Precision Convergence Webinar Series

The Precision Convergence Webinar Series is co-hosted by The McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health and Economics (MCCHE) at McGill University and The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Centera joint computational research center between Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh.

Precision convergence (PC) expands upon precision medicine to the many facets of precision targeting embedded in modern society, be these targeting the person’s behavior, product/service design, professional practices, manufacturing processes, investment, system design, or policy. We propose precision convergence (PC) as an approach to science and action to tap into the power of human and machine intelligence, creativity and empathy for transformation at scale.  The precision convergence series catalyzes unique synergy between novel partnerships across sciences, sectors and jurisdictions around targeted domains of real-world solutions and a next generation convergence of AI with advanced research computing and other data and digital architectures.


Upcoming Webinars


Viktor Jirsa HeadshotOn the Understanding of Behaviour as a Guide to Understand the Brain: Advances in Multiscale Coordination Dynamic

Presented by Dr. Viktor Jirsa

September 20th, 2022


Tom Griffiths Headshot Scaling up experimental psychology: From experiments to algorithms

Presented by Tom Griffiths

October 26th, 2022


Past Webinars


Dr. Lauren N. RossDistinctions Among Causation in Neuroscience and Biology: A Theoretical Framework to Support Smart Sciences for Real-World Transformation

Presented by Dr. Lauren N. Ross

June 23, 2022


Dr. Satrajit GhoshLeveraging brain research to change scientific culture, education, and infrastructure

Presented by Dr. Satrajit Ghosh

May 24, 2022


Karl FristonSelf Evidencing For Individual and Collective Agency

Presented by Dr. Karl Friston

May 4, 2022


Dr. Dhabaleswar K. (DK) PandaScalable Distributed Deep/Machine Learning: Challenges and Opportunities in Handling Societal Problems

Presented by Dr. Dhabaleswar K. (DK) Panda

April 7, 2022


Dr. Constantine SedikidesThe Homeostatic Model of Identity Protection

Presented by Dr. Constantine Sedikides

March 1, 2022

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Dr. Madhav MaratheContagion science over multiplex networks: The role of AI and computing

Presented by Dr. Madhav Marathe

February 16, 2022


Dr. Daniel L. Schacter

Adaptive Constructive Processes in Memory, Imagination, and Creativity

Presented by Dr. Daniel L. Schacter

January 19, 2022

 


Dr. Scott KelsoUnderstanding Complex Systems for Real-World Transformation: Multiscale Coordination Dynamics

Presented by Dr. Scott Kelso

December 14, 2021


Daniel S. KatzTowards Sustainable Research Software

Presented by Dr. Daniel S. Katz

December 2, 2021


Dr. Harris LewinThe Earth BioGenome Project: Convergence Science at the Nexus of the Global Biodiversity and Climate Crises

Presented by Dr. Harris Lewin

November 16, 2021


Jonathan SilversteinConvergence at scale among health care, data, and open science: Can secure, liquid, data drive precise decision-making and practice?

Presented by Dr. Jonathan Silverstein

October 27, 2021


Gary GereffiHow Do We Build Supply-Chain Resilience? The Case of COVID-19 Medical Supplies

Presented by Dr. Gary Gereffi

October 6, 2021


Dr. Paul P. MaglioShaping Education Priorities of the Future: A proposal based on Convergence and Complexity

Presented by Dr. Paul P. Maglio

September 22, 2021


Dr. Roy BaumeisterLinking Brain to Society for Adaptive Real-World Behavior: The Self, Consciousness, and the Limits on Free Will

Presented by Dr. Roy Baumeister

August 24, 2021


A Model for Advanced Computing in Crisis Response

Presented by Dr. John Towns and Dr. Jim Brase

August 2, 2021


Laurette Dubé and Shawn BrownInventing a Precision Science for a World Reset on Convergence Economy

Presented by series Co-Chairs Laurette Dubé and Shawn Brown

Professor Laurette Dubé is Founding Chair and Scientific Director of the McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health Economics (MCCHE), and Shawn Brown is Vice Chancellor for Research Computing and the Director of Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center at the Carnegie Mellon University/University of Pittsburgh

June 7, 2021


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