Registration is now open for the Third University of Michigan Workshop on Data Mining, to be held on April 18 at Stamps Auditorium. The last two years of workshops have been a big success drawing researchers from all over campus, as well as the state of Michigan and beyond. Indeed, we had such high interest in the past that this year we have obtained a much larger venue so that many more can come. We hope this year’s event will be as exciting as past years’.
Date: Wednesday, April 18
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Location: Stamps Auditorium on North Campus
Registration is free and includes lunch on the day of the workshop, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Yahoo! and the Office of Research Cyberinfrastructure (ORCI).
Researchers and students from Michigan, other universities, and industry are all welcome. However, space is limited, so please be sure to register as soon as you can. We will close registration on April 11.
We will have technical presentations from researchers using data mining techniques in engineering, natural sciences, and social sciences. We will also have a tutorial on how to use Michigan’s popular Flux system.
The final lecture of the day will be held in conjunction with Computer Science and Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series. The speaker will be Professor Michael Jordan of U.C. Berkeley.