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Updates on CoDA 2016

Here we announce a new CoDA 2016 optional session on careers in data science at the national labs and the recently published special issue of Statistical Analysis and Data Mining featuring work presented at CoDA 2014. There's also a Sandra Bullock sighting!

Previous issue:
CoDA 2018: Final week to register!
CoDA 2018: Abstracts and Hotel Bookings Due
CoDA 2018: Call for Posters
CoDA 2018: Hotel and Deadlines
CoDA 2018: Prizes, Papers, and Proposals
CoDA 2018 Invitation and Call for Posters (take 2)
CoDA 2018 Invitation and Call for Posters
CoDA 2016: The reminder edition
CoDA 2016: Solstice edition
CoDA 2016: Here's the latest

New session: Data-centric career opportunities at a national laboratory

We're pleased to have John Sarrao, Los Alamos National Laboratory's Associate Laboratory Director for Theory, Simulation, and Computation, lead an interactive discussion on career opportunities at the DOE national labs and how they compare and contrast with similar opportunities in industry and academia. This optional session will be held during lunch on the final day of CoDA:

Friday, March 4, 2016
12:30-1:30 p.m.

CoDA 2014 special issue now live

The latest issue of the American Statistical Association's data science journal Statistical Analysis and Data Mining features work presented at CoDA 2014. Here are links to that issue and the CoDA 2012 special issue:
  • CoDA 2014 special issue: Statistical Analysis and Data Mining, Volume 8, Issue 5-6, 2015.
  • CoDA 2012 special issue: Technometrics, Volume 55, Issue 4, 2013.
For CoDA 2016 we'll have another special issue of Statistical Analysis and Data Mining. All poster presenters and speakers are invited to submit a manuscript for consideration by June 13, 2016. More details will be available during and after the conference.

Call for posters

We invite you to present your data-focused work at the poster session of the third Conference on Data Analysis, CoDA 2016. The CoDA 2016 invited program explores six themes:
  • Really Expensive Data
  • Power Grid Data
  • Multisource Data
  • Cybersecurity
  • Subsurface Modeling
  • Data Analysis at Exascale
We welcome posters on these and other data-driven topics. Register for CoDA to submit your poster abstract by February 3, 2016.

Students: The American Statistical Association's Section on Statistics in Defense and National Security will sponsor a poster prize for full-time students.

And for those of you who were at CoDA 2014...

...data analysis and Sandra Bullock really do go together!

FiveThirtyEight: The Three Types Of Sandra Bullock Movies

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