April 29, 2017

Seminar Series

November 8, 1999
Topic: Data Mining
Speaker: Murray Campbell, Research Scientist IBM TJ Watson Research Center

The tremendous growth of the Internet has created a challenging set of problems in analyzing the content, structure, and usage of the Web. I will discuss a number of approaches to extracting novel and actionable information from the Web through the use of data mining methods. I will particularly focus on the analysis of usage patterns of a large customer support website.


Murray Campbell is a research scientist at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. He is a key member of the team that developed Deep Blue, the first computer to defeat the World Chess Champion in a regulation match, for which Dr. Campbell was awarded the Fredkin Prize and the Allen Newell Research Excellence Medal. Campbell received his PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests include data mining for financial and web applications.