Undergraduate Data Science Workshop

Friday, May 19 2023
9am-5pm

Rm. 3325, Dana Building
440 Church St.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Overview

About the Workshop

About: Learn Python in a one-day workshop led by two UM professors–a cosmologist and a statistician–both specializing in data science. This workshop will provide you with the skills to conduct a complete data science workflow, including I/O, data wrangling, visualization, and interpretation.

Cost: $50 (payable by shortcode or credit card, refundable upon successful completion of workshop)

Registration for this workshop is now closed.

About the Instructors

Teaching Team

Assistant Professor in Experimental Cosmology and AstrophysicsPhysics

Prof. Camille Avestruz is a computational cosmologist leading the ALCCA (Avestruz Lab for Computational Cosmology and Astrophysics) research group. Her research group uses simulations to model, predict, and interpret observed large-scale cosmic structures. Her primary focus is to understand the evolution of galaxy clusters.

Assistant Professor in the Statistics Department at the University of Michigan, affiliate of the Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, affiliate of the Michigan Institute for Data Science.

Prof. Jeffrey Regier received a PhD in statistics from UC Berkeley (2016) and joined Department of Statistics at the University of Michigan as an assistant professor in 2019. His research interests include Bayesian inference, high-performance computing, deep learning, astronomy, and genomics.

Contact Us

Questions?

Message the MIDAS team: midas-contact@umich.edu