TDA to host "Big Data for Good" Fall Forum

Does big data really matter? It does if you put it to work in solving today’s complex challenges. TDA’s 2016 Fall Forum will focus on “Big Data for Good,” a special look into the interdisciplinary data analytics research and academic programming taking place across campus. Join us Monday, November 14, for interactive lectures and a research poster session highlighting how Ohio State scholars are using “Big Data for Good.” A continental breakfast is included.

Speaker Session seating is limited; registration is required. Register now

Featured speakers:

Bryan Choi, JD, TDA Affiliate: “For Whom the Data Tolls”

Steven Quiring, PhD, TDA Affiliate: “Power Outage Modeling Using Weather Data Analytics”

Mike Vuolo, PhD, TDA Affiliate: “Social Good in a Large Nationally Representative Dataset”

A Poster Session featuring research by Ohio State postdoctoral researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff, will follow from 1 to 3 p.m. in Blackwell Ballrooms A and B. No registration required.

Read presentation descriptions

Check out last year’s Fall Forum posters in the University Libraries Knowledge Bank.

Part of Data Analytics Month @ Ohio State

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