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Promoting healthy communities

TDAI scientists are using data analytics tools and techniques to understand and predict microbial threats to health, food supplies, and natural resources worldwide.

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September 17, 2018   |   News
Panda's software part of most powerful academic supercomputer

TDAI affiliate DK Panda (computer science and engineering) is a co-principal investigator on a $60 million NSF grant awarded to the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin for the...

August 27, 2018   |   News
36 companies and organizations help shape new degree

Leaders from 36 different companies and organizations are partnering with the Translational Data Analytics Institute on the design of a new graduate degree that TDAI plans to launch in the...

August 20, 2018   |   News
Hirsch part of Senate subcommittee discussion of tech and privacy

TDAI affiliate Dennis Hirsch, professor at the Moritz College of Law and faculty director of the Program on Data and Governance, recently participated in one of the rarest of happenings...

August 15, 2018   |   News
Black male youth more fearful when visiting whiter neighborhoods

By Jeff Grabmeier Ohio State News Young black males feel less safe when they go to neighborhoods with a larger white population than occurs in areas they normally visit, a...

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Hazen Seminar: "Data-Driven Discovery and the Co-Evolution of the Geosphere and Biosphere"

1:45 p.m.
291 Mendenhall Lab (125 South Oval Dr.)

Guest speaker: Joshua Epstein

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Senate Chamber, 2nd floor, Ohio Union

XSEDE 2 day Workshop: MPI

Ohio Supercomputer Center's BALE Theatre, 1224 Kinnear Road

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Feeding the global population

Ohio State researchers in precision agriculture are addressing skyrocketing food production needs with new monitoring tools and analytics to improve crop yields and resource management.

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August 15, 2018   |   News
Black male youth more fearful when visiting whiter neighborhoods

By Jeff Grabmeier Ohio State News Young black males feel less safe when they go to neighborhoods with a larger white population than occurs in areas they normally visit, a...

July 31, 2018   |   News
Pioneering language work earns Xu multiple awards

TDAI affiliate Wei Xu is receiving widespread recognition for her innovative research in natural language processing, including two NSF grants and two industry awards. Wei Xu This month, Xu won...

July 26, 2018   |   News
TDAI summer camp for girls was a deep dive into data

By Chris Booker, Ohio State News July 25, 20187 Inside the recently renovated Pomerene Hall, freshly painted meeting rooms, shiny white boards and newly finished classrooms greeted students for an inaugural...

141faculty affiliates representing 50 disciplines 5faculty in residence 80existing and emerging community and industry partnerships 54new faculty recruited across 9 colleges

Sustaining our energy and environmental resources

Ohio State faculty and students are engineering new hybrid car technologies and utilizing modeling and simulations to guide their design decisions.

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Member Directory Together, TDAI faculty turn questions into answers, ideas into innovation.


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Raghu Machiraju, PhD TDAI Executive Director Translational data analytics is use-inspired, and it is important. It is about making research useful for the human condition.

Improving business performance and customer experience

TDAI faculty in statistics, food production, and management sciences are using data analytics and visualization to collaborate with a major food producer on increasing manufacturing process efficiencies and output.

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