TDAI's Mongeau to speak at NSF Midwest Big Data Hub All-Hands Meeting

TDAI Managing Director David Mongeau will be speaking at the NSF Midwest Big Data Hub’s All Hands Meeting as part of a panel about Education and Workforce Development, a key focus area of the Translational Data Analytics Institute. The regional event will be held Oct. 2-3 in Omaha, Nebraska, with additional activities held on Oct. 1, 4, and 5.

David Mongeau

David Mongeau

The MBDH All-Hands meetings are organized annually to bring together the broad MBDH membership and interested new parties to share information on data and Data Science-related projects, collaborations, tools, practices, and discoveries in the thematic areas of interest in the MBDH region. The meeting is intended to build the community, share successes and opportunities, and to also provide interesting or emergent Big Data applications across the R+D space.

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