In partnership with Sapiens Data Science, on 3/27/2019, in San Diego, CA:
will address the CTO Colloquium with presentations on:
Computation in the 21st Century
Integrating Clinical Metadata and Genomics to Help Individuals Measure, Protect, and Improve Their Health at the Speed of Science
- 5:30pm to 6pm – Arrival Food & Drinks
- 6:00 to 6:30 pm – Fabio Traversa
- 6:30 to 7:00 pm – Speaker 2
- 7:00 to 8:00 pm – Kuan-Fu Ding
- 8pm Adjourn to closest Pub
On Computation in the 21st Century: Since the EDVAC realized by Von Neumann in 1947, computing architectures have evolved tremendously opening new horizons to both technology and economic advancement. The well established use of transistors and the shrinking of their channel size following Moore’s law for decades, has reached its limit and now we are entering in the “More than Moore” age.
On Integrating Clinical Metadata and Genomics to Help Individuals Measure, Protect, and Improve Their Health at the Speed of Science: You will learn how to identify disparate data sources and methods for integration, new opportunities and challenges for model development and validation, and proof of concept: using genomics to improve health assessment.
What is the CTO Colloquium?
The CTO Colloquium is a series of meetings held in various cities, at which specialists address Chief Technology Officers in presentations on relevant topics. Afterwards, they answer questions pertaining to these topics as well as take part in discussions with smaller groups of attendees.
Who is it for?
The meetings are exclusive to the head of all technology in a company, typically the CTO. We prefer to keep the meetings small in order to maximize engagement with the presenters and therefor we keep it invite-only.
Please contact us if you’re interested in attending future Colloquiums.