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Explore innovations, trends, and practical challenges in research at GSU’s 2015 Scientific Computing Day.
Discover how technology is helping solve some of humanities most urgent global and grand challenges. Connect with GSU's diverse and dynamic research community.
Explore transdisciplinary research at GSU's Scientific Computing Day. Learn how disciplines such as math, chemistry, statistics, anthropology, public health, education, communications, business and others are working together to solve today's most challenging problems.
* Discover ways you can engage in cutting-edge research.
* Exchange ideas with leading researchers in a variety of fields.
* Find out about in-demand computational skills that can open the path to professional success.
Friday September 18
8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Lunch provided to registered attendees.
Giveaways and opportunities to learn about taking part in cutting-edge research.
Register for the Conference ><http://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/research-computing/scientific-computing-day/>
Researchers and aspiring researchers in every field are encouraged to attend.
Conference Presentations & Conversations - View the Full Schedule ><http://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/research-computing/scientific-computing-day/>;
Morning Session - 8:30 a.m. to Noon
Classifying Cancers from RNAseq Data through Machine Learning
Modeling Transmission and Control of the Ebola Epidemic In West Africa
Transcriptomic Approaches to Studying Small Neural Networks In Exotic Species
How Technology Will Shape the Future of Humanities Research
Poster Session and Lunch - Noon
Afternoon Session - 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Featured Guest Speaker: The World of Computing
Dr. Vincent Betro
University of Tennessee National Institute for Computational Sciences
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
This generation will finally have the raw computing power to solve some of humanities most interesting grand challenges: creating a model of the human brain, unlocking the patterns of weather to save lives and help with food supplies, and keeping people safe and mobile in an increasingly cramped world. Learn how you can help solve problems in a data-centric world. More ><http://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/research-computing/scientific-computing-day/>
Multiscale Modeling of Tumor Progression
Dynamical Network of Protein Residue-Residue Contacts Provides Insights Into Enzyme Function
Does Computational Science Show us the Future of Business Analytics?
UAVs and Archaeology: How New Technologies Are Changing Our View of the Past
Brain Transcriptome of Adult Green Treefrogs