Research Opportunities With Biomedical Data
This talk shows current research opportunities for building the future disrupt lab.
Dr. Nina Hubig is an assistant professor at Clemson University's School of Computing, working as a part of the BDSI program in collaboration with MUSC. She achieved her PhD 2017 at Technical University of Munich (TUM) focusing on developing new data science algorithms for various applications ranging from biomedical to social network analysis. With a strong emphasis on database research, she included her algorithms into the main memory database system HyPer (now sold to Tableau).
Friday, November 1 at 2:30pm to 3:30pm
McAdams Hall, 114
821 McMillan Rd., Clemson, SC 29634, USA