Speaker: Robert L. Grossman
Title: Towards Commons of Environmental Data
Location: Saieh Hall for Economics (SHFE) 021
About the talk:
As datasets continue to grow in size, it is becoming harder for many researchers in environmental sciences to access and analyze the data they need for their research. We describe how large scale clouds and commons of scientific data are beginning to play an important role in the research community. We also discuss some of the lessons learned over the past couple of years from the Open Science Data Cloud, the OCC-NASA ProjectMatsu and the OCC-NOAA Data Commons.
About the speaker:
Professor, Department of Medicine and the College
Robert Grossman is the Chief Research Informatics Officer (CRIO) of the Biological Sciences Division, the Director of the Center in Data Intensive Science, and a Professor in the Section of Genetic Medicine, Department of Medicine at the University of Chicago. He is also a Core Faculty and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology (IGSB) and the Computation Institute. His research group focuses on data science, data intensive computing and bioinformatics.