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Student participant talk and poster titles and abstracts are here.

Agenda for September 15 and 16th at the University of Washington, Seattle.

Day 1, Thu 9/15/2016
Time Activity Location
8:00 Check-in and light breakfast CSE 305
9:00 Introductions CSE 305
9:15 Hannaneh Hajishirzi (UW/EE) CSE 305
9:40 Bing Brunton (UW/Biology) CSE 305
10:05 Bill Noble (UW Genome Sciences) CSE 305
10:30-11:00 Break CSE
11:00-12:30 Lightning talks by student participants CSE 305
12:30-1:30 Lunch CSE Atrium
1:30-2:00 Team building and fun CSE
2:00-3:30 Breakout sessions (suggested topics below) Various CSE rooms
Machine learning over time series data CSE 305
Large scale image analytics CSE 403
Data integration and cleaning CSE 503
Data visualization and scientific communication CSE 674
Model selection CSE 678
3:30-4:00 Break CSE
4:00-5:30 Poster session CSE Atrium
5:30-6:30 Reception Gates Commons (CSE 691)
Day 2, Fri 9/16/2016
8:00 Light breakfast DSS
9:00-10:00 Reports from day 1 breakouts sessions Data Science Studio (DSS), 6th floor of PAT
Meeting Room
10:00-10:30 BREAK DSS
10:30-12:00 Parallel tutorials / discussion on Data Science tools DSS
Python & machine learning (Jake Vanderplas) DSS Seminar Room
Spark (Tomer Kaftan) DSS Meeting Room
What constitutes social data? Privacy and anonymity.
(Nina Cesare)
Physics Tower C520
12:00-1:00 Lunch DSS
1:00-5:00 IGERT / BDGN / NSF specific tracks DSS rooms
NSF
DSS Meeting Room
IGERT
DSS Seminar Room
BDGN
Physics Tower C520
1-2 – Career development ( Tom Daniel ) 1-5 1-5
2-5 – Publication preparation
5:00-6:30 Closing social Waterfront activities center