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Developing Measurably Effective Technical Training Programs in Industry

Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Developing Measurably Effective Technical Training Programs in Industry
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
Location: MATH 501
Presenter: Tod Newman, Raytheon Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Highly trained technical professionals are often given the opportunity to teach others in their company about their technical domain.  This is an opportunity that is frequently not taken full advantage of.  This presentation is intended to share lessons on how to maximize the delivery of highly effective knowledge transfer to teammates while also helping advance the professional goals of the training developer.  As a bonus, examples will be provided on teaching the math around neural networks.

Bio:  Tod Newman is a Raytheon Engineering Fellow who leads Raytheon’s corporate center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.  He has a 20+ year career at Raytheon and has strong interest in AI/ML, complex systems, and embedded processing architectures.  Prior to Raytheon, he served as an officer in the U.S. Coast Guard.