MDI Student Research Showcase Summer 2024

On August 1st, 2024, the Massive Data Institute of the McCourt School of Public Policy will host MDI Summer Research Showcase. MDI Students will present their research in the Healey Family Student Center Herman Room at Georgetown University from 1:30-2:30 pm, followed by a reception.

The event begins with formal remarks, followed by student project teams presenting “flash talks” — a 2-minute summary of their research. After the flash talks, MDI Scholars project teams will present their research posters.

Transportation: Georgetown University is accessible for faculty, staff, students and visitors through many convenient transportation options, including our free university shuttle, public transportation, bicycling, carsharing and other means. Learn more about transportation options here. 
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Taxi / Ridesharing: The recommended drop-off location is at the front gates of campus. Please inform your driver that your destination is Georgetown University or use the address 3700 O St. NW, Washington, DC 20057. Additional information on taxi / ride sharing is available here

Visitor Parking: If you decide to drive to campus, please note there is construction happening on campus on the north side of campus. Visitor parking is available at Southwest Garage (Use 3611 Canal Road as the address for directions using GPS). Additional information on visitor parking is available here.

About the MDI Scholars Program: The MDI Scholars program is an experiential learning opportunity for undergraduate and Master’s students to work on interdisciplinary research projects with professors and practitioners. These projects connect new forms of data and/or large-scale computing infrastructure to different public policy questions.

About the Massive Data Institute (MDI): MDI is an interdisciplinary research institute that connects experts across computer science, data science, public health, public policy, and social science to tackle societal scale issues and impact public policy in a way that improves people’s lives through responsible evidence-based research.