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2011 PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS

DATA, GRAPHS, and COMBINATORICS in BIO-INFORMATICS, FINANCE, LINGUISTICS, and NATIONAL SECURITY

26-27 July 2011
College of Staten Island
City University of New York

This two-day workshop is designed to address current topics in Data Intensive Computing. Topics covered will include computational statistical, graph theoretic and combinatoric approaches in bio-informatics, financial data analytics, linguistics, and national security.

Technology is allowing researchers, government agencies, and companies to acquire huge amounts of information in the sciences and on human behavior. The challenge confronting researchers is how to discern meaningful information and relationships from this plethora of data.

Agenda, Speaker Abstracts and Bios

Speakers

Mr. John Avery, Partner, SunGard Global Services

Dr. David Bader, Professor, School of Computational Science and Engineering, College of Computing, and Executive Director for High Performance Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology

Dr. Alok Choudary, John G. Searle Professor and Chair, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Director, Center for Ultra-Scale Computing and Information Security, Northwestern University

Edward A. Epstein, T. J. Watson Laboratory, IBM

Dr. John Feo, Director, Center for Adaptive Supercomputer Software, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Dr. Robert Haralick, Distinguished Professor, Computer Science, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Dr. Sean Martin, Chief Technology Officer, Cambridge Semantics

Dr. Daniel McCloskey, Assistant Professor, Psychology, The College of Staten Island and The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Dr. B. Mishra, Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, Courant Institute, New York University

Dr. Robert Pennington, Office of Cyberinfrastructure, National Science Foundation

Dr. Alex Pothen, Professor, Computer Science and Director, Institute for Combinatorial Scientific Computing and Petascale Simulations, Purdue University

Dr. Steve Reinhardt, Microsoft

Dr. Andrew Wilson, Sandia National Laboratory

Mr. Jiahong Yuan, Professor of Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania

 

PRESENTATIONS

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