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Wegmans Hall

Home to the Goergen Institute for Data Science, Wegmans Hall will serve as a University-wide hub for faculty, students, and staff to conduct interdisciplinary research and studies in data science. 

250 Hutchison Rd, Rochester, NY 14620

Place Type

River Campus

Upcoming Events

**CANCELLED** Distinguished Research Seminar in Data Science:  Jack Gallant

***This talk has been cancelled and will be rescheduled*** Goergen Institute for Data Science welcomes distinguished lecturer Jack Gallant. This seminar is...

Friday, April 19 10:00am
Monthly CIRC Symposium

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium (known as the CIRC Symposium), where faculty, staff,...

Friday, April 19 11:30am
Gollin Film Festival 2019

Named in honor of Richard Gollin, Professor Emeritus of English and founder of the Film and Media Studies (FMS) Program, the annual festival gives University...

Thursday, April 25 6:00pm
PhD Thesis Defense: Linfeng Song

Tackling Graphical NLP problems with Graph Recurrent Networks How to properly model graphs is a long-existing and important problem in natural language...

Monday, April 29 9:30am

Recent Events

ROC Data Science Meetup

Thursday, March 28, 2019

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SHIREEN BHULLAR left a positive review Thursday, February 28, 2019



SAHARSADAT HAJISEYEDNASIR left a positive review Friday, October 19, 2018

It was totally helpful.


SEGEV BENZVI left a positive review Friday, October 5, 2018

He was a good speaker and provided a nice skeptical vision of the future of computer security.

One unstated message in his talk was that embedding networked computers in all consumer electronics and household devices is a fait accompli. It's happening and no one can do anything about it. I found this to be an odd point of view, since it seems clear that a large fraction of the buying public prefers "dumb" devices. This implies that the move toward networking is driven by marketing hype (and the need for manufacturers to push these products). If his solution into the security problem is government intervention, why not just ban networked electronics?


ANNA EMENHEISER left a review Monday, July 2, 2018

While some of the information was relevant, the speaker was very verbose and did not always make clear connections between the jargon and technical terms and how it could be applied to our experiences as undergraduates


ANNA EMENHEISER left a review Monday, June 18, 2018

Wasn't very helpful for students who do not attend U of R. It was very specific to those programs and didn't have any applicable information for people who aren't sure if they want to get involved with entrepreneurship


XIAOYU WAN left a positive review Wednesday, June 13, 2018

I like how Dr. Xu combine the vivid examples with the theoretical and methodological aspects of the research. It is very structured and coherent!!


XIAOYU WAN left a positive review Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Great seminar! I like the structure of the presentation and the interactions between the speaker and the audiences!


TYLER CALHOUN left a positive review Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Very informative!


SULTAN SABHA left a positive review Tuesday, June 5, 2018