Augusta University to host second annual Data Science Workshop

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The Georgia Cyber Center.

Note: Due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, this event has been postponed. Learn more here.

Augusta University’s Department of Population Health Sciences in the Medical College of Georgia and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences are proud to announce the second annual Data Science Workshop.

Supported by the National Science Foundation, the workshop, “Emerging Data Science Methods for Complex Biomedical and Cyber Data,” will take place on March 26-27 at the Georgia Cyber Center.

The goal of this two-day event is to foster collaborative research among data science, statistics, computer science and other related disciplines to address the hardest and most important data- and model-driven scientific challenges, and to develop the much-needed skills for the next generation STEM workforce.

Speakers for this year’s workshop include leading experts from Dartmouth College, Georgia Institute of Technology, Harvard University, IBM Security Systems and Yale University, among others.

The topics of the workshop include deep learning, statistical machine learning, differential privacy for cyber data, cyber data analytics, data integration and joint modeling of biomedical data.

Registration is open for this year’s workshop. Learn more and register for the workshop here.  

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