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South Big Data Hub Smart and Connected Cities Community Call

November 7th, 2016 / in Announcements, CCC / by Helen Wright

south big data hub logThe South Big Data Hub will have their third Smart and Connected Cities Community Call on Friday, November 11th from Noon-1:30 PM ET. 

The South Hub community calls are a place for members of the Hub to share their research and initiatives with the community, and to learn about regional and national initiatives in smart and connected cities. 

Speakers to include:

  • Charles Catlett: Argonne National Lab | Novel Urban Measurement and Data Analytics with Array of Things
  • Lakshmish Ramaswamy: The University of Georgia | Harnessing Citizen Science, Remote Sensing and Advanced Data Analytics for CyanoHABs monitoring.

You can join WebEx here. The meeting number (access code) is 643 270 675.

South Big Data Hub Smart and Connected Cities Community Call

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