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Data Science Research Bazaar

Poster Session and Art Exhibit

Event Details

Wednesday, February 3, 2021
4-6 p.m.

Posters — 4:00-6:00 p.m. CST

Opportunity Calculator: Empowering Employee Advancement, Carole Trone
Using Qualtrics to Gather Audio Responses, Erwin Lares
Analyzing Interdisciplinary Collaboration with Bibliometric Data, Priya Kalra
Asking the Most Informative Questions, Scott Sievert
Optimizing Machine Learning Models for Clinical Application, Collin Engstrom
State-specific Projection of COVID-19 Infection in the United States and Evaluation of Three Major Control Measures, Shi Chen
Increasing the Accessibility of Computational Research with a Data Science Platform as a Service, Tobin Magle
The Intersection of Mental Health and COVID-19: How Exposure, Testing, Behaviors, and Perceptions Influence Mental Health Outcomes, Jacquie Cronin
Deep Convolutional Encoder-Decoder Networks for Permeability Heterogeneity Characterization in Heterogeneous Media, Zitong Huang
Long-Term Wearable Sensor Suite for Real-World Biochemical Tracking in Prosthetics, Yiseng Wang
Research Computing Beyond the Desktop: The Center for High Throughput Computing, Lauren Michael
UW-Madison Research Data Services (RDS): Open Data Practices for the Social Good, Heather Shimon
An uBuntu Approach to Artificial Intelligence in Africa, Sheriff Issaka
Using Human-Centered Mobility to Investigate Local Economic Recovery, Scott Blender
Relationship Between Cow’s Social Interactions and Milk Performance: An exploratory use of Social Network Analysis, Liliana Fadul

Art – 4:00-6:00 p.m. CST

STREAM, Ellen Bechtel
“The Builders” and “Within Each Cell a Symphony”, Cid Freitag
“Beach Finds”, Geo Rutherford
“Black Inequalities in Health Care”, Kaylene Yong