David G. Dobolyi is an Assistant Professor in the division of Organizational Leadership and Information Analytics, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder. He earned his PhD in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Virginia, and his research spans a range of topics including cybersecurity, text analytics, and face recognition. His work leverages a variety of statistical methods including predictive analytics, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and behavioral experiments.
business analytics, machine learning, facial recognition, natural language processing, behavioral experiments, cognitive psychology
MSBX 5405 - Structured Data Modeling and Analysis
Explores both the functional and technical environment for the creation, storage and use of the most prevalent source and type of data for business analysis, ERP and related structured data. Students will learn how to access and leverage information via SQL for analysis, aggregation to visualization, create dashboards, and be source for business intelligence.