Welcome to the home of the South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub
August - November 2017
The goal of this series of webinars and workshops is to garner community input into pathways for keeping data science as a discipline broadly inclusive. We seek input from data science programs in any region across the nation, either traditional or alternative, and from a range of institution types including minority-serving institutions, community colleges, liberal arts colleges, tribal colleges, universities, and industry partners. The series consists of two webinars leading up to a workshop exploring the future of data science education and workforce at institutions of higher learning that are primarily teaching-focused. A follow-up webinar will be planned after the workshop to report on outcomes and plans. Program committee members were chosen to represent a broad spectrum of communities with a diversity of geography (West, Northeast, Midwest, and South), discipline (CS. Math, Stats, Domains), as well as institution type (MSI's, CC's, 4-year colleges, tribal colleges, and universities).The series is co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the South Big Data Innovation Hub, and the Georgia Tech Institute for Data Engineering and Science.
For more information and to include your voice in the conversation, click below.
NSF has announced the next call for Big Data Spoke proposals! Full proposals are due September 18, 2017. $100,000 - $1 million dollar projects accepted. View solicitation. Details for requesting letters of support through the Hub will be posted soon.
The June 26th deadline has passed for letter requests. Contact a co-executive director for questions.
Microsoft Research is partnering with the Big Data Regional Innovation Hubs by awarding cloud credits for research. The South Big Data Innovation Hub is excited to offer researchers the opportunity to apply for cloud computing resources to support their data-intensive research projects. Apply Here
West, South, Midwest and North Big Data Innovation Hubs and US DOT, running through October 2017
For our News, Events & Opportunities, please view our Blog companion site.
COMMUNITY AND SUPPORTING RESOURCES
Would you like to become involved? Contact one of our Co-Executive Directors
Co-Executive Director, Georgia Institute of Technology
Co-Executive Director, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PI, Georgia Institute of Technology
PI, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions (AMS)
Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute (Emory and Moorehouse)
Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC)
Ernst & Young LLP (EY)
Florida A&M University
Florida Atlantic University
Florida Digital Humanities Consortium
GE Power & Water
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP)
IBM Research - Austin
Johns Hopkins University
Kennesaw State University
Manufacturing Extension Partnership of Louisiana (MEPOL)
Micron Technology, Inc.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
North Carolina Office of Science, Technology & Innovation (NC OSTI)
North Carolina State University
Prairie View A&M University
Raleigh Chamber (Research Triangle Regional Partnership; Wake County Economic Development)
Research Triangle Park
RTI International RAND Corporation RENCI
Research Triangle Park
RTI InternationalSandia National Laboratories
Southern Crossroads (SoX)
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University Commerce
Univeristy of Arkansas-Little Rock
University of Alabama
University of Alabama - Birmingham
University of Alabama - Huntsville
University of California, San Diego
University of Delaware
University of Florida, SSERC, State University System of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Kentucky
University of Louisiana
University of Louisiana - Lafayette
University of Maryland
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill & RENCI
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
University of North Carolina - Greensboro
University of North Carolina System
University of North Florida
University of North Texas
University of Oklahoma
University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
University of Tennessee - NICS
University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services
University of Tennessee, JICS
University of Texas
University of Texas at Arlington
University of Texas-Dallas
University of Texas-Dallas
University of Virginia
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Winston-Salem State University
ABOUT THE HUB
Big Data is a prominent, rapidly emerging discipline with far-reaching scientific and economic potential, yet there remains a gap in the translation of BD research findings into economic growth and end-user impact. To exploit the full potential of BD, the NSF hubs endeavor to foster innovation through collaboration, diversity, education, and workforce development.
If you are currently not a hub member and would like to be, please use the form at the bottom of this page to subscribe.
Initial Hub Areas of Emphasis (Spokes Areas)
For more information on the NSF BD Hub program, please view the
CONTACT & MEMBERSHIP
There are a few ways to contact us, get involved, and remain informed.
1. Contact one of our Co-Executive Directors to become actively involved as a hub partner.
Renata Rawlings-Goss, Ph.D. (based at Georgia Tech): email@example.com
Lea Shanley, Ph.D. (based at UNC-CH): firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Use email@example.com if you are sending in announcements or opportunities for our monthly newsletter or our blog. You can also use the form located on our blog. Note that this email does not send directly to the hub list.
3. To subscribe to newsletter announcements, add yourself to our contacts list, or become a hub member, please use the form below. If you are interested in becoming a member (active participant), be sure to indicate that you would like to be on our Outreach contact list.