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Computation and Research in Data Science

East Tennessee State University


eDay 2019 (March 27) – Summary of events

8.30 – 10.00,  Nicks Hall 455:
ETSU faculty meets with Michael Bryant, Educator Community Manager at Amazon Web Services (AWS)

2.00 - 3.00 pm, Brown Hall 304:
Robert Whitten (Oak Ridge National Laboratories)
Survey of the Advanced Computing Facility (ACF) at ORNL

3.15 - 4.15 pm, Brown Hall 261:
Michael Bryant (AWS Educate)
Tomorrow’s Cloud Workforce

4.30 pm, Brown Hall 261, 265:
Research presentations by students of the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics:

  • Richard Lettich, Grace Oster, Brown Hall 261, 4.30 pm,  Visualizing Trends in Twitter Sentiment
  • David Schmidt, Brown Hall 265, 5.00 pm,  Spline Based Intrusion Detection in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET)
  • Tristan Onek, Brown Hall 265, 5.20 pm,  Addressing the Data and Mathematics Needed to Advance Social Computing
  • Nicholas  Hodge , Brown Hall 265, 5.40 pm,  Leveraging Small Datasets in Machine Learning
  • Nathan Ramsay, Brown Hall 265, 6.00 pm,  Using Principle Component Analysis to Analyze Baseball Data

The CaRDS Institute will host a program that highlights current partnerships of ETSU woth ACF at Oak Ridge National Laboratories and Amazon Web Services. Our Speakers are Robert Whitten and Michael Bryant. A session that showcases research projects of ETSU students on data science and computation will conclude the event. Food will be served at the conclusion of Michael Bryant’s talk!

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