CISE Faculty Candidate Seminar: Mohammad Al-Saad


12:00 pm-1:00 pm
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Malachowsky Hall 7200
1889 Museum Road
Gainesville, Fl 32611


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Biography: Mr. Mohammad Al-Saad is a seasoned machine learning enthusiast and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Georgia, specializing in AI/ML solution design, implementation, and optimization. He has extensive experience in academia, having served as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Georgia and the Jordan University of Science and Technology, where he also earned his Master’s degree. Mr. Al-Saad has also made significant contributions to the field through internships at Honeywell, where he focused on data science and machine learning applications. His academic journey is marked by a strong commitment to innovation and impactful research in artificial intelligence, aiming to solve complex problems and contribute meaningfully to the field.

Title of the Talk: Introduction to Binary Search Trees

Abstract: In this talk, Mr. Al-Saad will delve into the underlying concepts and applications of binary search trees in computer science. He will explore their structure, operations, and efficiency in various scenarios. The talk will also highlight the practical applications of binary search trees in data organization and retrieval, providing insights into their role in enhancing computational efficiency. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of this very important data structure, its implementation, and its significance in modern computing.


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Department of CISE; Faculty Host: Amanpreet Kapoor