New Academic Program | Georgia Tech Exploits Data Science To Accelerate Materials Design, Manufacture.

A new NSF-funded Big Data program through Georgia Tech is being announced today. Its focus is aligned with that of the Materials Genome federal initiative – in short, to create the high-performance materials of the future at a fraction of the cost and time it now takes (average is 15-20 years).

To help maintain economic competitiveness in the materials market, Georgia Tech is seeking to train a new type of data scientist with the business skills and analytics regimen to transform this field. It’s an ambitious 5-year program that involves a large interdisciplinary team led by the director of the GT Institute for Data and HPC, Dr. Richard Fujimoto. Read More…

1000 Universities Working with IBM to Grow Big Data Talent Pool

“From Washington, D.C. to the Philippines, IBM Creates Big Data and Analytics Curriculum for Universities Across the Globe; Announces Winners of 2013 Big Data and Analytics Faculty Awards ” August 14, 2013, 9:05 a.m. ET ARMONK, N.Y., Aug. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it has added nine new academic collaborations […]

Video Series “Big Data Deep Dive” (6 Episodes)

  A joint production of SiliconAngle’s theCUBE and EMCtv. It’s been said Big Data is the biggest development in IT since the internet… and many of the early pioneers who helped create that first IT land grab are now shifting their focus to this new frontier. EMC TV anchor, Richard Schlesinger is joined by Silicon […]

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