Yinfeng Qin is an M.S. student in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. He worked at The Bill Lane Center for the American West as a research assistant in building software for data collection, data processing and designing visualizations. Before Stanford, Yinfeng received B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Tsinghua University with an emphasis on pattern recognition and machine learning. He also has relevant experiences with NetEase, Microsoft Research Asia and Amazon.com, and will start as an engineer at Google in summer 2011.
Please join us for the fifth in a series of computational social science conferences. This conference will present the geospatial side of computational social science. Our series of speakers will join us from eBay, AirBnB, Facebook, and Google, among many others, and the event will conclude with a roundtable discussing visions for future spatial research collaboration.
Fourth Annual Conference on the Economic and Fiscal Health of Western North America
The North American West is among the world's most dynamic regions. It has been a source of innovation and growth and can be an engine of economic recovery. We hope you can join us for this special gathering of scholars, policymakers, investors, and business people in a vibrant conversation about the economic and fiscal prospects of the western United States, western Canada, and Mexico.