Kyle Cranmer, a University of Wisconsin–Madison alumnus who played a significant role in the discovery of the Higgs boson, will become the next director of the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute.
Two new GPU servers recently acquired by the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute (DSI) at UW-Madison honor the memory of Dr. Olvi Mangasarian, a pioneer and leader in the field of mathematical programming.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education (OVCRGE) released the names of the four finalists for the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute director search. Each finalist will present a public seminar; all are encouraged to attend.
Mathematical models have helped the U.S. optimize COVID-19 vaccine allocation and delivery to boost vaccination rates. But these models have not overcome existing health disparities.
American Family Insurance has partnered with the University of Wisconsin–Madison through the Institute to offer mini-grants of $75,000-to-$150,000 for data science research at UW–Madison.
Recent advances in environmental data science have enabled ecologists to work at scales that reflect the vast regions and species affected by climate change.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute is looking for a focused, innovative, and professional individual eager to help us expand our research porfolio.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute’s first two years have been nothing if not eventful. After finding innovative ways to confront the pandemic with data, the institute’s next big project is recruiting a permanent director. Applications are due April 15.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute seeks an individual to advance the research activities of faculty members, students, and staff in a broad range of scholarly disciplines that would benefit from data science methods.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is accepting applications for the director position at the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute (DSI).