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CADRE cultivates problem solving and data techniques in free virtual conference

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The Coalition for Advancing Digital Research and Education organization, or CADRE for short, is hosting a virtual conference this Wednesday 14 - Friday 16, with the goals of sharing “cutting edge data driven research tools and techniques for purposes of discussion and education,” within a diverse group of individuals. 

From research from all levels of students and staff, to information from groups ranging from government, corporate, or academic, all types of participants are encouraged to take part in this educational and networking event. 

According to the CADRE website, the main focus of the conference is “the changing future of data and research: cross-disciplinary problem solving.” 

On Wednesday, the day is to start off at 10 a.m. with a Welcome and Opening presentation by the Dean of OSU Libraries, Sheila Johnson, and Vice President of Research, Kenneth Sewell. It will be followed with lectures and workshops led by different working professionals who have valuable input in the world of research and education.

The next two days are similarly organized, as online lectures and discussions will be happening starting at 10 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m. with breaks in between. 

After the numerous speakers, Friday will end with a brief closing ceremony that wraps up the conference and recognizes a few select students for Award Recognition. 

Sponsors of this conference include Advanced Clustering Technologies inc., Dell Technologies and OneNet. 

If you are interested in attending this free virtual conference, head to