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Event
MBI Cyber-enabled Discovery Innovation (CDI) Workshop

October 30, 2007 8:30 AM  to 
October 30, 2007 4:00 PM
Jennings Hall, 3rd floor, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

The goal of CDI is to advance science and engineering along fundamentally new pathways opened up by computational thinking, through development and application of models, algorithms, and software. This includes mathematically connected areas such as knowledge extraction from large data sets, computational experimentation, and algorithms development. The NSF will fund the program at a minimum of $26 million for 2008 with substantial increases of funding over the next five years.

In order to inform the mathematical sciences community about this interdisciplinary opportunity, the NSF will hold a one-day workshop in several of the DMS Mathematical Institutes. In particular, on October 30, a one-day workshop will be held at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) focusing on opportunities for mathematicians who are interested in doing interdisciplinary work related to biology. The workshop will include overview talks, panel discussions, and presentations from representatives of the NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences and Directorate for Biological Sciences.

Meeting Type
Workshop

Contacts
Thomas Russell, (703) 292-8080, trussell@nsf.gov
       Preferred Contact Method: Email

NSF Related Organizations
Division of Mathematical Sciences

Related Programs
Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation

Related Websites
MBI CDI Workshop: http://www.mbi.ohio-state.edu/2007/cdidescription.html

 



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