Data Science Coast to Coast: Ocean Dynamics
June 16 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The data science institutes at seven universities invite you to join the 2021 Data Science Coast-to-Coast seminar series. These data science institutes have been planning ways to foster a broad-reaching data science community that can collaborate extensively to advance our missions for research, education, and data science for social good. Using Zoom to eliminate geographical constraints, this seminar series is one of our first steps toward the goal.
In the first half of 2021, we will host five seminars, each featuring one faculty member and one postdoctoral fellow from two universities. Each speaker will give a 20-minute talk about ongoing projects and motivating issues, followed by 20 minutes of discussion with the audience. These seminars will be the launching point for follow-on research discussion meetings which will hopefully lead to fruitful collaborative research.
June 16th Presenters:
Miguel Jimenez-Urias (Postdoctoral Fellow, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University), Oceanic stirring and Mixing of Passive Scalars: A Novel Closure
Laure Zanna (Professor of Mathematics & Atmosphere/Ocean Science, New York University), Blending Machine Learning and Physics to Improve Climate Models
We strongly encourage you to sign up ahead of time, and indicate your area of research and your interest in follow-up discussions.