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2015

Bramer travels to Vegas for WORLDCOMP’15

Lisa Bramer presented "A Machine Learning Approach for Business Intelligence Analysis Using Commercial Shipping Transaction Data" at WORLDCOMP'15 - the International Conference on Data Mining, in Las Vegas, NV. Visit the website for more information.

Heredia-Langner takes on DMIN 2015

Alejandro Heredia-Langner was a speaker at DMIN'15: The 11th International Conference on Data Mining, Las Vegas, NV on July 27, 2015. He presented "Selecting a Classification Ensemble and Detecting Process Drift in an Evolving Data Stream." Learn more... 

Greaves contributes to National and Transnational Security report

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute recently completed a year-long study of the benefits and risks of big data, and the related national security implications. 

Kleese van Dam invited as a keynote speaker

Kerstin Kleese van Dam has been invited to give a keynote speech at the Data Science Innovation Summit, in San Diego, CA. She will be presenting on "How to use Streaming Data for Real Time Discovery and Decision Taking."

Kleese van Dam travels to big data workshop

Kerstin Kleese van Dam will be attending the Big Data Strategic Initiative Workshop organized by the Network and Information Technology Research and Development Program's (NITRD) Big Data Senior Steering Group.

2014

Kleese van Dam invited to present at IEEE

Kerstin Kleese van Dam was an invited speaker at the 5th International Workshop on Big Data Analytics: Challenges, and Opportunities (BDAC-14), to be held in cooperation with 26th IEEE/ACM International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC14) in New Orleans, LA.

Greaves published in Science

Can artificial intelligence (AI) help advance scientific research?, Mark Greaves, with collaborators at the University of Southern California, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Cornell University, addressed this question in the article "Amplify scientific discovery with artificial intelligence," published in Science. Read the full article. 

Kleese van Dam presented on "High Performance Support for Experimental Analysis" at High Performance Software

Kerstin Kleese van Dam presented on "High Performance Support for Experimental Analysis" at High Performance Software, Workflows, and Visualization for Synchrotrons workshop as part of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Advanced Light Source User Meeting.

Kleese van Dam presents AIM

As part of the Smoky Mountain Computational Sciences and Engineering Conference (SMC2014), in Park Vista, Tennessee, Kerstin Kleese van Dam presented "Analysis in Motion" and participated in a panel discussion. Visit the SMC14 website for more information. 

Kleese van Dam invited to DOE Council

Kerstin Kleese van Dam was an invited participant and speaker at the Department of Energy Advanced Science Computing Research Data Council.

Kleese van Dam presented Streaming Analysis and Decision Taking

As part of the Discovery 2020 workshop, Kerstin Kleese van Dam presented "Streaming Analysis and Decision Taking."

Webb-Robertson, Bramer, and Robinson attend R User Conference 2014

The conference, which took place at the University of California, Los Angeles, provided the team with specific training on big data and streaming applications with R. For more information, email Bobbie-Jo Webb-Robertson or visit the conference website.

Bobbie-Jo Webb-Robertson and Lisa Bramer attend Women in Statistics Conference

Bobbie-Jo presented on a panel about balancing a career and children, and Lisa won a travel award and presented her work on the Analysis in Motion Initiative. During the conference, they met Grace Wahba. Grace, at 80 years old, still actively works and speaks at conferences. She is a pioneer in the statistics field, and worked on machine learning when there were nearly no women in the field.

PNNL hosts Workshop on Semantic Interaction

PNNL (Richland campus) hosted "Workshop on Semantic Interaction: Coupling Cognition and Computation through Usable Interactive Analytics."

Will hackers find bioweapon secrets in the cloud?

Mark Greaves participated in a panel discussion at an event sponsored by the Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. That discussion was highlighted in an article in FGW. Read the full article.

Webb- Robertson presents poster at the Algorithms for Threat Detection Program

Bobbie-Jo Webb-Robertson presented a poster at the Algorithms for Threat Detection Program Review. The poster "Online Predictive Analytics for Known and Unknown Chemical Identification in Spectroscopy Data" and accompanying white paper were well received.

2013

Kleese van Dam invited to present on Predictive Analytics

Kerstin Kleese van Dam gave an invited presentation on "Advances in Predictive Analytics" at the Big Data Analytics in Life Sciences Conference, Boston, MA, and at the Big Data Business Forum in San Francisco, CA, on November 14, 2013.

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