You are invited to participate in the Second Annual Data Science Day to be held at Washington State University on the 21st of April, 2017. This year's workshop is expected to be significantly larger than the first Data Science Day in 2016 (pictured above). Participants are coming from a wide range of companies, universities and government labs, including (to name a few) WSU, University of Idaho, Gonzaga, Courant Institute, Williams College, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Intel, Sailfan Research, Multiscale Health Systems, Descartes Labs, and Emsi. The expertise of the participants range over many areas in the mathematical sciences, computer science, engineering,  economics and physics, all with an eye towards insight into challenging data analysis problems.

The design of the workshop is somewhat unusual in that there are no talks longer than 15 minutes, many more being 5-10 minutes long, and the balance of the presentations actually being 90 second teasers designed to advertise posters at the linked poster session at the AMS meeting on Sunday, April 23. There will also be discussion sessions.

As in the first Data Science Day, the talks will not be typical workshop talks in that we are expressly seeking talks that present one or two open problems of interest to the speaker (and perhaps also to the organization the speaker is from). The domains from which the data of interest comes will range broadly over scientific, industrial/business, and educational domains.

In addition to the discussion sessions, there will be opportunities for the representatives from various labs and companies to talk with students interested in internships and postgraduate positions. Some of those industry and lab scientists will also be involved in the linked panel discussion to be help on Sunday, April 23.

A lunch will be provided and will be free for all those who participate the entire day and available to anyone else at a moderate cost. Registration, though free, is required. Go here: to register. Housing is tight, so registration will also alert us to the fact you need a hotel and you will be asked if you need help finding a hotel room.

The Organizing committee is led by 3 Co-Chairs - Justin Theriot, Hossein Noorazar and Kevin R. Vixie. The Committee members are Bala Krishnamoorthy, Haijun Li, Charles N. Moore, Alexander Panchenko and Matthew J. Sottile.


Location: Junior Ballroom in the Compton Union Building (CUB) WSU-Pullman

Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Schedule: A bit closer to the event, we will have a rough schedule posted here, but given the unusual nature of the event, the times will be somewhat fluid.

Link to Data Science Data 2017 Confirmed Participants Page