Events

MIDAS hosting Data Science Summer Camp for high school students

The Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS) is hosting a data science summer camp for juniors and seniors in high school, from July 18 – 22, 2016. Students in the camp, titled "From Simple Building Blocks to Complex Shapes: A Visual Tour of Fourier Series" will create art, diagnose disease, and play detective using the Fourier Series. […]

Info Session: Data Services at U-M

Rackham Building, Earl Lewis Room, 3rd Floor East 915 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Representatives of Consulting for Statistics, Computing and Analytics Research (CSCAR) and the U-M Library (UML) will give an overview of services that are now available to support data-intensive research on campus.  As part of the U-M Data Science Initiative, CSCAR and UML are expanding their scopes and adding capacity to support a wide range of […]

various research project visualizations

2017 MICDE Annual Symposium

Rackham Building, 4th Floor 915 E. Washington, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Please join us for the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering 2017 Symposium. The event features eminent scientists from around the world and the U-M campus. The symposium this year focuses on the “New Era of Data-Enabled Computational Science.” Speakers: Frederica Darema -- Director, Air Force Office of Scientific Research George Karniadakis --  Professor of Applied […]

2017 U-M Data Science Research Forum

Michigan League 911 N. University, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Forum Highlights Oral and poster presentations on Theoretical foundations of data science Data science methodology Data science applications in any research domain Social impact of data science research How to engage industry workshop Adrian Fortino, Partner (Mercury Fund) Mike Psarouthakis, Director (U-M Venture Center) Kevyn Collins-Thompson, Associate Professor, U-M School of Information Mike Cafarella, Associate Professor, […]

Hadoop and Spark Workshop

East Hall B250 530 Church St., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Overview Learn how to process large amounts (up to terabytes) of data using SQL and/or simple programming models available in Python, R, Scala, and Java. Computers will be provided to follow along with hands-on examples; users can also bring laptops. Prerequisites Intro to the Linux Command Line or equivalent. This course assumes familiarity with the Linux command […]

Understanding How the Brain Processes Music Through the Bach Trio Sonatas

Hill Auditorium 825 N University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

This event is open to the public. Daniel Forger, Professor of Mathematics and Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics James Kibbie, Professor of Music and Chair of the Organ Department, University Organist Caleb Mayer, Graduate Student Research Assistant (Mathematics) Sarah Simko, Graduate Student Research Assistant (Organ Performance) With support from the Data Science for Music Challenge Initiative […]