The Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science will hold the 2018 Annual Symposium at the Mudd Hall Auditorium on Friday, October 19, 2018. The symposium brings together experts in Big Data from across Johns Hopkins University, the government and industry to share their discoveries, techniques, ideas, and insights. Our focus is on a multi-disciplinary data-intensive approach to solving critical problems in science, medicine, engineering, and more.
The symposium will include Keynote talks, Updates from IDIES Seed Fund Awardees, Posters and more. The emphasis is on developing a synergistic atmosphere in which to share and solve problems, techniques, and experiences. Continental breakfast and lunch are provided. The symposium is followed by a cocktail reception.
Mudd Hall, Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus
3400 North Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218 USA
Featuring Keynote Speakers…
Pete Beckman, PhD
Co-director, Northwestern-Argonne Institute of Science and Engineering
Argonne National Laboratory
Jim Warren, PhD
Director of the Materials Genome Program
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Tony Tyson, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Physics
Physics Department, University of California, Davis
Seed Fund Updates from…
Elham Hatef: Health Policy & Management
Jim Kyung-Soo Liew: Department of Finance
Angelo Mele: Department of Economics
Dan M. Popescu: Department of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine
Ali Afshar: Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
Ben Langmead: Department of Computer Science
Posters and more!
We invite researchers and students from the Johns Hopkins Community, STScI, and APL to submit a poster to this year’s symposium.
This year we continue the Poster Madness tradition with 2-minute lightning talks prior to the Poster Session.