DSI Faculty for Faculty Research Talks are an opportunity for faculty to share current data science–related research activities with other faculty colleagues in an informal environment. The talks are presented at a very general level, to stimulate discussion and interdisciplinary interchange of ideas.
Our goal is to provide a networking venue that promotes research collaborations between faculty across all disciplines; awareness of the breadth of data science–related research at Brown; and a forum for faculty to share their expertise with one another. Participation will be limited to Brown faculty members.
All faculty are welcome, and we invite you all to participate by volunteering to give a presentation. The presentation can be at any level: concepts or ideas, implementation, or published research results, presented such that faculty from a range of disciplines can engage and see how the concepts and techniques could map on to their own research programs. We envision this initiative as a bi-weekly series over the summer and then probably monthly during the school year. For virtual events, we ask participants to register on the Events at Brown page, and we will send a Zoom link to all registrants.
October 30: Parker VanValkenburgh, Anthropology
November 13: Eli Upfal, Computer Science
November 20: Brenda Rubenstein, Chemistry