Video available from MIDAS Research Forum

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Video is now available from the MIDAS Research Forum held Dec. 1 in the Michigan League at http://myumi.ch/6vA3V

The forum featured U-M students and faculty showcasing their data science research; a workshop on how to work with industry; presentations from student groups; and a summary of the data science consulting and infrastructure services available to the U-M research community.

NOTE: The keynote presentation from Christopher Rozell of the Georgia Institute of Technology will be available in the near future.

Data Science for Music Challenge Initiative RFP released

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The Data Science for Music Challenge Initiative will award four, one-year  grants of up to $75,000 each for research projects at the intersection of music and data science.

A two-page letter of intent is due on January 19, 2018.

Project principal investigators and co-principal investigators must be faculty members at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus. Multi-disciplinary teams are encouraged to apply. An individual may participate as PI/co-PI on only one full proposal.

For more details, visit midas.umich.edu/music. To view the RFP, visit midas.umich.edu/rfp, or download directly.

For questions, please contact Jing Liu, MIDAS senior scientist, ljing@umich.edu, 734-764-2750