Please join us for the 2023 Data Science Symposium, an event organized by the UD Data Science Institute to bring together UD researchers and local partners interested in Data Science applications, theory, and pedagogy across domains.
ARE YOU READY TO COMPETE IN A DATA-DRIVEN WORLD?
As the “data explosion” impacts nearly every aspect of life, data science and analytics have the potential to advance human understanding in all branches of science and humanities and to address the broad spectrum of challenges facing society. Find out how UD graduate degrees can put you at the cutting edge of innovation in industry, education and research as you chat with our graduate program representatives and learn how a UD degree can prepare you to succeed in the age of analytics.
University of Delaware astrophysicist and DSI Resident Faculty member Federica Bianco was selected to participate in a study of NASA’s technical capabilities to investigate Unidentified Anomalous Probes that released its final report on 9/14/2023.
DSI Affiliated Faculty member LaShanda Korley from the University of Delaware’s College of Engineering and Mary P. Watson from the College of Arts and Sciences has been named as 2023 Fellow of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Adam Fleischhacker, DSI Faculty Council member and Lerner College associate professor of operations management, recently published a book titled, A Business Analyst’s Introduction to Business Analytics (2nd edition) Coding in R for Fast, Easy, and Visual Bayesian Inference.
DSI Resident Faculty Pinki Mondal, has been chosen to be part of the American Association of Geographers (AAG) Elevate the Discipline Program, which will aim to train geographers to connect their work to public and policy issues.
The University of Delaware’s Data Science Institute (DSI) and AI Center of Excellence (AICoE) co-hosted the first joint DSI + AICoE Hackathon from July 17-19 2023 at the Ammon Pinizzotto Biopharmaceutical Innovation Center.
Serving as a nucleating effort to catalyze and coordinate data science initiatives at UD
- Coalesce researchers around Data Science research themes
- Develop competitive Data Science research programs
- Support Data Science and Computing Core Facility
- Engage students in Data Science research
- Collaborate with government and industry partners
As the vast resource of new and diverse datasets are rapidly becoming available in nearly every aspect of life, data science has the potential to advance human understanding in all branches of science and humanities, and, address grand challenges facing society. The Institute plans to combine disparate, dynamic, and distributed datasets and enable everything from predicting the future behavior of complex systems to precise medical treatments, smart energy usage, and focused educational curricula.
Resources and Funding Support
- Seed funding to support team-based research center grants, infrastructure grants and training grants
- Support researchers to identify cross-disciplinary collaborators and access to Data Science & Computing Core Facility
- Provide an inventory of data resources, computational tools, and data science-related courses/degree programs
Team Building and Networking
- Networking Events: Connecting faculty, students, industry
- Annual Research Symposium
- Seminars / Distinguished Lecture Series
- Research Workshops
- Short Courses and Training: Collaborating with academic programs
- Industry Engagement: Collaborating with OEIP and Horn Program