Workshop Overview

Monday through Friday, June 3 – 14, 2019; 1-4 pm (room available until 5 pm)
Location: Temple University Main Campus (Room To Be Determined)
Cost: $300 per student

Who is invited:

  • Primarily graduate students completing their first year and beginning research
  • More senior graduate students looking to improve their knowledge
  • Advanced undergraduates
  • Active researchers looking to improve their computing skills

What attendees can expect:

  • Breadth of knowledge in computing and statistics
  • Practice in the topics covered
  • Lecture notes as a central reference
  • Exposure to advanced and current topics
  • Connections to other students
  • Exposure to other disciplines
  • A certificate showing satisfactory performance/participation

Motivations:

  • Provide graduate students with a broad overview of common tools and practices.
  • Get graduate students from across CST to meet, build interdisciplinary awareness and foster potential future collaborations.
  • Save PIs time by removing the need to independently train each new graduate student.

The certificate serves as a resume item and proof of a “passing” level of involvement in the workshop.


For a detailed description of the workshop, please see https://sites.temple.edu/compstat/program-details/

For a tentative schedule for the workshop, please see
https://sites.temple.edu/compstat/workshop-schedule/

To apply to attend the workshop, please see
https://sites.temple.edu/compstat/application/


For additional help or questions, please email matthew.newby [at] temple.edu