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Talking Graph Analytics With Students

Last Saturday, our Tunisian team Safa, Ichraf Hamza and Amine took part in the ENSI (Ecole Nationale des Sciences de l’Informatique) virtual forum to share their experience and meet the students! 

Our graph specialist Amine Ghrab talked to students about the power of graph analytics. 

Did you know that domains such as social networks, transportation, and biological networks are naturally modelled as graphs? He explained how a multitude of emerging problems can be represented using graph models and are efficiently solved using graph algorithms: 

“Over the past decade, business and social environments have become increasingly complex and interconnected. As a result, graphs have emerged as a widespread abstraction tool at the core of the information infrastructure that supports these environments. In the presentation, I discussed

  • The value of Graphs and their emergence in a multitude of domains
  • The growing graph ecosystem of industrial graph tools
  • Data analytics beyond the euclidean space: with examples of graph querying, mining, and Graph ML 
  • The integration of graphs within established BI systems, where graph warehouses extend current information systems with graphs management and analysis capabilities.”

If you wish to know more about graphs or have access to the slide, do not hesitate to reach out to research.euranova.eu!

Kudo to the ENSI team for the organisation. It was a pleasure for us to be able to exchange with students. If you are a student interested in the field of graphs, Amine proposes a graduation project on the subject. You can find all the internship offers on our website.

 

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