About the U-M Annual Data Science and AI Summit
The U-M Data Science and AI Summit is the largest annual data science and AI event on campus. This event brings together the U-M data science and AI research community and their external collaborators to build research vision and collaboration. It also showcases the breadth and depth of U-M data science and AI research, from theory and methodology development to the transformative use of data and AI to address scientific and societal challenges in all domains. The event is free for all attendees (U-M faculty, staff, and trainees, as well as industry, government and community members).
To learn more about what to expect from this year’s event, see the program of the 2022 Data Science and AI Summit.
Summit Program - Nov. 13
9:00 am: Welcome Remarks – Dr. H. V. Jagadish (Edgar F Codd Distinguished University Professor and Bernard A Galler Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering; MIDAS Director)
9:10 am: Keynote – Dr. Suresh Venkatsubramanian (Professor of Data Science and Computer Science, Brown University)
11:30 am: Poster Lightning Talks
11:45 am: Lunch, Networking, Poster Session
1:30 pm: Keynote – Dr. Julianne Delcanton (Director, Center for Computational Astrophysics, Flatiron Institute)
2:30 pm: Research Vision Talks (session 1)
4 pm: University of Michigan Data Science and AI Organizations Showcase
5:30 pm: Reception and Networking – all attendees welcome. Come and talk with U-M data science and AI organizations, researchers, and students, as well as industry and public-sector partners.
Summit Program - Nov. 14
9:00 am: Keynote – Dr. Emre Kiciman (Senior Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research)
10:10 am: Research Vision Talks (Session 2)
11:20 am: Panel Discussion: Federal Priorities in Data Science and AI and Academic Research Opportunities
Panelists (more to be announced):
- Dr. Laura Biven (Data Science Technical Lead, Office of Data Science Strategy, National Institutes of Health)
- Dr. Michael Molnar (Director, Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office, National Institute of Standards and Technology)
- Dr. Hector Muñoz-Avila (Program Director and Cluster Lead, the Information Integration and Informatics Program,, National Science Foundation)
12:30 pm: Poster Awards and Closing Remarks
12:40 pm: Light Lunch and Networking – all attendees welcome