On April 23rd I’ll be presenting a seminar lecture at University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon (http://www.uprb.edu).

Topic, time, abstract, level, and requirements follows. 

Topic: Understanding Search Engines

Time: 12 Noon

Abstract: What are search engines? How do they work? What are their main components? How do they analyze document relevancy? What it takes to rank a web page in the top 10 search results of Google, Yahoo, and other search engines? These questions will be addressed in this conference.

Level: Beginners.
Requirements: None.

If you are an uprb student, a faculty, or staff and happen to be an SEO or webmaster, don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn answers to these and similar questions.

I will also use that opportunity to promote the upcoming conference we are co-organizing at Polytechnic University:

Search Engines and Information Security

This will be held in October 3 & 4, 2008. Additional information will be provided soon at PUPR.edu and Mi Islita.com sites.

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