DSRI Community Event – 7 April 2021

Updated on 25 Aug 2021 | Published on 05 Mar 2021

Are you doing data science work and want to use something more powerful than your laptop? Come learn about UM’s updated Data Science Research Infrastructure (DSRI) on Wednesday 7 April 2021, from 10:00 to 15:00 hrs (ONLINE).

 

 

In 2018, Maastricht University established the Data Science Research Infrastructure (DSRI) as a specialized computing infrastructure to support data science and artificial intelligence research and applications. DSRI is a scalable infrastructure to run Data Science experiments at Maastricht University based on OKD 4.6. It provides a graphical user interface for running and managing services. At this event, participants will learn about the DSRI vision, progress and plans, and what research is currently being done using DSRI. They will also learn how to get started and have the opportunity to provide feedback to the DSRI team, which is composed of members from IDS and ICTS. Learn more about DSRI at our website

Registration for the event click here.

We would also like to request you to propose interesting topics related to DSRI which you would like to hear from us on that day.

Finally we humbly request you to forward this invitation to your UM colleagues who might be interested in using DSRI.

Please note: For participation in the workshops, a UM email-address is required (@maastrichtuniversity.nl or @student.maastrichtuniversity.nl)

 

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