Lectures & Seminars



Upcoming Lectures & Events

 

BD2K-LINCS Data Science Symposium 1/31-2/2/18

This annual symposium brings together experts in systems biology, data science, drug discovery and translational medicine from academia, industry and government to present their latest research and exchange new ideas and approaches in data driven biomedical research.

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Want to Post a Seminar?

Faculty and research staff are encouraged to post seminars and lectures involving the computational sciences on our website. To request an event post, please send an email to CCS Administration with the following information:

  • Speaker name and title
  • Seminar title
  • Seminar description
  • Event date
  • Event location

Please include an image (if available).

 

Recently Held Lectures & Seminars

 

Big Data Conference 2017 Photo Gallery

The Big Data 2017 Conference was well attended, and the addition of a Day 2 Workshop offering expertise for a hands-on experience in data analysis was well received.

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2nd Annual BIG DATA Conference & Workshop 12/4-5/17

ONLINE REGISTRATION for TODAY is closed.
If you still need to register, please register at the Newman between 1:00 and 2:00 PM. Conference starts at 2:00 PM. Workshop is tomorrow morning.

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VizUM 4th Annual Symposium 11/16/17

Registration is open for the free VizUM 4th annual Symposium to be held on Thursday, November 16, 2017

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