Please join us for "Data on Earth," Yale's sixth annual Day of Data, November 30, 2018.
If you collect, manage, analyze, interpret, or otherwise work with data, this event is for you.
Researchers and data experts from across the disciplines will gather to share experiences, challenges, and best practices related to data-intensive research.
This year's theme, "Data on Earth," showcases the ways that Yale researchers explore questions that have a global impact and even engage in worldwide collaborations to solve problems. Speakers will explore critical issues, including:
- What common threads connect data-intensive research across disciplines?
- How should we deal with the increasing complexity of data?
- How is research affected by heightened attention to data as a research product?
Yale Day of Data: Data on Earth
November 30, 2018
Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Keynote speaker: William Michener, Principal Investigator of DataONE, Professor and Director of e-Science Initiatives, University Libraries, University of New Mexico.
Yale Day of Data Poster Session
November 29, 2018
Center for Science and Social Science Information (concourse level of Kline Biology Tower)
The Yale Day of Data is free and open to the campus community. Registration is required.
The 2018 Yale Day of Data is sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Yale University Library, the Yale Center for Research Computing, the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, the Sigma Xi Distinguished Visitor Fund, and the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning.
Visit to EventBrite to register or fill out the registration form below. Please note that the Birds of a Feather lunch will be focused around data topics to be discussed in small group settings. A link to the Day of Data schedule and poster session information are available below the event registration information.