-large does not fully understand what hacking means. In this episode, we'll hear from four members of CMU's top internationally ranked hacking team, the Plaid P…
 
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