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The student teams that will present during the competition were selected as finalists by the DSI Education Working Group committee from among many impressive nominations. Following the presentations, a panel of researchers from across Columbia’s campuses will serve as judges. Finalists will compete across several judging criteria, such as creative use of data science; potential societal impact; and alignment with DSI’s “Data for Good” mission.
Join to see a snapshot of how Columbia students are applying data science across many disciplines. Successful student teamwork, problem solving, and innovation in data science methods will be highlighted.
This event will be chaired and moderated by Jeff Goldsmith, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Mailman School of Public Heath; and Co-Chair of the DSI Education Working Group. Committee member Isabelle A. Zaugg will lead a group discussion during the event.
DSI Postdoctoral Researchers will serve as the event judges: Abraham Liddell, Anne Nigra, and Aviv Landau.
Affordable Housing Price Analysis
COVID and CitiBike Usage
Digital Tool To Enable Decision-making Using Census Data
Don’t Go Far Off: An Empirical Study on Neural Poetry Translation
Identifying Patterns of Two Types of Principal Turnover in the USA and Singapore Using Decision Trees
Measuring the Integration and Network Effect of the SDGs
Mental Health in Athletes
Script Key: An Image-Based Keyboard for Non-Encoded Alphabetic Scripts
Understanding How Readers Comprehend Visualizations With Captions of Different Semantic Level Content
13h - 15h