On Thursday, April 27, 2023, from 3:00-4:30 PM, an audience gathered via Zoom and in person at the Richter Library 3rd floor conference room to hear the 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows give their final research project presentations. A Biomedical Engineering student (Jeffery Serville), Civil Engineering student (Sadegh Tale Masoule), and two Marine Science students (one graduate—Kelly Soluri and one undergraduate—Shara Sookhoo) thanked their mentors, supporters, and collaborating researchers. We invite you to watch the full session on YouTube. Here are some takeaways: Read more “Catch the Replay: 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows’ Final Project Presentations”
The 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows will gather once again to present the final project presentations at the Richter Library, 3rd Floor Conference Room, #343, on Thursday, April 27, from 3:00-4:30 PM. Join us in person for light refreshments (or via ZOOM) and hear their progress since their initial pitch. Read more “2022-2023 IDSC Fellows Final Project Presentations 4/27 in person or via ZOOM”
The 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows will gather once again to present the final project presentations at the Richter Library, 3rd Floor Conference Room, #343, on Thursday, April 27, from 3:00-4:30 PM. Join us in person for light refreshments (or via ZOOM) and hear their progress since their initial pitch. Read more “2022-2023 IDSC Fellows Final Project Presentations 4/27”
The Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) was pleased to host the newly chosen 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows as they presented their project proposals on December 14, 2022. Join us in congratulating (in order of presentation) Jeffrey Serville (starts @ 5:22), Kelly Soluri (starts @14:00), Sadegh Tale Masoule (starts @ 39:54), and Shara Sookhoo (starts @ 48:00). Each spoke briefly on what they hoped to accomplish. Read more “Catch the Replay: IDSC FELLOWS Launch Event Showcased Project Proposals”
As part of the first undergraduate climate resilience course, 36 students got a chance to learn about the pressing issue from 13 different faculty experts and offer their own suggestions. Parking lots covered with solar panels that would also collect rainwater. More rooftop gardens across the Coral Gables Campus. Permeable sidewalks that allow rain to seep through them, and a canopy over the Fate Bridge. Read more “Students Float Ideas to Help the Campus Adapt to a Changing Climate”
The Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) is pleased to announce the 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows have been chosen. Join us in congratulating (clockwise from top left): Sadegh Tale Masoule, Kelly Soluri, Jeffrey Serville, and Shara Sookhoo.
IDSC joins with University faculty to mentor IDSC Fellows on how to best utilize University’s cutting-edge advanced computing resources in their proposed research projects. This is a prestigious designation awarded each year to four students, either undergraduate (sophomore level or above) or graduate level.
You are invited to attend the IDSC Fellows Launch Symposium, hear their project proposals, and enjoy light refreshments.
Wednesday 12/14 • 3:00-4:00 PM
Richter Library 3rd Floor Conference Room (343)
This event is free and open to the public.
Special thanks to the IDSC Fellows Steering Committee:
CHAIR | Mohamed Iskandarani
Meet the IDSC Fellows
Sadegh Tale Masole
When she got a message last spring about a new class focused on climate resilience, University of Miami senior Sophie Walenta was itching to sign up. The more the marine affairs and ecosystems science and policy major read about the course, which is interdisciplinary, problem-driven, and discussion-based, the more intrigued she grew. Read more “IDSC Scientists Contribute to New Climate Resilience Academy Course”
The Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) is pleased to announce the 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows have been chosen. Join us in congratulating (clockwise from top left): Sadegh Tale Masoule, Kelly Soluri, Jeffrey Serville, and Shara Sookhoo. Read more “Meet the 2022-2023 IDSC Fellows at the Launch Symposium 12/14”
With Hurricane Ian approaching, our attention turned, once again, to weather maps and hurricane tracking. IDSC Visualization Director Alberto Cairo, PhD, was called on by The New York Times (update to “Those Hurricane Maps Don’t Mean What You Think They Mean”), the Financial Times, and by Axios, to lend his expert opinion on “storm communication”. Read more “IDSC Expert Dr. Alberto Cairo on Hurricane Ian and the Cone of Uncertainty”
In conjunction with Google Trends, AXOIS is tracking the issues people care about in your district. This newly launched dashboard will be updated regularly through midterms. The project participants included: Read more “Midterm Elections 2022: Issues that Matter to Americans”