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331 * ! Tue, 7/30/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-709
Advances in the Analysis of Massive Space-Time Data Sets Using High Performance Computing — Topic Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics and the Environment, Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences
Organizer(s): Florian Gerber, Colorado School of Mines
Chair(s): Joseph Guinness, Cornell University
10:35 AM Implementing Spatial Statistical Methods for Massive Data
Dorit Hammerling, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Huang Huang, National Center for Atmospheric Research; Lewis Blake, Colorado School of Mines
10:55 AM Scalable Gapfilling in Spatio-Temporal Remote Sensing Data

Reinhard Furrer, University of Zurich
11:15 AM Detecting Changes in Precipitation Extremes at Their Native Scales Over the Contiguous United States

Mark Risser, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Christopher Paciorek, University of California; Michael Wehner, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Travis O'Brien, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; William Collins, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11:35 AM Nonstationary Spatial Data: Think Globally Act Locally

Douglas William Nychka, NCAR
11:55 AM GPU Accelerated Deep Learning for Climate and Weather

David Hall, NVIDIA
12:15 PM Floor Discussion