Update about student travel funds at the end.
September 15-16: Data Carpentry Workshop
September 17-18: Research and Technology Development conference
Back by popular demand, Missouri S&T will again be holding their Research and Technology Development conference (RTD). The three pillars for 2018 are:
Remote Sensing | Visualization | High Performance Computing
The Research and Technology Development conference is an all-encompassing event for researchers, students, and academics who are involved with research and technology.
It’s about networking, learning about technologies, developing new skills, and sharing ideas with people who may, or may not, have the same interests as you.
This year’s RTD event will be even bigger than the last, with more skill-building workshops, more talented researchers and students coming together, and more of what makes technology and the research community great.
Highlights from this year’s show are:
- Data Carpentry Workshop (September 15-16 – separate registration required)
- Faster Science with Parallel Programming, presented by University of North Dakota
- Machine Learning with Python, presented by Texas Advanced Computing Center
- Grant Proposals 101, presented by University of Oklahoma
- HPC design, presented Los Alamos National Lab
Returning is the awesome Monday night social with fabulous street food, live music, and the best fireworks show we’ve ever had.
Thanks to the partnership with Missouri S&T and University of North Dakota, the $100 registration fee has been waived for all attendees, so check out rtd2018.mst.edu to register and join the experience!
The Midwest Big Data Hub invites students from across the US to present their data science work as a research poster at RTD18 on Monday, September 17 @ 4:30pm.Submit poster title and abstract by email to Aaron.Bergstrom AT und edu.
Posters should be 30″x40″. Foam backerboard, easels, and push pins will be provided. Presenters will be notified once their posters have been accepted for inclusion in the session.
Travel support is available for up to 10 students with accepted posters.