Three graduate students from NIDA Business School received national recognition in the TUN Data Challenge competition at Teradata Partners Conference, taking place in September 10-15, 2016, in Atlanta ...
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Three graduate students from NIDA Business School received national recognition in the TUN Data Challenge competition at Teradata Partners Conference, taking place in September 10-15, 2016, in Atlanta, GA. Congratulations to the award winning team as our MBA students, Varut Prateepvattanavit, Artitaya Keawsuk, and Niwat Suthathammarat, received first place in the conference’s 2016 Data Challenge competition.
Even though more than 74 teams from many universities competed in the contest, only seven teams were recognized by the committees for the data challenge competition. One of these teams came from NIDA Business School along with the other teams from Carnegie Mellon University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Loyola University Chicago, Missouri University of Science and Technology, andUniversity of Waterloo.
“NIDA Business School is one of the leading academic institutes in Thailand producing qualified post graduate students in both Master and Ph.D. Programs. To broaden knowledge and vision of our students, the School encourages students to participate in many academic activities including conference proceedings, annual seminars, and student exchange programs. This year, our student team was selected as one of the finalists and presented their work professionally at the conference”. Chongwatpol said.
The conference hosted the premier event for business intelligence and business analytics professionals worldwide, over 4,000 attendees this year. “They have performed consistently well in the big data and data mining course. As a part of the course project, they participated in the data and analytics challenge organized annually by Terada University Networks (TUN). By attending one of the largest business intelligence and analytics conference, it is a great opportunity for them not only to show cases of their work but also to network and exchange ideas with professionals increasing their educational and career opportunities in the long run.” Chongwatpol added.
For more information about MBA program at NIDA business school, MIS major, or 2016 TUN Data Challenge, visit the program website, http://mba.nida.ac.th/, or contact Dr. Jongsawas Chongwatpol by calling (662) 727-3846, or sending an email to email@example.com.