South Big Data Hub Roundtable: Smarter Health and Our Future

The South Big Data Hub Roundtable Series provides an open discussion forum focusing on emerging research challenges in data science and analytics, applications in verticals such as health, smart and connected cities, environment, natural hazards, energy, materials and advanced manufacturing, and cross-cutting areas such as cyberinfrastructure, privacy, and security. The October 18th Roundtable features Wendy Nilsen, Program Director for the Smart and Connected Health program at the National Science Foundation.

When Oct 18, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM
Where Renaissance Computing Institute and online
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The October 18th Roundtable features Wendy Nilsen, Program Director for the Smart and Connected Health program at the National Science Foundation. She will discuss how science is changing rapidly and new transdisciplinary approaches are resulting in transformative change across domains. Health and medicine have begun to embrace convergent approaches that involve expertise from non-traditional biomedical disciplines, such as computing and engineering. Informatics and analytics are especially poised to contribute to these changes by bringing sophisticated techniques to partnerships in the biomedical realm. This talk will cover some current advances and a vision for a future of smart health.

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