DSCoV: Data Science, Computing, and Visualization workshops

Want to become a Kaggle Master, start a tech company, or succeed in research? Ready to get your hands dirty and learn the data science and programming skills needed to solve real-world data science problems?

What: Lunchtime workshops targeting a range of skill levels; food will be served

WhenThursdays, 12-1pm (RSVP by Tuesday before each workshop) 

Where: Carney Institute Innovation Hub, 164 Angell Street, 4th floor (above the bookstore)

Who: Open to all members of the Brown community; led by Brown faculty, staff, and students; limited to 40 participants

February schedule

February 7: Deep Learning with Keras/Tensorflow (part 1), for intermediate programmers, basic Python recommended.

February 14: Deep learning with Keras/Tensorflow (part 2), for intermediate programmers, basic Python recommended. 

February 21: Using Amazon Web Services, for intermediate programmers RSVP here (use password DSCO)

February 28: Google Cloud Computing, for intermediate programmers. 

Future topics

Julia, Scikit-learn, Python, Git, high-performance computing with CCV, deep learning for NLP

Sponsored by the Data Science Initiative, the Center for Computation and Visualization, the Brown Libraries, and the Initiative for Computation in Brains and Minds.