Speaker: Dr. Kristin Tolle, Collaborative Analytics

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Director of the Data Science Initiative at Microsoft Research Outreach
April 19, 2016
4:00PM - 5:00PM
Location
Wexner Center Film Theatre, 1871 N High St. Columbus, Ohio

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Add to Calendar 2016-04-19 16:00:00 2016-04-19 17:00:00 Speaker: Dr. Kristin Tolle, Collaborative Analytics Dr. Kristin Tolle - Collaborative Analytics: Meeting Global Challenges through Shared Research and DevelopmentPlease Join the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis for a public lecture with Dr. Kirsten Tolle. This talk will focus on research collaborations which cut across sectors providing interesting breakthroughs in research and development. Examples include how cloud-based data analytics services can be leveraged to perform research analyses and facilitate collaboration for geographically dispersed teams and co-investigators. The use cases discussed will focus on global challenges—such as healthcare and climate change. They will also highlight collaborations that occur across organization boundaries—such as industry, government and academia. Pushing the state of the art can be facilitated through these partnerships—public/private and academic/industry—when each group bring their unique strengths and perspectives to bear on scientific problems. Wexner Center Film Theatre, 1871 N High St. Columbus, Ohio The STEAM Factory at The Ohio State University steamfactory@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Dr. Kristin Tolle - Collaborative Analytics: Meeting Global Challenges through Shared Research and Development

Please Join the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis for a public lecture with Dr. Kirsten Tolle. This talk will focus on research collaborations which cut across sectors providing interesting breakthroughs in research and development. Examples include how cloud-based data analytics services can be leveraged to perform research analyses and facilitate collaboration for geographically dispersed teams and co-investigators. The use cases discussed will focus on global challenges—such as healthcare and climate change. They will also highlight collaborations that occur across organization boundaries—such as industry, government and academia. Pushing the state of the art can be facilitated through these partnerships—public/private and academic/industry—when each group bring their unique strengths and perspectives to bear on scientific problems.