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The Science of Big Data
The Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science will foster education and research in applying data-intensive technologies to problems of national interest in physical and biological sciences and engineering.
IDIES will provide faculty, researchers and students with the structure and resources needed to accomplish these goals.
The JHU Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES) is pleased to announce the Spring, 2019 Seed Funding Program Awardees. Congratulations to Predicting Morphogenesis: Understanding the Role of Cell-to-Cell…
ABSTRACT: The global database research community has greatly impacted the functionality and performance of data storage and processing systems along the dimensions that define “big data”, i.e., volume, velocity, variety,…
Where: Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy, Room 337 When: April 17, 2019
Abstract: Understanding physical processes responsible for the formation and evolution of galaxies like the Milky Way is a fundamental but unsolved problem in astrophysics. Fortunately, most stars are long-lived. As…