Tech Everywhere 2020 Episode 4: Data and Computation in Astronomy

Progress in modern astronomy is increasingly driven by the availability of massive amounts of data. In this talk, we will explore the toolset of computational techniques being used by scientists to uncover a wide variety of astrophysical phenomena— including galaxies, pulsars, and black hole mergers.

Oct 5, 2020, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

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Progress in modern astronomy is increasingly driven by the availability of massive amounts of data. In this talk, we will explore the toolset of computational techniques being used by scientists to uncover a wide variety of astrophysical phenomena— including galaxies, pulsars, and black hole mergers.

Organizers

  • REGINE MAE SISON

    Google Developer Student Clubs Loyola

    GDSC Lead

  • AGATHA GUTIERREZ

    Chief Executive Officer

  • GABRIELLE ANNE UY

    Chief Communications Officer

  • Laurent Pagunsan-Tagle

    Chief Human Resources Officer

  • MIKKI GABRIELLE BOADO

    Chief Operations Officer

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