2023 Student Data Science Competition

Wildfire Data Science Challenge Competition Setting As described on the website of the World Health Organization, a wildfire is an unplanned fire that burns in a natural area such as a forest, grassland, or prairie. Wildfires are often caused by human activity or a natural phenomenon such as lightning, and they can happen at any […]

TAMIDS Workshop on Network Science

On Thursday, April 13th, the TAMIDS Workshop on Network Science will bring together students and faculty at Texas A&M interested in both theoretical and applied aspects of network science and graph analysis. The workshop will include talks from faculty across several different departments on campus and will conclude with a poster session on student research projects.

TAMIDS Urban AI Lab-GeoSAT Talk: Michael Goodchild: Digital Twins, Digital Earth, and Ethics

Dr. Michael Goodchild will deliver a public talk at 930am-11am on April 20 (Thursday) titled “Digital Twins, Digital Earth, and Ethics” at Langford Adam’s Presentation Room (A212), as the inaugural talk for Center for Geospatial Sciences, Applications and Technology, in light of the coming decades of Merged Physical/Digital World. He is Member of National Academy of Sciences and is widely considered as the originator of the field of Geographic Information Science. He is also Fellow of the British Academy, Foreign Member of the Royal Society, Member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Foreign Fellow of Royal Society of Canada. He received the Vautrin Lud Prize, often referred to as the Nobel Prize in Geography