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Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Informatics (IGPI) Graduates

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Informatics

N500 CPHB
145 North Riverside Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-384-1197
igpi@uiowa.edu

Climate change hurting your feelings?

Weather and user emotion correlated in new visualization tool.
NSF-funded supercomputers at University of Nebraska-Lincoln drive analytical tool.
Predictive power could yield useful results for scientists, citizens, and city planners.

Exascale Computing Initiative Report Accepted by ASCAC

The exascale computing initiative (ECI) report submitted to Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee (ASCAC) by sub-committee chair Vice-President for Research at UI Prof. Dan Reed was accepted by the committee.
Exascale applications respond to DOE/NNSA missions in discovery, design, and national security

UI Among Top 8 Universities in Big Data Education

Top 8 universities in the forefront in big data education
8 universities driving big data education

News

June 15, 2017

Congratulations 2016-2017 Graduates!

 

Fall 2016

 

Certificates

Cody Hodson - Geoinformatics

Yue Hu - Information Science

Haowen Xu - Geoinformatics

 

Masters

Anh Ngo - Health Informatics

Gen Shinozaki - Bioinformatics

Luiza Superti Pantoja - Information Science

 

Spring 2017

 

Masters

Timothy Dunham - Health Informatics

James Madden - Geoinformatics

Mahesh Sasidharan - Information Science

May 18, 2017

 

IGPI:7600/BIOS:7600 - Advanced Biostatistics Seminar

Instructor: Grant Brown

Current topics; supervised experience in reading and interpreting biostatistical literature. Offered spring semesters.

 

GEOG:1050 - Foundations of GIS

Instructor: Caglar Koylu

Introduction to concepts and methods associated with geographical information systems (GIS) technology; remote sensing, map making, data collection, and application of GIS to real-world problem solving.

 

GEOG:4580 - Introduction to Geographic Databases

April 18, 2017

Today's UI College of Engineering Featured News on the Web (www.engineering.uiowa.edu) showcases University of Iowa Engineering  graduate student in chemical and biochemical engineering Negin Sobhani, who received
First Place Student Oral Presentation for the Third Symposium on High Performance Computing for Weather, Water, and Climate in January in Seattle, WA.