UW Data Science Seminar: Ziheng Sun

UW Data Science Seminar: Ziheng Sun

When

05/22/2024    
4:30 pm – 5:20 pm

Please join us for a UW Data Science Seminar event on Wednesday, May 22nd from 4:30 to 5:20 p.m. PDT. The seminar will feature Ziheng Sun, Research Associate Professor in the Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems at George Mason University.

The seminar will be held in the Physics/Astronomy Auditorium (PAA), Room A118 – campus map.

Geoweaver for Improving Workflow Tangibility and Reducing Research Anxiety

Abstract:

In this talk, we will together explore the transformative potential of Geoweaver, a productivity workflow management tool, in enhancing the tangibility of research workflows and mitigating research anxiety. It allows you to streamline complex research processes, providing intuitive interfaces and seamless integration of computational tasks. By fostering a more structured and manageable approach to research, it empowers researchers to navigate sophisticated workflows with confidence and efficiency, ultimately advancing scientific inquiry across diverse domains. Join us to discover how Geoweaver revolutionizes research practices, promoting clarity, productivity, and innovation. More details can be found at https://geoweaver.dev

Bio: Dr. Ziheng Sun is a research associate professor at George Mason University. He is the PI of NASA ACCESS Geoweaver project, and NSF Geoinformatics project. He has worked on scientific workflow management for many years and published over 100 papers and book chapters. He is the chair of ESIP machine learning cluster and currently an AI practitioner trying to answer challenging Earth science questions with the latest technologies.

 

The UW Data Science Seminar is an annual lecture series at the University of Washington that hosts scholars working across applied areas of data science, such as the sciences, engineering, humanities and arts along with methodological areas in data science, such as computer science, applied math and statistics. Our presenters come from all domain fields and include occasional external speakers from regional partners, governmental agencies and industry.