Event: 3rd U-M Workshop on Data Mining
For the last 2 years we have had a big success with the University of Michigan Workshop on Data, Text, Web, and Social Network Mining. We uncovered lots of people at Michigan doing interesting and unexpected things with data. Indeed, we found so many different projects that this year we have shortened the name to reflect the great diversity of work at Michigan.
Who is invited?
All UM faculty, staff, and graduate students working in the fields of data mining, broadly construed to include models and technologies for statistical data analysis, Web search technology, analysis of user behavior, data visualization, etc. as well as related areas. External visitors from the State of Michigan and beyond are also welcome to attend.
The workshop consists of faculty presentations, tutorials, discussions, and a keynote lecture.
Alexander Van Esbroeck, CSE
Honglak Lee, CSE
Qiaozhu Mei, School of Information
H.V. Jagadish, CSE
Jacob Goldsmith, CSE and ME
Mike Cafarella, CSE
Brock Palen, CAEN
Christopher Miller, Astronomy
Nguyen Long, Statistics
Stephen Smith, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Heather Carlson, Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry
Abe Gong, Political Science
And in conjunction with the CSE Distinguished Lecture series, Michael Jordan of U.C. Berkeley.