The IDSI will be hosting a monthly networking event (Coffee Klatch) on Oct 16 at 3:30 pm, POTR 234. We will highlight ‘Data Science Consulting Service (DSCS)’. Attendees will learn how to use DSCS resources and hear directly from faculty who are currently using DSCS. Please encourage your faculty and graduate/post-doctoral students to attend. It is also an excellent opportunity to network with other faculty who have common interest in data science.
Data Science Consulting Service
What it is and how to use it for your research?
Coffee Klatch Networking Event
3:30-5:00 pm, FU Room, POTR 234
October 16, 2019
Light refreshments will be offered
- Data Science Consulting Service by Guang Lin, Director and Departments of Mathematics/Mechanical Engineering/Statistics (Courtesy)/Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (Courtesy)
- IMPACT Data Science Education by Clarence Maybee, Libraries and School of Information Science
- Factors that Contribute to Falls: Unsupervised Learning with Data from a National Survey by Shirley Rietdyk, Department of Health and Kinesiology
- Computational Challenges in Cryo-EM Image Processing and 3D Reconstruction by Wen Jiang, Department of Biological Sciences
- Engineering Microbiomes, Mohit Verma, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering; Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering
- Oocyte Fluorescent Data Analysis by Nikki Camlin, Department of Biology Sciences
- Plant Exocyst Complex Mediates Dynamic Transport of Proteins Essential for Plant Growth and Environment Adaptation by Chunhua Zhang, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology