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2nd Annual Symposium: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at OU

Sept. 25-27, 2019

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Symposium 2019

Sept. 25-27, 2019
Oklahoma Memorial Union 
University of Oklahoma
900 Asp Ave, Norman, OK 73019

Presented By: Gallogly College of Engineering, Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences, Price College of Business and the OU Health Sciences Center

We welcome participation from faculty, researchers, staff, students and corporate representatives.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning comprise a large set of computational techniques for autonomous prediction and decision making, and for using data to automatically construct models that make these possible. In the last several years, the confluence of standardized tools and high-powered computational hardware have made the process of constructing new models, even from large data sets, possible for many science/engineering laboratories and organizations. This convergence is fundamentally changing the way that science and engineering are done in many domains.

The goal of this symposium is to bring together AI/ML scientists and practitioners, high-performance computing experts, domain scientists and engineers from the OU campuses, and corporate partners to discuss:

  1. current and new AI/ML tools and their use in solving research and applied problems, and 
  2. new opportunities for collaboration. 

Registration is now closed

If you need additional information for Industry Day or you are a corporation and have not yet registered your team, please reach out to Stephanie Buettner, Director of Development, at or call (405) 325-1957.

Schedule Outline

Wed, Sept. 25: Tutorials

Thurs, Sept. 26: Industry Day

Confirmed Speakers:

Fri, Sept. 27: Research Day

  • Research Talks: methods and applications to research
  • Poster session
  • Panel: Current Capabilities and Resource Needs
  • New Project Brainstorming Panels
    • Weather and Climate: Professor Amy McGovern
    • and more coming