University of Arkansas News: “A $20 million grant to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s Division of Science and Technology, in partnership with the University of Arkansas and eight other colleges and universities, will build a high-performance computing network for data analytics and bring together scientists and engineers from across the state to focus on data analytics. The five-year grant, from the National Science Foundation’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), will be matched by $4 million from the state. With it, researchers will establish a program titled “Data Analytics That Are Robust and Trusted,” or DART. ”
SiDi had the opportunity to participate in and contribute to the proposal development. More than 30 scientists from the U of A will focus on three major areas of data science: 1) managing data sets that are too big or complex for traditional hardware and software, 2) insuring security and privacy of that data, and 3) developing machine learning and artificial intelligence models that better inform decisions and give insight into the underlying process. In this program, we will work with other research scientists to focus on one project that aims at developing new approaches to the design of market systems with a particular emphasis on the design of marketing strategies with fairness. See the full media coverage HERE.