BLOOMINGTON—The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced earlier this month it would award nearly $4 million of support for the Midwest Big Data Hub, one of four regional Big Data Hubs across the U.S. This is NSF’s second round of funding for The Midwest Big Data Hub (MBDH), a network of cross-sector partnerships working to manage the end-to-end life cycle of big data assets. The second MBDH phase includes funding that encourages creative answers to the region’s issues with an emphasis on seed funding for small start-up grants to pilot feasibility studies. Indiana University Bloomington will receive about $340,000 for its part in... Read More
Thursday, Jun 20th 2019 by Stephanie Hernandez McGavin
Wednesday, Jul 24th 2019 at 9:00 AM
Social Science Research Commons, Woodburn Hall 200
A three day intensive workshop on egocentric network analysis covering methodological, statistical, and practical issues, including lab instruction.
Indiana University and Washington University Researchers Awarded Prizes in Neuroimaging at Alzheimer's Association International Conference