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Transactional Data Analytics Fall Forum on Nov. 7

Submitted by Kris Boone,

Join us for our 2019 Fall Forum on November 6-7, as we explore how the Ohio State community is using big data to solve today’s most complex challenges.  Over the course of two days, we’ll hear from distinguished speakers, host interactive lectures / information sessions on data programming and interdisciplinary data analytics research teams, and see how the entire campus community is using big data for good with a poster session.

Keynote Address & Reception with Dr. Katherine Ensor

Open to all
When: Wednesday, Nov. 6 from 4-6:30 p.m.  
Where: TDAI Ideation Zone (320 Pomerene Hall)
What: “Urban Analytics and the Value of University/City Partnerships”

Hear from Dr. Ensor about how she and her team use big data to evaluate economic systems. Dr. Ensor is the Noah G. Harding Professor of Statistics and Director of the Center for Computational Finance and Economic Systems (CoFES) at Rice University.  

A reception will directly follow the keynote address.

Research Poster Session

Open to all
When: Thursday, Nov. 7 from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: TDAI Ideation Zone (320 Pomerene Hall)
What: Join us as faculty, postdocs, and students present posters on their research and special projects involving big data. The entire Ohio State community is invited to attend. 

Space is limited for those wishing to present a poster.  Please register and submit your poster materials by Sunday, Oct. 27.  Please also encourage your postdocs and students to present a poster.


Concurrent Sessions

Open to Ohio State faculty

When: Thursday, Nov. 7 from 12:30-2:30 p.m.  
Where: Various TDAI rooms (300 Pomerene Hall)
What: Faculty across Ohio State are invited to join us for a series of four concurrent sessions focused on TDAI programming and research support.  Each session lasts roughly 30 minutes.  View the full list of sessions here.


TDAI Community of Practice (COP) Meetings

Open to Ohio State faculty
When: Thursday, Nov. 7 from 3-5 p.m.  
Where: Various TDAI rooms (300 Pomerene Hall)
What: Join one of four TDAI Community of Practice groups for special meetings.  Our COPs convene Ohio State faculty with diverse specialties to collaborate on team science and create translational solutions for complex, socially significant challenges. 

Space is limited.
Please register by October 27.

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