We have several opportunities for you to become part of our team at the Institute of Data Intensive Engineering and Science at Johns Hopkins University. We’re currently hiring for Software Developers (Junior and Senior), a Senior Grants & Contracts Analyst, an Administrative Manager, a Dev Ops Engineer, and a Data Scientist/Scientific Software Developer.
For the ninth year, the Institute of Data Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES) will offer its Seed Funding Initiative. IDIES Seed research funding offers faculty and research teams a one-year, $25,000 pilot award for data-intensive computing projects in order to promote the growth of data-intensive, multidisciplinary, multi-investigator sponsored projects at Johns Hopkins University.
“We are building towards a major infrastructure change,” said Meneveau. “It points to a future where many of these could exist.”
December 15th, 3pm EST, Dr. Jeanne Holm (Deputy Mayor for Budget and Innovation, City of Los Angeles) will be presenting, USING DATA TO IMPROVE EQUITY as part of the ADSA’s,
On November 26, CBS aired an interview with IDIES member, Dr. Elizabeth Jaffee, and Director, Dr. Alex Szalay that discussed their research collaboration
On February 13, IDIES member Brice Ménard was awarded the President’s Frontier Award in recognition of his exceptional ability to develop new and potentially far-reaching approaches in big data sets. Brice
Alexander Szalay, Director of IDIES, will give a talk titled, “The Era of Surveys and the Fifth Paradigm of Science”, at the 233rd AAS meeting. Abstract: Starting with the SDSS