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.
An update from our Lineage Logistics internship team on how they spent July 4:
“We grilled burgers while our physicist explained analytical and numerical methods for solving the heat equation. Anne Talkington and Rachel Yin worked with Chris Eckman, one of our analysts, to implement in Matlab. Fun times all around.
Launching this fall, “Specialization in Data Analytics for Business” will help everyday professionals make the most of Big Data. The proposal for the course series arose from a meeting organized by the Information Initiative at Duke (iiD).
More than 50 students—majoring in everything from political science to engineering—gathered on the third floor of Gross Hall for a lunch to share status updates on their Data+ projects.
Two of the 11 teams that won the innovative and highly competitive LinkedIn Economic Graph Challenge are led by Duke Statistics faculty affiliated with iiD.
Launched in October 2014, the challenge asked investigators, academicians and “data-driven thinkers” to submit their ideas for creating greater economic opportunity for the approximately 3 billion people in the global workforce.
In the latest Duke Forward video in the Ideas That Move the World Forward series, iiD faculty member Guillermo Sapiro talks about a new technological approach to mental health disability screening and behavioral analysis in children.
The World Academy of Sciences interviewed Duke's Ingrid Daubechies on why more women should engage in mathematics.
From Inside Philanthropy: The potential for huge amounts of data to accelerate advances across fields has funders giddy. Part of the draw is the diverse array of possible applications, and Duke University's collaborative data science center is a prime example.