IDIR Summer Workshops 2018

We are holding the following themed Workshops this summer;

03.07.2018 Text and/or Image Processing
24.07.2018 Data (Science) Best Practices
16.08.2018 Health and Simulation Data
04.09.2018 Cloud Computing, High Performance Computing, Reproducibility

We are still looking for speakers!

Please get in touch to nominate yourself or others. We have some funding for external speakers as well, so please do not hesitate to nominate external speakers as well.

We are also considering holding a poster session showcasing data-intensive research if there is enough interest. Please get in touch if you would like to contribute.

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IDIR Summer Workshop #4

04.09.2018 Cloud Computing, High Performance Computing, Reproducibility

The approximate schedule will be

11.00 Invited talk
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Talks
14.30 Coffee
15.00 Discussion
16.00 End

The schedule will be updated with talks and more information soon!

The discussion will be about “Computing Resources in St Andrews and Scotland, and how to gain access”.

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IDIR Summer Workshop #3

16.08.2018 Health and Simulation Data

The approximate schedule will be

11.00 Invited talk Richard Anderson
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Talks
14.30 Coffee
15.00 Tailored Activity TBA
16.00 End

The schedule will be updated with more talks and information soon!

Invited Talk:
Richard Anderson

Confirmed Talks:
“We are probably not Sims” by John Mitchell

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IDIR Summer Workshop #2

24.07.2018 Data (Science) Best Practices

The approximate schedule will be

11.00 Invited talk
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Talks
14.30 Coffee
15.00 Tailored Activity TBA (Poster Session?)
16.00 End

The schedule will be updated with talks and more information soon!

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IDIR Summer Workshop #1

03.07.2018 Text and/or Image Processing

The approximate schedule will be

11.00 Invited talk
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Talks
14.30 Coffee
15.00 Tailored Activity TBA
16.00 End

The schedule will be updated with talks and more information soon!

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