Cyberinfrastructure Day 2018 Highlights
RCCI would like to thank the campus research community for their participation in the CyberInfrastructure (CI) Day 2018. Invited speakers, Professors Timothy Beal, Robert Kirsch and Jill Barnholtz-Sloan, presented extended accounts of their work. Contributed talks and posters were presented throughout the day, providing engaging introductions to the meaningful work underway in the campus community. Topics ranged over molecular interactions, digital analysis of classic text translation, photovoltaic system durability testing, restoring function in the case of arm paralysis and brain tumor discoveries.
Cyberinfrastructure Day 2018 Session Recordings provided by MediaVision
A recap of talks with titles is provided below, as well as posters presented during the day.
RCCI looks forward to CI Day 2019 next spring semester and welcome suggestions and discussion to enrich the event for the campus and extended community.
Professor Timothy Beal—Neural Machine Translation of Classic Texts And Other Adventures of a HPC Newb from the Humanities
Professor Robert Kirsch—Restoring movement and user control of the paralyzed arm: BCI-commanded FES
Professor Jill Barnholtz-Sloan—Using Big Data for Novel Discoveries in Brain Tumor Research
Professor Emeritus Gheorghe Mattescu—Calculations on Water, the most studied and least understood molecule
Dr. Kabilar Gunalan—Theoretical predictions of the axonal pathways directly activated by subthalamic deep brain stimulation (with poster)
Chaitanya Kolluru—Convolutional neural networks for coronary plaque classification in Intravascular Optical Coherence Tomography (IVOCT) images (with poster)
Jiqi Liu—Cross-correlation analysis of the indoor accelerated and real-world exposed photovoltaic systems across multiple climate zones (with poster)
Mustafa Ascha—Reproducible research with GNU Make, R.and Docker: Epidemiology in the 21st century
William Koehrsen—Data Science for Virtual Building Energy Audits
Addison Klinke—Detecting and Quantifying Photovoltaic Backsheet Cracks Using Surface Profilometry Data
Shreyas Kamath—A Data Analytics Approach to Identifying Saving Opportunities and Inefficiencies
Nicholas Wheeler—Introducing ANERIS: A Hadoop Cluster for Bioinformatics at Scale
Wei-Heng Huang—Network Structural Equation Modeling for Photovoltaic Modules Lifetime Performance in Real-World and Accelerated Exposures
Ahmad Maroof Karimi—Electroluminescence Imaging Techniques to Characterize Degradation of Photovoltaic Modules using Supervised and Unsupervised Machine Learning Methods