UCEN - Lobero Room

University Center

University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
United States

Lobero Room

Tuesday, July 19

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  • Beginner

    Designing a new application from scratch is a daunting task. There are thousands of decisions to be made about business rules, workflows, and layouts, all in coordination with stakeholders ranging from clients to developers. An Agile project management approach emphasizing communication and iterative planning can make decision making manageable, yield effective and cohesive designs, and even help to deliver on time.

    We will explore techniques that our team has successfully employed, using a recent software development project—

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  • Beginner

    When faced with solving a new problem, we often need to decide between buying or building the solution. Sometimes a third option is available - borrow. 

    In this session we will share our journey in delivering an appointment scheduling system to our campus’ undergraduate advising offices. After extensive campus conversations with stakeholders, including governance voting, it was decided that we would build a custom system. However, a third and unusual option emerged during our pre-development research: borrow.—

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  • Intermediate

    There is no recording for this session. The presenters have opted to provide the slides for attendees. These can be downloaded below in the Session Files section - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee

    The battle to make research computing more accessible and secure, while extremely engaging, remains complex. This talk will focus on some of the cutting edge containerized research computing implementations that UCSF has designed, attempted to expand, and used at the Center for Digital Health Innovation—

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  • Advanced

    As global technology advances further into the digital age, it is imperative we continue to identify means to exploit the massive potential of data. Through the application of innovative artificial intelligent techniques on data, decision makers are now empowered to take advantage of the hidden potential of data. An objective of my presentation would be to inspire those in the technological world to reimagine the depth and breadth of the data we collect.

    More specifically, I would like to—

Wednesday, July 20

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  • Beginner

    Over the past two years, with input and vision from researchers building high-performance systems such as the Pacific Research Platform (PRP), we have built out a hybrid cloud/on-premises environment for student Data Science and Machine Learning, supporting both coursework and student-focused independent study research.  The system is now used by 1300 students per quarter across multiple departments and disciplines, from Engineering, to Cognitive Science, to Visual Arts.   We will share technical and non-technical lessons learned in the—

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  • Beginner

    This session will review how our health organization helps to engage our high profile patients by providing a mobile application to give these members a quick way to communicate with our Care Connect team.  This application allows these patients to:

    + Activate a call to a dedicated line

    + Mobile chat a team member during a specified time window

    + Request an appointment

    + Connect to the MyChart patient portal

    + Receive exclusive insights, announcements, and private—

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