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Roundtable on Data Science Postsecondary Education Meeting #10:

Improving Coordination Between Academia and Industry

March 29, 2019



The Arnold & Mabel Beckman Center
Huntington Room
100 Academy Dr.
Irvine, CA 92617

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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine conducted a one-day meeting and webcast on "Improving Coordination Between Academia and Industry" on March, 29 2019 in Irvine, California. The meeting brought together data scientists and educators in academia, government, and industry to 1) discuss common challenges in establishing, maintaining, and evolving partnerships between academia and industry in data science education, including issues in data sharing, intellectual property, and confidentiality, and 2) learn about ongoing programs and partnerships at universities and research groups around the U.S.

 

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Friday, March 29 Improving Coordination between Academia and Industry


8:15 AM Breakfast is available
BEGIN WEBCAST

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9:00 AM1 Welcome and introduction to the day
Eric Kolaczyk, Boston University
Kathy McKeown, Columbia University 


9:05 AM Overview of academia-industry partnerships
Lise Getoor, University of California, Santa Cruz

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9:15 AM Mechanisms for Engaging and Fostering Industry Partnerships
Rebecca Nugent & Adam Causgrove, Carnegie Mellon University
Mehran Sahami, Stanford University
Mike Franklin, University of Chicago and formerly UC Berkeley AMP lab

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10:45 AM Break


11:00 AM National Perspectives on Academia-Industry Coordination
Ben Zorn, Microsoft and leader of CCC interim report on “Evolving Academia/Industry
Relations in Computing Research”
Chaitan Baru, University California San Diego
Rachel Levy, Mathematical Association of America

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12:15 PM Lunch


1:00 PM A New Model for Industry-Academic Partnerships
Gary King, Harvard University (remote)

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1:25 PM Industry Activities and Experiences from Academic Partnerships
Mark Tygert and Mike Willardson, Facebook
Mary Ellen Sullivan, Massmutual
Peter Norvig, Google
Daniel Marcu, Amazon

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3:05 PM Break


3:15 PM Group discussion of afternoon presentations
END WEBCAST

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3:45 PM Begin breakout group discussions and responses to questionnaire


4:30 PM Report back of breakout group discussions and closing


4:45 PM Adjourn meeting