July 29 to August 7, 2019
|The São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Learning from Data, supported by the São Paulo School of Advanced Science Program at FAPESP (http://espca.fapesp.br) and organized by Institute of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Sao Paulo (USP), will take place from July 29th to August 7th at USP, at its International Diffusion Center (“Centro de Difusão Internacional-CDI”). The School will offer, through ten advanced courses and invited talks, an integrated and in-depth view of fundamentals, technologies and applications in Data Science for researchers, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students. More specifically, the School will cover a set of topics that include: fundamentals of extracting information from data (i.e. machine learning and pattern recognition), fundamentals of databases and high-performance computing. Additional topics include applications of data science techniques to real problems in Astronomy, Economics, Genetics and Image Processing. The School will also have panels with top researchers and a session with lightning talks from the students.
Selection of Participants and Scholarships
The School will award 100 (one hundred) scholarships to selected students, who will receive support for transportation (to and from Sao Paulo), registration fees, lodging and meals throughout the event. The scholarships will not cover the cost of processing visas, or eventual vaccination procedures for traveling to Brazil. The selection of participants will be conducted by the School’s organizing and scientific committees.
If you are interested in applying to the São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Learning from Data, please fill the application form by April 24, 2019 available at: https://tinyurl.com/spsas-learning-from-data. We encourage applications from all over the world.
Candidates must be graduate students (master or doctoral levels), postdoctoral fellows and researchers who are already working on subjects related to Data Science. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of the English language. The selected students will be required to make short presentations of their research topics to all participants in a “One-minute lightning session” that will be part of the School’s schedule.
For any questions or doubts, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject “Sao Paulo Advanced School on Learning from Data – question”.