Join the University of Virginia Data Science Institute for Datapalooza 2017, in coordination with UVA’s Office of the Vice President for Research and Office of the Vice President for Information Technology.

This year’s event will kick off with a talk by New York Times Chief Data Scientist Chris Wiggins on Thursday, Nov. 9, followed by a reception, and then a full day of data science Friday, Nov. 10. Click here to register for the kickoff talk and reception with Chris Wiggins.

Datapalooza 2017 will feature keynote speakers John Elder, Founder of Elder Research, and Mary Jo Madda, Creative Strategy Manager for Code Next at Google. Virginia’s Secretary of Health and Human Services Bill Hazel will introduce research highlights from across Grounds, and a variety of researchers, government agency officials and industry experts will participate in panels on Healthcare, Business, and Social Media Analytics and Data Vizualization.

Click here for a full agenda for Datapalooza 2017.

The day of data science will begin at 8am on Friday, Nov. 10 with registration and breakfast and will end at 6pm with a reception. All events will take place in Newcomb Hall on Grounds. For more information visit http://dsi.virginia.edu/datapalooza. If you have questions or feedback, email datascience@virginia.edu.

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