• From January 1, 2018

LaTex User Group Meeting

April 27, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Writing a thesis or dissertation? Interested in publishing? Formatting a resume? Just want to learn a new skill? Come check out the LaTeX user group! No experience required. Location: Goldstein Electronic Classroom (Room 114), Van Pelt Library To register, please visit this site

Virtual talk summary: Data collection is ubiquitous…and not always benign. It can feel creepy to get online prompts about what to eat, watch, do, or buy. And biases in computer code can skew data-driven decisions in ways that negatively impact individuals without their knowledge. But there’s good news, too. Penn researchers are harnessing huge data […]

PRESENTATION ABSTRACT Neurosymbolic programming (NSP) is an emerging area of computing that bridges the fields of deep learning and program synthesis. Like in classical machine learning, the goal here is to learn functions from data. However, these functions are represented as programs that use neural network modules as well as symbolic primitives and are induced using […]

Data Carpentries Workshop

From May 11, 2023 to May 12, 2023

The Carpentries is an international network of data scientists and technical specialists who provide training in a wide range of data skills including Python, R, data management, and much more. The two-day workshop (from 10am-3pm, with additional hang-out and Q&A until 5pm) will be taught by data specialists from academia and industry brought in for Penn […]