3rd Annual BU Data Science Day Scheduled for Jan 26
The Data Science Initiative, housed at the Hariri Institute for Computing, is pleased to announce that the third annual BU Data Science (BUDS) Day will take place on Friday, January 26, 2018. BUDS Day 2018 is co-chaired by Neha Gondal (Sociology) and Brian Kulis (Electrical & Computer Engineering).
Following on the success of past events, this year’s conference aims to bring together and build a community of data science researchers from across various schools and colleges at BU. In addition to providing an opportunity for networking with colleagues, the day will create space for a dialogue leading to future research collaborations among faculty and students at BU and beyond. Details regarding the event agenda and presentations are available at bu.edu/datascience/BUDS2018.
BU Data Science (BUDS) Day
Friday, January 26, 2018, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, reception to follow
Metcalf Hall, 2nd Floor of the George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Avenue
Audience: anyone who builds, analyzes, or utilizes computational and statistical methods, tools, and software artifacts to collect, curate, store, transfer, analyze, or visualize various types of data in their work or research.
[data science: methodological, generalizable, and scalable extraction of knowledge from data by developing and applying methods from computer science and statistics and by building software artifacts to collect, curate, analyze, mine, synthesize, and visualize various types of data]