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February 28, 2024

Udo Sglavo of SAS Wraps Up the Spring Session of the Labcorp “Leadership in Technology” Speakers Series

Please join us on Tuesday, March 26th at 6:30 p.m. in room 1231 in Engineering Building 2 for the final talk in the Spring 2024 Labcorp “Leadership in Technology” Speakers Series


Udo Sglavo, Vice President of Applied AI and Modeling R&D at SAS, will be our special guest speaker.  His topic will be “When Everything is Data, Discover What Matters!”


With a 25-year track record of fostering technology innovation and excellence, Udo Sglavo heads a team of expert developers and data scientists dedicated to pioneering cutting-edge software and leveraging advanced models to transform the way the world works.
By imagining and building the next generation of AI-driven models and software solutions, Sglavo helps organizations harness the power of data and analytics to solve their toughest business challenges and outpace the world around them.
His commitment to pushing the boundaries of what AI can achieve has earned him recognition as a global thought leader shaping the future of technology. Sglavo has written three publications 
and holds four patents  in advanced analytics. 


Abstract:  Do you watch Orlando Magic hoops? Stock your glam bag at Ulta Beauty? Netflix and… snack on Nestle chocolate? Get the scoop on how SAS helps organizations take the computer science out of data science. SAS continues to top the leaderboard analytics, sets trends in generative AI, and scores in quantum computing and image analytics. Udo shows you how you can get in on the action...


The event is free and open to the public.  Ample free parking is available on Centennial Campus after 5 pm.  For directions and more information, click here.


These lectures have been approved by the CSC Graduate Oversight Committee to count toward the required lectures for graduate students.


***If you are unable or uncomfortable joining us in person, the talk will be broadcasted live at As always, talks will be videotaped and made available (pending speaker approval) on a dedicated YouTube channel.***



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