Research and Networking
The Division of Research and Innovation is offering a Research and Networking Breakfast Series. This is a monthly event with meetings in the spring and fall semesters. Each month we select a different topic to kick start conversations and researchers have the option to present for a few minutes. It is a great opportunity for faculty to network, learn new things, and possibly identify new interdisciplinary collaborations on campus.
- February 27, 2019 "Omics"
- Dr. Thomas Sutter, Department of Biological Sciences, "My Omics Epic" More
- Dr. Tit-Yee Wong, Department of Biological Sciences, "Translation-stop-signals-based Neural-Network - a novel method for metagenomic sequences binning" More
- Dr. Emily E. Puckett, Department of Biological Sciences, "Population Genomic Methods to Understand The Evolution of Bears" More
- Dr. Shawn Brown, Department of Biology, "Omics Applications for Community Ecology" More
- Dr. Marie Van der Merwe, School of Health Studies, "Gut Microbiome" More
- March 28, 2019 "Datasets"
- Dr. Youngsang Kwon, Earth Sciences, "Big Data for Global Change Ecology" More
- Dr. Elena Delavega, School of Social Work, "Datasets for Researching Poverty" More
- Dr. Philip Pavlik, Institute of Intelligent Systems/ Psychology Department, "LearnSphere: Sharing, analysis and collaboration across a wide variety of educational data" More
- Dr. Brent Morgan, Institute of Intelligent Systems, "Tracking a Learner's Cognitive and Affective States" More
- Dr. Pankaj Jain, Department of Finance, "FISC Business Dataset" More
- Dr. Thomas McInish, Department of Finance, "Trades and Quotes Dataset" More
- Dr. Andrew Guthrie, Department of City and Regional Planning, "Access to Jobs by Transit in Memphis"
- April 24, 2019 "Data storage, data management, privacy & security, and legal aspects"
- Dr. Dipankar Dasgupta, Department of Computer Science, "Data Privacy, Security and Management" More
- Dr. Pankaj Jain, Department of Finance, "FISC: Financial infrastructure, Stability and Cybersecurity Center" More
- Dr. Vladimir Ambartsoumian, Business Information and Technology Department, "Can Spam Be Useful" More