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January 2022

NASA SMD’s Transform to Open Science

January 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Title: NASA SMD’s Transform to Open Science Date: January 24, 2022 Time: 11 am – 12 pm Venue: Zoom (zoom link will be emailed to registrants) Description: SPD-41: The Science Information Policy goals are to maximize the benefits from federally funded research through the practice of open science while minimizing the burden on scientists. This policy was created based on recommendations from SMD's Strategy for Data Management and Computing for Groundbreaking Science 2019-2024 and is based on existing Government directives,…

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UFII Fellows Journal Club Seminar Series – Sharmin Siddiqui

January 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

UFII Fellows Journal Club Seminar Series  "Effects of Wildfires on Annual Streamflow Response in Southeastern Amazon Basin Watersheds" by Sharmin Siddiqui Ph.D. Candidate, Watershed Ecology Lab & Dept. of Environmental Engineering Sciences Thursday, January 27, 2022 - Virtual via Zoom ABSTRACT: Amazon rainforests are an integral component of global atmospheric evaporation and precipitation processes and are increasingly threatened by accelerating fire regimes driven by large-scale deforestation and climate change. Forest disturbance can alter river hydrology, with changes in streamflow magnitude,…

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February 2022

AI Advances and Applications Virtual Seminar Series – AI Research Catalyst Fund Awardees

February 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

New AI Advances and Applications Virtual Seminar Series starting Fall 2021: AI Research Catalyst Fund Awardees Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the next horizon in computational-enabled science and technologies.  Efforts to develop and apply robust AI are ongoing across almost all fields of study. Among other benefits, AI promises to revolutionize healthcare, security, transportation, education, manufacturing and the overall human experience. Algorithmic advances in machine learning (ML) along with increased computing power and the advent of “big data” have set AI…

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AI Research Catalyst Fund Awardees Virtual Seminar Series – Dr. Hassan Azad

February 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

AI Research Catalyst Fund Awardees Virtual Seminar Series "Application of Machine Learning in the Prediction and Modeling of Environmental Noise" by Dr. Hassan Azad Assistant Professor in School of Architecture, Director at EAAR Lab Wednesday, February 2, 2022  ABSTRACT: Environmental noise is a critical pollutant directly associated with health and work-related problems such as hearing loss, children’s cognition problems, and reduced work productivity. Estimation methods have been used to calculate and model environmental noise since around 40 years ago. Over the…

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