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Love Data Week Lightning Talks

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Event Details:

Join us in the Mackenzie Room from 3:30PM - 4:40PM on Wednesday, February 14th for an exciting lineup of lightning talks given by data experts!

We'll have—

  • The Stanford Data Farm: A Collaborative, Scalable, and Secure Platform for Data Research (Ian Mathews, Redivis)
  • How to Love Presenting Your Data (AyoOluwateso Coker, Department of Earth System Science)
  • Loving Research & Researching Love: Neurodiversity, Caring Communities, & Uncertain Futures in India (Paras Arora, Department of Anthropology, Stanford)
  • A Ridiculously Brief Introduction to Google Earth Engine – 70+ petabytes of Earth observation, in your browser (Stace Maples, Assistant Director of Geospatial Collections & Services, Stanford Libraries)
  • Transformers vs. Convoluti(c)ons: Experiments in Handwritten Text Recognition (Peter Broadwell, CIDR, Research Data Services, Stanford Libraries)
  • Evaluating wetland restoration potential and quantifying wetland ecosystem services in the Houston Galveston Bay Area (Diana Moanga, Department of Earth System Science)
  • Sound photographs (or phonographs) of the Earth’s interior (Júlio Oliva Frigério, Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability, Geophysics)
  • Felt Maps (David Medeiros, Stanford Geospatial Center, Stanford Libraries)
  • Automating Data ETL Workflows with Airflow (Jeremy Nelson, Digital Library Systems and Services, Stanford Libraries)

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