The Midwest Big Data Innovation Hub (MBDH) is a growing network of partners investing in data and data sciences to address grand challenges for society and science. Anyone is welcome to join these efforts. Announcements on new opportunities are listed below and additional activities are listed on our Upcoming Events page.

Upcoming Webinars:

  • Water Data Forum webinar series
    January 19, 1pm CT
    Moderator: Rebekah Eggers, IBM Global Markets
    Topic: Smart Water for the Smart Home

  • Open Storage Network webinar series
    January 21, 2021, 11am CT
    Presenters: OSN leadership
    Presentation title: “OSN Outcomes Update”

  • Trusted CI Webinar Series
    January 25, 10am CT
    Presenter(s): TBD
    Presentation title: “SciTokens”

  • Midwest Carpentries Community monthly call
    January 25, 11am CT

  • MIDAS Seminar Series
    January 25, 3:00-4:00pm CT
    Presenter: Timnit Gebru
    Presentation title: “Computer Vision: Who is Helped and Who is Harmed?”
    Details | Livestream

  • BD Hubs Cyberinfrastructure Working Group webinar series
    February 5, 2pm CT
    Presenter: TBD
    Presentation title: TBD
    Details | Livestream

  • Science Gateways Community Institute webinar series
    February 10, 12pm CT
    Presenter(s): Sandra Gesing, Notre Dame
    Presentation title: PresQT—How to achieve FAIRness in your gateway

  • COVID Info Commons research lightning talks series
    February 10, 2pm CT
    Seven presenters from across the country


  • COVID Information Commons
    Monthly research lightning talks webinar series

  • Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS)
    Winter 2021 webinar series schedule

Upcoming Events:

  • First Midwestern Consortium for Computational Pathology (MCCP) Workshop
    January 26-28, 11:00am – 3:15pm CT
    Details and registration

  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) workshop:
    January 26, 9:00am – 2:30pm CT
    Challenges for Digital Proximity Detection in Pandemics: Privacy, Accuracy, and Impact

See other upcoming MBDH events here.