Everybody's talking about a new app developed by a team co-led by iiD’s Helen Egger and Guillermo Sapiro. Created in partnership with Apple, the free iOS app aims to learn more about autism in young children living around the world last week. Check out what news organizations are saying:
A team of researchers and software developers from Duke University and the Duke Medical Center—co-led by iiD’s Helen Egger and Guillermo Sapiro—has introduced a free iOS app to learn more about autism in young children living around the world.
People are excited about Platypus, the Photoshop plug-in tool that uses mathematical algorithms to allow art conservators to better analyze paintings using X-ray images. The software was developed by iiD faculty Ingrid Daubechies (Mathematics Department and Electrical and Computer Engineering Department) and David Dunson (Statistics Department) in partnership with the North Carolina Museum of Art.
iiD's Ingrid Daubechies (Mathematics Department and Electrical and Computer Engineering Department) and David Dunson (Statistics Department) partnered with the North Carolina Museum of Art has partnered to develop an art conservation tool that helps analyze paintings using x-ray images.The software program is called Platypus.
This fall Duke University will launch several new open online courses in two high-demand fields: data analysis and software development. The courses will be offered on online learning platform Coursera, and are intended to help individuals around the world build practical career skills. The first course starts September 15.
Accenture and Duke University have formed an alliance focused on jointly developing new advanced analytics solutions to address real-world, client-specific business challenges. The Accenture and Duke University Analytics Research Program, which will have an initial focus on health management research, aims to bring together data, modeling and analysis to achieve sustainable business and patient outcomes.
We encourage the iiD community to attend the open house and dedication for the Foundry:
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Gross Hall Ground Floor
Come explore Duke’s amazing new 7,600-square-foot “maker space,” where student teams, faculty, and staff can build ideas from the ground up!
Join us for:
Graduate student Jordan Hashemi explains why he choose to come to Duke—in part because of iiD and Duke's strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research.
An article published by the Atlantic describes Deputy Director of iiD Jerry Reiter's research program on methods for sharing data in ways that protect the confidentiality of data subjects' identities and sensitive attributes. This work comes out of grants supported by the National Science Foundation and is associated with two iiD projects that Jerry leads.