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).
- 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
- April 8, 2PM
Mohsen Heidari, Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Science of Information, Purdue University.
Topic: Feature Selection for Supervised Binary Classification
- 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.
- 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
- 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 ”
Recurring Online Meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/717879416