The 2019 SDSU Data Science symposium will be hosted at SDSU campus on February 4 - 5, 2019. The symposium will include pre-conference workshops, oral presentations, poster presentation, and keynote addresses.
Abstract submission deadline extended to Jan 4th, 2018
Submit abstract for poster presentation HERE. This is not the symposium registration. A separate registration is required for attending the symposium. Please see below.
The 2019 SDSU Data Science Symposium welcomes oral or poster presentations on topics such as:
- Applications of data science to Healthcare, Finance/insurance, agriculture, sciences etc…
Workshops: Feb 4: 1:00-5:00 pm
- Note: Workshops run parallel
Workshop 1: Big data processing with PySpark
Dr. Fisseha Berhane
- Installation of Python and Spark
- Python basics
- Introduction to Spark DataFrames
- Machine Learning with Spark
Workshop 2: Tidyverse: R packages for data science
Dr. Adam Sullivan
Workshop 3: Deep Learning with Python
Dr. David Zeng
- Kate Bischoff, Thrive Law
- Clay Campbell, Unify Consulting
- Fisseha Berhane, Gannett | USA Today Network
- Ryan Burton, Capital Services
- Steve Cross, Great West Casualty
- Gerald Fahner, FICO
- Emily Griese, Sanford Health
- Ally Pelletier, Star Tribune
- Honghao Shan, Experian
- Adam Sullivan, Brown Univesity
- Terry Therneau, Mayo Clinc
Platinium: Capital Services, Meta Bank
Gold: Stanford Health, Unify Consulting, Total Card Inc.
Silver: RStudio, Fishback Financial Corporation, Merchant Boost
Bronze: Great West Casualty Company
- Thomas Brandenburger: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Semhar Michael: email@example.com
- Gary Hatfield: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rong Fan: email@example.com
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Visit our Department of Mathematics and Statistics to learn more about our symposium related programs.