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Data Science & Digital Agriculture Fall Seminar Series

Author: Dr. Dennis Buckmaster
Hosted By: Data Science and Digital Agriculture
Time: 11:30 am
Location: Deans Auditorium, PFEN
Contact Name: Dennis Buckmaster
Contact Email: dbuckmas@purdue.edu
Priority: No
School or Program: Agricultural and Biological Engineering
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Every month we will bring in an outside speaker to expand our thinking with regard to applications, methods, and utilization of data in agriculture, food, and nature resource systems.

ABOUT

Every month we will bring in an outside speaker to expand our thinking with regard to
applications, methods, and utilization of data in agriculture food, and nature resource systems.

DATES, TIMES, SPEAKERS & TOPICS

  • Friday, September 20, 11:30-12:30, PFEN 241, Deans Auditorium. Kyler Laird; Autonomy innovator, Farming Entrepreneur, and Computer Systems Analyst; Sabanto Ag
  • Friday, October 18, 11:30-12:30, PFEN 241, Deans Auditorium, Marco Brini; Digital Pioneer in IoT and Big Data for Ag; EnvEve
  • Friday, November 15, 11:30-12:30, PFEN 241, Deans Auditorium, speaker soon to be announced
  • Friday, December 6, 11:30-12:30, PFEN 241, Deans Auditorium: Dr. Kathy Wu, University of Delaware. Data Science for Agriculture

LUNCHTIME CONNECTIONS

This nominal monthly series is designed to build community and develop networks. Attend
to learn of local resources, see demonstrations, and pose specific inquiries. Topics include
teaching, research, and extension. Send suggestions to dbuckmas@purdue.edu

WHEN, WHERE, WHAT & WHO

  • Friday, September 6, 11:30-12:30, LILY 2-425. Image and video analysis. Maggie Zhu and Amy Reibman of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Friday, October 4, PFEN 241: Data Analysis Consulting & Services. Aaron Walz - introduction to Ag Data Services. Bruce Craig - Statistical Consulting Services. Guang Lin - Integrated Data Science Consulting
  • Friday, November 1, LILY 2-425: Visualization. David Ebert of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Vetria Byrd of Polytechnic Institute, Allison Hopkins of Envision Center