A free satellite meeting immediately after SORMA West 2016. You must register for it through the meeting’s own site, using the link at the bottom of this page.
In the growing age of “big data,” it is clear that radiation sensor networks and their associated algorithms must include the ability to work with data sets that vastly exceed the capabilities of desktop or even cluster computing.
On behalf of the NNSA Consortium for Nonproliferation Enabling Capabilities and the University of Illinois Strategic Research Initiative, you are invited to attend a half-day workshop on Friday, May 27th, immediately following the SORMA conference.
The goals of this workshop are to share lessons learned to date, to discuss existing problems (technical or otherwise) in working in this cross-disciplinary field, and to establish future collaborations. All attendees will be expected to give a 5 minute lightning talk on their current interests or work in data science.
The Workshop will be held on Clark Kerr Campus. Those staying for it will be eligible for the SORMA West 2016 rate on Clark Kerr Campus lodging for the extra night. A catered sandwich lunch will be provided at the workshop.
8:00-8:30: Registration and coffee
9:00-10:15: Lightning talks
10:30-12:00: Lightning talks (cont.)
12:00: Working lunch
Seating is exceptionally limited, and although the meeting is free and open to all, registration is required. Please register through this link (not through the SORMA West 2016 registration site):