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SHI Webinar Series – Using Python to Enhance Your Research Productivity

Join the SHI Webinar Series and our guest presenter Blake Lohn-Wiley for our two-part technical Webinar “Using Python to Enhance Your Research Productivity”! Read on for more information and registration!

 


About our Webinar:

What: Using Python to Enhance Your Research Productivity – A two part series webinar presented by our guest speaker Blake Lohn-Wiley.

When: This webinar is a two part series on Python. Below are the dates and times for both parts.

                 Part 1: Python IntroductionFriday, February 2nd, 2018 from 3:00 pm – 4:oo pm CST 

                 **Watch Part I – Python Introductions here!

                Part 2: Python ApplicationsFriday, February 9th, 2018 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm CST

Part 2 has been RESCHEDULED to Friday, Feb. 16th, from 3:00 – 4:00 PM CST due to speaker illness. Sorry for any inconvenience!

*Note: You do NOT have to attend both parts in order to participate.

Where: Our live webinar will be held via Zoom meetings. Additional instructions for using this platform will be sent to registrants prior to the webinar.

 

You can register for one or both of our February webinars at this link:

https://goo.gl/forms/AdhKoa5uhgMtE8wk1


About our Speaker: 

Blake Lohn-Wiley earned an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a B.S. in Mathematics. He enjoys pursing knowledge and gaining expertise in areas related to applied mathematics. His previous areas of research include: Aeronautical Modeling, Bayesian Statistics, Bioinformatics, Graph Databases, Particle Shape Analysis and High-Performance Computers. His current areas of research include: Cyber Security, Data Science, Programming and Software Development. Lohn-Wiley is currently working at Secure Set Academy as the Laboratory Systems Administrator. He is currently researching ways that machine learning algorithms can be used for detecting a comprised computer network.

 

 

More information will be sent out in the following weeks. If you have any questions, please direct them to the SHI Webinar Committee (info@shinstitute.org)