We are organizing a six week-long, mentored summer research program focused on "Big Data" and related computational and statistical problems. This is our third year offering this summer program. The program includes a didactic component, with lectures, and also a project component where participating students will be working with some of our top faculty on a problem related to machine learning, data mining, electronic health records or genetic information.
The program runs from June 5-July 14, 2017. Details and an application form are available at:
An advertising flyer is attached. The program includes a modest stipend, housing and meals package for meritorious undergraduate students and is sponsored by an NIH R25 grant supported by the NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative.