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Supporting Artificial Intelligence Workshops

GRAPHIC: Artificial Intelligence Workshop

UF is offering workshop support to encourage education related to data-enabled science and engineering and foster interdisciplinary growth among UF’s research community.

The Workshop Support program enables departments to host one to two day workshops in any area of data-enabled science and engineering and artificial intelligence (AI). Typical workshop activities include technical presentations, training seminars, or grant application planning. This program is not limited by discipline, and interdisciplinary workshops are highly encouraged.

UF has earmarked up to $25,000 annually, allowing for six to eight awards per year. Faculty and staff can request up to $3,500 and logistical support from the UF Informatics Institute (UFII), including access to the UFII Lecture Room, advertising, and catering arrangements. The program overview, submission deadlines, and workshop guidelines are all available online.

Any UF faculty and staff interested may discuss their proposal prior to submission with Dr. George Michailidis (352-294-3912,, director of the UF Informatics Institute.