Share. Learn. Build.

Hosted by Stanford Graduate School of Business

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Knight Management Center

About the Rally

The Social Data Research Rally is a half-day conference and networking event with a focus on Stanford professionals working with research data.


CONNECT ACROSS CAMPUS

Connect with like-minded colleagues across Stanford tackling similar challenges.

SHARE SKILLS

Share that new Python text-processing library. Show how you can build interactive Qualtrics surveys. Present your secrets to IRB management.

FIND COLLABORATORS

Why reinvent the wheel when we can built a better wheel together? Find ways to collaborate on big problems.



LEARN BEST PRACTICES

What's the best way to set up a database on the Stanford servers? How do you negotiate a data sharing agreement with a company? How do you set up a secure server in the cloud? Come learn and share best practices.

MANAGE RESOURCES

Do you have a subject pool? A collection of big data sets? A code repository? Explore possibilities for shared management of resources.

INSPIRE EACH OTHER

Stanford is full of enthusiastic people working on interesting problems and dreaming up incredible solutions. Come and get inspired!

Agenda

Featured Speaker


Moshen Bayati

Associate Professor of Operations, Information & Technology, Graduate School of Business

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (by courtesy), School of Engineering

Mohsen Bayati teaches Stanford MBA students how to analyze real-world situations where significant competitive advantage can be obtained through large-scale data analysis, with special attention to what can be done with the data and where the potential pitfalls lie. His research includes predicting accurate wait times at hospitals, measuring the impact of how hospitals report information and using big data for personalized medicine.



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