2019 LLNL Data Science Workshop

LLNL Data Science Institute

Conference

July 23, 2019 to July 24, 2019
9:00am to 5:00pm
Livermore, CA

Register

The 2019 Data Science Workshop was hosted by the LLNL Data Science Institute and the University of California on July 23-24, 2019, at Garré Vineyard & Winery in Livermore, California. 

Speakers and Abstracts

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Registration Deadline: June 30, 2019

Registration was open to employees of UC affiliate national laboratories (LLNL, LBL, LANL) or employees/students of UC campuses only.  

REGISTRATION and AGENDA

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SESSION PROPOSALS - DUE April 1, 2019

The Program Committee invites session proposals from data science researchers with applications including climate and energy security, predictive biology, space situational awareness, non-proliferation, advanced manufacturing and material science, and more (to see previous talks and posters, see the schedule from last year here). Sessions will be one hour long and are encouraged to include participants from a variety of the UC campuses and UC National Laboratories (LBL, LANL, LLNL).

When submitting proposals, please have ready a session title, 500-word (at maximum) abstract, names and contact information for session chair/organizer and speakers/participants, the type of session format being proposed and any A/V or special consideration requests for your session. Please note that priority will be given to those sessions with participants from multiple universities and/or national labs. Late or incomplete submissions will not be accepted.

Examples of Session Types

  • Standard Presentations: Two to four speakers present on a common theme. May include a moderator to steer discussion and/or introduce speakers and theme.
  • Roundtable Discussion: Three or four participants make very brief remarks, then discuss a topic together with Workshop session attendees. Includes a moderator to steer discussion.
  • Lightning Talks: May or may not include slides or images. Presentations may be from 3 to 10 minutes long, depending on the number of presenters.
  • Propose Your Own

All proposals will be considered in the context of the overall Workshop structure and time-slot availability. The proposal’s session chair will be responsible for organizing, coordinating and executing their session. They will be the primary POC to work with the Program Committee to ensure success.

Proposal SubmissionPlease submit your proposal to datascience-workshop@llnl.gov for the 2019 LLNL Data Science Workshop by April 1, 2019. Late or incomplete submissions will not be accepted. General registration will open around May 1, 2019

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Contact - datascience-workshop@llnl.gov

Update September 12, 2019:
Collaboration Drives Data Science Workshop

September 12, 2019  |  Holly Auten  |  LLNL Data Science Institute News