APRIL 20TH-21ST -- Arlington, VA
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Workshop Organizers:
Lisa Singh, Georgetown University
Amol Deshpande, University of Maryland
Wenchao Zhou, Georgetown University

Latest News:

  • Feb/Mar 2016 - Invitations sent out
  • Mar 2016 - Website up
  • Mar 2016 - Travel information sent out
  • Mar 2016 - Hotel information sent out
  • April 2016 - Agenda posted
  • April 2016 - Notes for Breakout Sessions are available here.
  • April 2016 - Survey of BDPI-2016 can be accessed here.

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    Pictures from the workshop

    Welcome to the 2016 NSF BigData PI Meeting (BDPI-2016) website. The PI meeting will be held on April 20th-21st in Arlington, VA.

    The growth in scale, diversity, and complexity of data has increased the demand for understanding large amounts of heterogeneous data. This presents new challenges to the way data and information are used and managed. The goal of the two-day workshop is to bring together PIs and co-PIs currently funded by the Big Data program at NSF along with selected industry and government invitees to discuss current research, identify current challenges, and discuss promising future directions. The meeting will also serve as an opportunity to foster new collaborations and share accomplishments. The program will include speakers discussing emerging areas in Big Data research, funding panels, breakout discussions, and a poster/demo session. There will also be a reception with opportunites to discuss and debate solutions to some of the largest big data research and education challenges.

    Dates and Location
    BDPI-2016 will take place from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM on April 20th (followed by a reception) and from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM on April, 21st at Renaissance Arlington Capital View in Arlington, VA. Meeting check-in/registration will take place from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM on April 20th.


    This workshop is supported through an NSF grant. PIs: Lisa Singh, Amol Deshpande, Wenchao Zhou. All opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations in any material resulting from this workshop are those of the workshop participants and do not necessarily reflect the views of NSF.