Conferences and Symposiums
CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIUMS
Statistics Annual Winter Workshop
The Department of Statistic’s Annual Winter Workshop will take place on January 18-19, 2019 (Friday-Saturday) in Gainesville, Florida. This year’s title is: Recent Advances in Causal Inference and Mediation Analysis and their Applications”. The Stats Winter Workshop is co-sponsored by the University of Florida Informatics Institute and the Department of Statistics..
2019 Conference : https://informatics.institute.ufl.edu/event/statistics-annual-winter-workshop-2019-recent-advances-in-causal-inference-and-mediation-analysis-and-their-applications/
2018 Conference “Semi-Parametric and Non-Parametric Statistics in the Era of Big Data.”: https://informatics.institute.ufl.edu/event/statistics-annual-winter-workshop-semi-parametric-non-parametric-statistics-in-the-era-of-big-data/.
Bayes Comp 2020
Bayes Comp is a biennial conference sponsored by the ISBA section of the same name. The conference and the section both aim to promote original research into computational methods for inference and decision making and to encourage the use of frontier computational tools among practitioners, the development of adapted software, languages, platforms, and dedicated machines, and to translate and disseminate methods developed in other disciplines among statisticians. This year, the UF Informatics Institute and Department of Statistics have partnered with ISBA to host this wonderful annual conference.
Computational Biomedicine Conference
A primary goal of the CBM 2019 is to bring together scientists, engineers, mathematicians and patricians from a variety of related disciplines, to exchange ideas and present original research results in the theory and applications of computational biomedicine. It is hoped that most countries will have a delegation to participate this event. The conference will be composed of featured symposia, plenary lectures, invited sessions, and contributed sessions.
The Fifth International Conference on Computational Biomedicine will take place on February 7-8, 2019 (Thursday-Friday) at the J. Wayne Reitz Union, Room 2365, on the campus of the University of Florida, in Gainesville, Florida. CBM will offer an excellent forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of computational bio from all over the world. For more information, visit https://informatics.institute.ufl.edu/event/6th-international-conference-on-computational-biomedicine/.
Enabling Data Reproducibility and Sustainability Symposium
The 1st Annual UF Data Symposium, “Enabling Data Reproducibility and Sustainability,” will be held in Gainesville, Florida, and hosted by the George A. Smathers Libraries on March 19, 2018. Our engaging and inspiring program will feature dynamic invited speakers, the opportunity to learn about efforts to support data reproducibility at other institutions, and networking with your colleagues.
UFII Annual Symposium
The University of Florida Informatics Institute hosts its Annual Symposium one semester a year. 2019 is planned for October 11th at the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Students, researchers, faculty, and industry professionals from across the nation join together to interact, share research, and collaborate. Focusing on the latest trends in informatics, and our Mission of cross-discipline collaborative research, we have invited guest speakers from across the campus and outside the University to present on a diverse range of topics, including election data, text mining, network science, and machine learning.
For more information, visit https://informatics.institute.ufl.edu/symposium/.
Data Science and Information (DSI) is a multi- and inter-disciplinary student organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting Data Science at the University of Florida. DSI is partnered with the UF Informatics Institute to share in their mission of fostering research and educational studies in order to raise the preeminence of UF. To accomplish this mission, DSI hosts workshops throughout the year and its annual symposium in mid-March at the J. Wayne Reitz Union on the UF campus. The symposium includes speakers from a wide range of research fields at UF in three breakout sessions of four speakers each. Learn about computer vision, bioinformatics, political forecasting, business analytics, and more. The symposium also includes two rounds of workshops with several choices in each round- such as Python, data visualization, and machine learning. For more information, visit http://www.dsiufl.org/.