BDSS-IGERT Speaker Series (Co-Sponsored Geography Coffee Hour) - Qunying Huang (U Wisconsin, Geography)

Presented by:Qunying Huang, assistant professor in the Department of Geography at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Title: "Social media: an emerging data source for human mobility studies"
When Jan 29, 2016
from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where John J. Cahir Auditorium, 112 Walker Building
Attendees All interested PSU researchers, faculty and students.
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BDSS IGERT is co-sponsoring a speaker in the GEOG Speaker Series, Dr. Qunying Huang, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 

 

Dr. Huang's research primarily focuses on geocomputing, and big data mining. She is very interested in applying different computing models, including cluster, grid, GPU, citizen computing, and especially cloud computing to address contemporary computing challenges in the GIScience. Most recently, she is leveraging and mining big social media for different applications, such as emergency response and disaster coordination, and human mobility. More information on Dr. Huang's work here.

 

Refreshments are offered at 3:30p before the presentation in the E. Willard Miller seminar room, 319 Walker Building

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