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About CoDEx

Computing and Data Exchange (CoDEx) is a research symposium hosted by Northwestern Information Technology and sponsored by the Office of the Provost.

This all-day, campus-wide event is designed to showcase computational and data-enabled research at Northwestern and strengthen the computational research community. Program highlights include parallel sessions, lightning talks, workshops, a poster competition, and a visualization challenge.

Who Should Attend?

All Northwestern University faculty, postdocs, researchers, students, and staff interested in computational and data-enabled research are invited to attend.

What You Gain From Attending

  • Hear from faculty and students about computational and data-intensive research projects that are being explored at Northwestern.
  • Discover solutions and discuss challenges the Northwestern research community faces in computation, data science, AI or machine learning, and other data-enabled research.
  • Learn about the support and services available to you.
  • Engage with other computational and data-intensive researchers across both Evanston and Chicago campuses.

Closing Reception

At the conclusion of the symposium, registered attendees are invited to enjoy light refreshments from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Louis Lobby in Norris University Center. Plan to join us, engage with colleagues, and continue conversations on research and collaborations.


Thank you to our sponsors. 

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Land Acknowledgement

1-nw-purple-logo-for-screens-265x265.pngIn the spirit of honor, healing, and justice, we acknowledge that Northwestern University sits on the original homelands of the Council of Three Fires, the Potawatomi, Odawa, and Ojibwe Tribes, and continues to be home to diverse Native communities.