IDIES Annual Symposium

Thursday,
October 20th, 2022

9:00a.m.–5:00p.m.
West Reading Room | Welch Medical Library Johns Hopkins Medical Campus 1900 E Monument St. | Baltimore, MD | 21215

Agenda Updated with Talk Titles

Today is the day! 

We will see you at 9:00am at the West Reading Room in the Welch Library at 1900 E. Monument St. Please park in the Washington Street garage and bring your ticket stub with you for validation. 

Symposium Agenda Announced

We’re excited to announce the official schedule for this year’s symposium (but if you haven’t registered, there’s still time)

Our juried poster session is now accepting poster registrations. Your poster could win you a $100 Amazon gift card!

Back in-Person with a New Location

Join us—the Institute for Data-Intensive Science and Engineering (IDIES)—for our 2022 annual symposium on Thursday, October 20th! We’re excited to announce that this year’s event is returning to an in-person format at the West Reading Room of the Johns Hopkins Welch Medical Library, located on the East Baltimore medical campus. Registration* is required in order to attend. The IDIES annual symposium aims to bring together experts in the theoretical foundations, development, and application of data intensive technologies and analysis to share discoveries, practical ideas, and insights as they relate to big data research. In our effort to promote interdisciplinary collaborations, we invite anyone—from our JHU affiliates, to governmental agencies, local organizations, non-profits, and beyond—with an interest in data science and big data, especially as they pertain to one’s current or prospective research, to attend this symposium. <p”>To learn more about IDIES and our resources, or to register to attend the symposium, please be sure to visit our website at idies.jhu.edu. In addition to a catered lunch, snacks, and closing cocktail reception, this year’s symposium will include: Keynote Speakers: Stephanie Hicks, Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Susan Mullally, Deputy Project Scientist for the James Webb Space Telescope at the Space Telescope Science Institute; Pat Helland, Software and Database Architect at Salesforce; and Faisal Mahmood, Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School and the Division of Computational Pathology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital IDIES Seed Award updates The presentation of ARCH’s (Advanced Research Computing at Hopkins) Robbins Prize in High-performance Computing Juried Poster Session …and more! *Registration will close at 5:00p.m. on Tuesday, October 18th.
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