SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Creating an open infrastructure for global microbial sequence discovery
Virtual | RENCI, Chapel Hill, NC
Dr. C. Titus Brown of UC Davis will discuss building a sustainable, decentralized infrastructure for searching microbial genome resources using the open source ‘sourmash’ project, as well as the roles of Data Commonses in evolving these open resources.
SEPTEMBER 7, 2018
All Hub Sharing and Cyberinfrastructure Working Group
Virtual | RENCI, Chapel Hill, NC
Patrick McGarry, data.world | Bringing People and Data Together
JOIN THE MEETING | Join by phone: 1-669-900-6833 | Meeting ID: 464 161 845
SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
South Hub Security, Networks, and Social Computing Working Group
Sara-Jayne Terp, AppNexus | Social Engineering at Scale
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DataUp Workshop University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras
DataUp is a program to increase the capacity for data science education at primarily-teaching, minority-serving and -led liberal arts institutions and community colleges. This fall, in conjunction with the Data Carpentry and Software Carpentry programs, DataUp program participants will receive a 2-day data science related workshop hosted on their campus.
AUGUST 13-17, 2018
Data Matters Short Course Series
Data Matters gives students, faculty, and business professionals the chance to learn from expert instructors about a range of topics in data science, analytics, visualization, machine learning, and more. Registration is now open.
JULY 19, 2018 | Noon – 1:15 p.m. ET
Data Science Roundtable: Data > Patterns > Insights > Action
San Jose’s Office of Civic Innovation and Digital Strategy is a two-year old startup charged with transforming the delivery of city services and making the city as innovative as the community they serve. Speakers will share stories that cover the highs and lows of the use of data to improve service delivery, including transforming their hiring process, redesigning their campaign to reduce illegal dumping, creating algorithms to improve their inspection program, and more.
Erica Garaffo, Data Analytics Lead | Office of Civic Innovation & Digital Strategy
Kip Harkness | Deputy City Manager, City of San Jose
Lea Shanley | South Big Data Hub
REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR
Call-in information: +1 855 880 1246
Webinar ID: 325 674 411
JULY 18, 2018 | 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. ET
South Hub Smart & Connected Health Working Group Framing the Issues Around Scientific Research in Ethics for Big Data Virtual
Tracey Koehlmoos | Uniformed Services University
Jared Elzey | Meharry Medical College
JOIN THE MEETING | Join by phone: 1-646-558-8656 | Meeting ID: 452 714 422
JULY 16-27, 2018
CyberCarpentry Data Life-Cycle Training with the DataNet Federation Consortium
Chapel Hill, NC
This two-week workshop will provide doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers with an overview of best data management practices, data science tools, and concrete steps and methods for performing end-to-end data intensive computing and data life-cycle management. Training will prepare participants to facilitate and promote reproducible science and data reuse.
JUNE 20-22, 2018 | Joint PI Meeting for the NSF BIGDATA Research and the NSF Big Data Hubs and Spokes Programs
The NSF BIGDATA Research program will take place on June 20th. The NSF Big Data Hubs and Spokes programs will take place on June 22nd, and joint events addressing both programs will be held on June 21st. A link to register for the meeting will be sent out soon.
JUNE 14, 2018 | Community-Driven Citizen Science for Health and the Environment
AAAS Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
Join the South Big Data Hub and the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellows Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science Affinity Group for a one-day symposium exploring citizen science initiatives driven by community interests. Learn about environmental and human health applications of citizen science projects from local to global scales and meet with scientists and community members leading community-driven research initiatives. Come say “hello” to South Hub co-ED Lea Shanley and Spoke PI Gari Clifford (Emory University). Visit their website for more information.
JUNE 5-7, 2018 | 10th Annual iRODS Consortium User Group Meeting
The 10th annual iRODS UGM will be held in Durham, NC this summer. iRODS is open source software used worldwide for data management through discovery, workflow automation, secure collaboration, and virtualization. See last year’s agenda to learn more about the event or register for this year’s UGM here.
MAY 24, 2018 | Data Science Roundtable: How to hire data scientists when it seems like there are none to hire
Chapel Hill, NC and virtual
How can organizations recruit and retain top talent in data science? And, even though demand for data scientists may exceed supply, how might we build and sustain a diverse, equitable and inclusive organization? Many organizations and leaders don’t try out of fear of failure and a lack of clarity on where to begin. What do we tackle first?
This event is a Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference regional event in affiliation with Stanford University’s Global Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference.
To register for the event, visit the Data Science Roundtable webpage.
MAY 22, 2018 | Microsoft Azure Training
Chapel Hill, NC
Join Microsoft Azure and the South Hub for an opportunity to learn about the fundamentals of Azure for research training and to talk one-on-one with an Azure expert about your specific project or use case. Visit the website for more information.
MAY 15-16, 2018 | Mission-Critical Big Data Analytics workshop
Prairie View A&M University, Texas
The third edition of MCBDA 2018 will cover the state-of-the-art research and development in deep learning and high performance computing for big data analytics, especially for mission-critical applications. There will be keynote speech by invited renowned speakers, and tutorial sessions with hands-on training. Research works of cutting edge research topics in big data will be presented, plus a poster session and a demo session where students will present their works. For more information, visit their website.
MAY 8, 2018 | NSF Smart Grids Big Data Workshop
College Station, Texas
The sixth annual Smart Grids Workshop will be held at Texas A&M University on May 8. It is the second Smart Grids Big Data Spoke Workshop sponsored by the NSF. Last year’s theme was “Using Smart Grids Big Data.” For more information on this year’s workshop, visit their website.
MAY 4, 2018 | 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET | All Hub Data Sharing & Cyberinfrastructure Working Group
Presenters: Jen Duthie, City of Austin | Smart Mobility (and data) in the City of Austin
Rachel Bain, Massachusetts Department of Transportation | Data and Performance Management in Transportation
WebCast Connectivity: JOIN THE MEETING | Join by phone: 1-669-900-6833 |Meeting ID: 464 161 845
April 12, 2018: DATA SCIENCE ROUNDTABLE: The Future of Work – Intelligent Machines, Automation, and Social Impacts
Please join us for the April South Big Data Hub Data Science Roundtable on the unprecedented transformation happening to the nature of work. As technological innovation rapidly continues to accelerate, skill requirements for workers are changing even more quickly. These evolving skill requirements are having disruptive effects on higher education and training programs, which are struggling to catch up to the needs of both workers and industries. In this session, the panelists will explore some of the many important questions related to the future of work, training, education, and technology.
Join the webinar
If you need to call in only for the event, please call +1 877 853 5257 and use the Webinar ID 998 223 288.
March 2, 2018: DATAUP PROGRAM: Apply to Bring Data Science to Your Campus!
The South Big Data Innovation Hub is excited to host the 2018 DataUp Program as part of our Keeping Data Science Broad Series. DataUp will offer hands-on training for instructor teams at minority-serving institutions, community colleges, or 4-year liberal arts colleges. Priority will be given to hosts who can demonstrate the participation of faculty from diverse departments, or multiple institutions of the types listed above.