CCS holds four major annual events:
- Big Data Conference & Workshop
- Data Intersections: Data Journalism, Data Science and Digital Humanities
- Smart Cities Miami Conference
- VizUM annual Symposium
We also hold a Lunch & Learn series, as well as a variety of Workshops, Lectures, Community Outreach Events, Meetings, and Social Events. Please check the Upcoming Events list below for the next event.
Each year, the Big Data Panelists are a cross-section of leaders at the top of their fields. Stay tuned for the announcement of this year’s Panelists and Keynote Speaker . . .
VizUM 2018 VizUM 2018 has been scheduled for Thursday, November 15, 2018. The finalists’ projects from the inaugural VizUM Visualization Competition will be presented. We are pleased to announced next year’s speakers . . . Speakers Bongshin Lee | Microsoft Hadley Wickham | RStudio More information coming soon . . .
This year’s Digital Humanities and Data Journalism Symposium (aka DHDJ 2017) was cancelled owing to Hurricane Irma. The event has now evolved into “Data Intersections: Data Journalism, Data Science and Digital Humanities”.
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Recently Held Events
Join our new recurring computational methods journal club, where CCS Student Mentors will be presenting both seminal and cutting-edge papers on computational methods for the analysis of biomedical, marine, biological, social, etc., data.
Checkpoint #2, the “Analysis & Prototype Checkpoint”, will give you the opportunity to get feedback on your project from the Organizing Committee.
The Odd Pairings symposium for graduate and undergraduate students is designed as a deep dive into interdisciplinary pairings between a number of disciplines and computational science.
Join us on Thursday, April 26, 2018, 3:00-5:00 PM at the Abess Center (Ungar 230C-D) for the 2017-2018 CCS Fellows’ concluding project presentations.
The mission of the Spatial+ Data Visualization Group is to provide GIS and Visualization professionals, educators, enthusiasts, and other users with opportunities to exchange information and ideas, share best practices, and stay up to date with the latest tools, approaches, and more.
The conference, presented this year by Hotwire Communications, explored the convergence of technology, design, and development in the shaping of a new urban landscape transformed by design innovation and disruptive technology.
Monday, March 19, 2018 | 12:00-1:00 PM McArthur Engineering Annex, MEA 202 Speaker: Athina Hadjixenofontos, PhD | CCS Director of Engagement In this session, we will examine the opportunities for decision making while building a data analysis pipeline and follow the consequences of those decisions for the interpretability of the results. In addition, we will […]
This is the first of two checkpoints, designed to keep you on track, and, particularly if you are a beginner, to give you a little bit of guidance on the typical process of a data analysis. Attendance is voluntary, not required, but . . .
In this session, we will examine the opportunities for decision making while building a data analysis pipeline and follow the consequences of those decisions for the interpretability of the results.
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.
The first annual VizUM competition calls all city dwellers to dive deep into data . . . The Competition deadline has been extended through Sunday, February 4, 2018
The CCS Members who are interested in Social Systems Informatics (led by Program Director Daniel Messinger) have launched a Speaker Series. As the first guest, the group is pleased to present a trio of events around Brian Uzzi.
Brought to you by CCS, CTSI, and the Graduate School, this 2-day workshop will provide you with the basic computing skills and best practices needed to be productive in a small research team.
Join us on Saturday, January 20th, as CCS hosts a hands-on Meetup Group workshop on extracting information from scientific publication metadata.
This workshop is designed to provide a foundation of basic concepts that all programming depends on, using R as an example.
This course is currently full . . . Topics covered in this workshop: The Unix shell Version control with git Programming with Python Since the goal of this workshop is to bring you up to speed with data analysis, it would be incomplete without instruction on a shell as well as a version control […]