Azure for Research Data Science Training at New York University’s CUSP

Azure for Research Data Science Training at New York University’s CUSP

New York University’s Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) in conjunction with Microsoft Research and Northeast Big Data hub is offering a free hands-on workshop on Microsoft Azure at CUSP in Brooklyn, NY, on Tuesday, Apr 11, 2017.

The workshop will familiarize researchers and data scientists with big data storage, machine learning and advanced analytics, cognitive intelligence, container and batch services. Instruction is hands-on; participants will spend most of the day working on proctored labs. Each attendee will receive an Azure Pass with a $500 Azure credit that can be used up to one month after the workshop.

FAQ

Who should attend?

Faculty, researchers, and students engaged in research with heavy use of data.

Are there prerequisites to this class?

No previous experience with Microsoft Azure or cloud computing is necessary; just a willingness to learn! See the available training modules at http://aka.ms/a4rdatasciencetrain

What should I bring?

A laptop that runs Linux, OS X, or Windows with your favorite browser installed.

Will there be lunch?

Yes!  Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided!

RSVP

The workshop is free to participate, but space is limited so please register to reserve your seat.

Regards,

Vani Mandava
Director, Data Science Outreach
Microsoft Research

Rene Baston
Executive Director
Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub

Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub

Constantine Kontokosta
Deputy Director, Academics & Asst. Professor, Urban Informatics
Center for Urban Science + Progress
New York University

New York University Center for Urban Science + Progress