- Tuesday 11 July 2023, 9:30am - 4:30pm
- Room 9.58b, Worsley Building
LIDA will be hosting a workshop on infrastructures for data science, machine learning applications and cutting cloud/edge data infrastructures. This will be an opportunity to know more about scalable techniques for data storage, computation, experiment tracking, and orchestration that are relevant to data scientists.
The Data Science Infrastructures Programme stands up an infrastructure stack from applications, programming models, middleware, virtualisation to hardware which is applied to a variety of real-world problems across Health, Societies and Environment. Of particular interest of the programme is the exploration of the usability of infrastructure clouds from the perspective of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning and other data science applications.
The workshop will provide a stimulating environment for academics, researchers, Post-Docs, PhD students and industry collaborators. Participants will also have the chance to present their results with talks, and to interact with colleagues in a convivial and productive environment.
Provisional Workshop Programme
9:30 - Registration and coffee
10:00 - Opening and programme presentation
10:30 - Talks (4)
12:30 - Lunch and networking (and Posters display)
14:00 - Talks (4)
16:00 - Discussion
16:30 - Close
For further information, please contact Professor Karim Djemame, email K.Djemame@leeds.ac.uk