IoT for the Industrial Internet workshop defines key research questions
The NCDS recently held a NSF-sponsored community workshop to address the growing challenges and opportunities related to the IoT for the Industrial Internet. Hosted by Cisco Systems, Inc. at their San Jose, Calif. global headquarters, the workshop brought together thought leaders from industry, government, and academia with expertise in data science and the IoT in multiple business domains. Read More

 The Internet of Things and the future of farming
Steve Lohr, New York Times technology reporter and author of Data-ism, provided a keynote address at the recent NCDS IoT for the Industrial Internet workshop. Read his thoughts on the event and the future potential of the Internet of Things here.

Data Matters draws over 100 students to Chapel Hill
The week-long Data Matters Short Course Series co-sponsored by the National Consortium for Data Science (NCDS), the Odum Institute at UNC Chapel Hill, and RENCI recently wrapped up its second year of courses. The series, held in June, is steadily growing and features one and two-day courses on a range of data science topics. Read More

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Assessing the impact of data and software on science

NCDS Data Fellow Erjia Yan is working to address the problem of discovering and assessing the impact of data sets and software in research by identifying referencing patterns and designing hybrid metrics.

The National Consortium For Data Science (NCDS) is a collaboration of leaders in academia, industry and government formed to address the data challenges of the 21st Century.