UPDATES A bi-monthly newsletter with updates on data and computing news and events for UW-Madison researchers. In the Oct. 31th, 2018 update: Learning, Understanding, Cognition, Intelligence, Data Science (LUCID) Graduate Training Program Course Offerings for Spring 2019 Upcoming Campus Events Upcoming Trainings and Workshops Campus Opportunities and Groups External Opportunities Are you… unsure which …
Called the Machines, Algorithms and Data Lab (MADLab), the center is led by Robert Nowak, McFarland-Bascom Professor in electrical and computer engineering at UW–Madison and an adjoint professor at TTIC.
Housed at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, the IFDS will play a key role in the future of data science, developing fundamental techniques for handling increasingly massive data sets in shorter times.
The WID group brings together a rare combination of researchers with a variety of optimization specialties who will study and develop new methods, as well as apply these methods, to a wide range of important real-world problems.
The ORC at UW-Madison focuses on broad disciplines of optimization, including economics, computer science, industrial engineering, and machine learning.
The NEOS (Network-Enabled Optimization System) Server is a joint project between the optimization group at WID and the Morgridge Institute for Research. It consists of a server that accepts optimization models to solve a collection of expository material in the NEOS guide.
LUCID is a project-focused cross-disciplinary graduate training program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison that focuses on Learning, Understanding, Cognition, Intelligence, and Data-science.
Machine Learning @ UW-Madison brings together people, research, and courses from across the campus focused on the theory and application of Machine Learning.
Data science has transformed fields from biology to astronomy, and social networks to politics, influencing most aspects of modern life. To transform data science, Stephen Wright, a professor of computer sciences at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, wants to return to the fundamentals. Wright is leading a group of 14 researchers from …