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The DTC sponsors and cosponsors seminars and
symposia on all areas of digital technology throughout the year.
Seminars, which often are hosted weekly at the DTC, are presentations on
a specific topic by a scientist or engineer from the University of Minnesota,
other academic institutions, government, or industry. Several times a year
the DTC hosts its Science and Technology Innovators Seminar Series which
features nationally and internationally known speaker making a presentation
on a topic of broad interest.
Symposia, workshops, and conferences sponsored by the DTC usually involve a number of scientific presentations on a topic area in the digital technologies. These events often take place over a number of days.
Fighting Covid 19 with Deep Graphs
Prof. George Karypis with PhD students Vasileios Ioannidis (ECE) and Saurav Manchanda (CSci) from the DTC at the University of Minnesota, a team of scientists from the Ohio State University, Hunan University, and Amazon’s AWS AI labs in Shanghai and Palo Alto have created the Drug Repurposing Knowledge Graph (DRKG) and a set of machine learning tools that can be used to prioritize drugs for repurposing studies. More on Fighting Covid 19
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