A two-day workshop on Astronomical Data Science was held at Texas A&M on February 17-18, 2020. Astronomy’s unprecedented success in data collection necessitates equal levels of innovation in data processing and analysis. Current and upcoming large and complex data streams offer huge opportunities for new science, but also new (and old) challenges. This workshop brought together astronomers, statisticians, computer scientists, and others to present the latest methods for tackling these challenges and discuss ideas for the next generation of approaches.
Information concerning the program can be found at the workshop website.