On September 1st, the Division of Information Systems and Management Engineering successfully held a career and college experience exchange meeting. The main purpose of this activity is to help students better understand the major of big data management and applications, and the skills needed to engage in big data work and the progress in college.
Yang Lei, visiting assistant professor of the Division of Information Systems and Management Engineering, gave the opening remarks for the event
Ms. Lin from PwC introduced the positions and career plans that PwC provides for big data majors, enumerated the work content of risk control, consulting and other functional departments, explained the skills necessary for big data professionals, shared many big data-related articles for reference and learning, and warmly welcome everyone to practice in PwC's multiple positions.
Ms. Lin from PwC
Mr. Sun from Yimian by Ascential explained how data should be used and what value data can help companies achieve. At the same time, he sorted out the complete chain from integrating multi-channel data, to cleaning data, to using big data to help enterprises make decisions. Then he specifically analyzed two cases in which they helped Lexus and Master Kong make decisions. The techniques includes using of social media data for fan portraits, cluster analysis of e-commerce titles, product sales and other data, and analysis of the semantics of social network comments.
Mr. Sun from Yimian by Ascential
Ms. Zheng from a well-known cloud service provider introduced an important field in big data applications, data visualization. Data visualization technology helps extract information and value from complex data faster and better. She demonstrated using of data visualization software, using phone data to speculate and analyze a person's behavior trajectory and even income level, showing the power and value of data to students.
The invited outstanding graduates shared their various experiences on the way to employment and advanced college, and gave meticulous answers to students' questions.