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The HPE DSI champions research and academic programs to strengthen the university's position within the developing data landscape.
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Jul 25 11:30 am
Machine learning and geophysical inversion: A numerical study
In this talk, a numerical example is used to illustrate the difference between geophysical inversion and machine learning inversion.
Aug 06 10:00 am
Big Data Analytics & Machine Learning
HPE Data Science Institute will host a two day, hands-on XSEDE workshop to introduce scalable data analytics and machine learning using Hadoop, Spark and TensorFlow. There are NO prerequisites, although some familiarity with Python is helpful.
From Data to Design
Relying on the latest high-performance computing resources at UH, graduate student Karun Kumar Rao uses computational modeling to find materials with the perfect properties to become next-gen batteries. Rao was recently awarded a NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship to design safer and more resilient lithium batteries that could one day end up powering satellites and space stations.
Learn more about this project:Building a Better Battery
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Data Science Institute
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute was launched in 2017 to support and strengthen the university's research and academic interests in data science. The institute puts UH researchers in front of important global challenges by actively promoting community, industry, and institutional partnerships.