The Secret to a Perfect Search 
How big data improves user experience
May 17, 2016 | 10-11 am PT
Free Stanford Webinar 

A recording of this webinar will be made available within a week of the live session.

What makes "googling" the best way to search for something on the Internet? Google's search scientists know the answer lies in the data.

Join Rajan Patel, Stanford Instructor and Google Engineer, as he shares insights into the manipulation of large complex data sets and how you can turn them into valuable, actionable information for your company.

You will learn:
  • How to ensure effectiveness of mobile searches
  • New approaches to natural language and popular queries
  • Ways to maintain search result "freshness"

About the Speaker

rajan-patel.jpgRajan Patel, Ph.D., teaches STATS202, Introduction to Data Mining, at Stanford University as a visiting instructor in the Statistics department. He also works as a Search Scientist at Google, Inc. where he has led several successful projects resulting in the integral use of live traffic experiments in search quality evaluation.

Presented by
Data Mining and Applications Graduate Certificate

Please contact us at [email protected] or 650-204-3984.