Agenda

09:00Data Intensive Science At JHU: The First Year Of IDIES
S. Alexander Szalay, PhD, Director IDIES, Professor Astrophysics & Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University
09:20The New High Performance Research Computing Facility
Jaime E. Combariza, PhD, Director Bayview HPRCF, Associate Research Scientist, Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University
09:40Highlights In Big Data From the Bloomberg School of Public Health
Roger Peng, PhD, Associate Professor Biostatistics, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
10:00Hopkins In Health; Fostering The Intelligent Use Of information To Advance Health
Scott Zeger, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics, Bloomberg School of Public Health
10:30Keynote Speaker
Adventures in Little Data
Paul Ginsparg, PhD, Professor of Physics and Information Science, Cornell University
11:15Accessible, Transparent, And Reproducible Genomics With Galaxy
James Taylor, PhD, Ralph S. O'Connor Associate Professor of Biology & Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University
11:30Highlights In Big Data From Sheridan Libraries
G. Sayeed Choudhury, Associate Dean for Research Data Management, Johns Hopkins University
11:45The World’s Largest Data Science Educational Effort: The Johns Hopkins Data Science Specialization
Jeffrey T. Leek, PhD, Associate Professor, Biostatistics and Oncology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
13:00Highlights From Data Intensive Research At WSE And First IDIES Seed Funding Program
Charles Meneveau, PhD, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
13:15Seed Fund Update
SIRENIC: Stream Infrastructure for the Real-time Analysis of Intensive Care Unit Sensor Data
Yanif Ahmad, PhD, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University
13:30Seed Fund Update
Approaching Genomics Data from Hundreds of Dimensions Simultaneously (This is not a Faster Horse)
Sarah J. Wheelan, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Oncology Bioinformatics, Johns Hopkins University
13:45Seed Fund Update
The Elusive Onset of Turbulence And The Laminar-Turbulence Interface
Tamer Zaki, PhD, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
14:00Seed Fund Update
“Highly Scalable Software for Analyzing Large Collections of RNA Sequencing Data
Ben Langmead, PhD, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University
14:15Seed Fund Update
FragData—High-fidelity Data on Dynamic Fragmentation of Brittle Materials
Nitin Daphalapurkar, PhD, Assistant Research Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
14:50Big Data: Opportunities And Challenges In Health Care
Patricia M. Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, Dean, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
15:05Highlights In Big Data From SOM
Steven L. Salzberg, PhD, Professor, Departments of Medicine & Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University
15:20Keynote Speaker
What is the Big Data Problem in Biology?
David J Lipman, MD, Director, National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), National Institutes of Health (NIH)
16:05Closing Remarks from Alex Szalay
16:10Poster Session and Cocktail Hour
Mudd Hall Commons – Upper Level

Poster Session

Poster #7: Fixed-Dimensional Acoustic Embeddings of Variable-Length Segments in Low-Resource Settings

Keith Levin, Center for Language and Speech Processing

Poster #9: Lagrangian Pathways and Transformation of the Denmark Strait Overflow Water

Inga Koszalka, Tom Haine*, Earth and Planetary Sciences

Poster #10: Models as a Service

Mark Walker, Biomedical Engineering

Poster #15: The Origami Cosmic Web

Mark Neyrinck, Physics and Astronomy

Poster #16: Towards Super-Resolution 3D Galaxy Images

Ching-Wa Yip, Tucker Brownell*, Physics and Astronomy