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  • Science of Information Spring 2020 Seminar Series - Join Us Online

  • Tuesday, April 07, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
    Purdue University

    The Center for Science of Information Spring 2020 Seminar Series (online) - Bi-weekly presentations (Wednesdays at 2 PM EDT) of ongoing research in data and information science with applications to multiple domain areas and problems. The series will highlight recent research from CSoI postdoctoral fellows and graduate students. Presentations are ~ 30 minutes with ample time for follow-up questions. The series kicks off April 7, Tuesday, at 2 PM with Postdoctoral Fellow, Jithin Sreedharan presenting Modeling COVID-19 Spread, followed the next day, April 8, Wednesday, at 2 PM with a machine learning presentation by Postdoctoral Fellow, Mohsen Heidari.

    Seminar Series Speakers and Dates (all times are EDT).

    1. April 7, 2PM
      Jithin Sreedharan, Postdoctoral Fellow Center for Science of Information, Purdue University.
      Topic : Modeling COVID-19 Spread: Scenario Studies from Indiana Data
      Canceled, stay tuned for a potential new date and time​
    2. April 8, 2PM
      Mohsen Heidari, Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Science of Information, Purdue University.
      Topic : Feature Selection for Supervised Binary Classification
    3. April 22, 2PM
      Earth Day Talk by Jonathan Knott, Ph.D., Department of Forestry, Purdue University and CSoI Student Research Team Leader.
      Topic : Using big data to address forest responses to climate change .
    4. May 6, 2PM
      CSoI Student Research Team: Genea Stewart, Ph.D. Candidate and Cary Jim, Ph.D. Candidate, North Texas University, Milushka Elbulok-Charcape, Ph.D. Candidate, CUNY, Tessa Pham, CSoI Undergraduate Channels Scholar, Byrn Mawr College.
      Topic: Data Science Methods for Cross-National Exploration of Secondary Math Teacher Preparation
    5. May 20, 2PM
      Lina Aboulmouna, Ph.D. Candidate, and Rubesh Raja, Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Science of Information, Chemical Engineering, Purdue University.
      Topic : Towards modeling of cellular regulation in the macrophage using clues from omics data

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