UvA Data Science Day
To mark the launch of the Data Science Centre DSC and celebrate all the data-driven research done at the UvA, the DSC is hosting a Data Science Day. This will include workshops, pitch presentations and a keynote from Suzy Moat, Professor of Behavioural Science and Co-director, Data Science Lab at Warwick Business School. The morning workshops will take place at the Allard Pierson Museum and the afternoon will be livestreamed.
The hope is for this session to take place in person at the Allard Pierson Museum.
9:00-13:00: Interactive Workshops
Two workshops will showcase the latest research being enhanced by data science across the UvA. The workshops are open to all UvA PhD students and employees. Lunch will be included. These will be ticketed events so watch out for more news soon to join us.
This session will take place virtually.
13:15-13:30: Introduction to Data Science Day
By Paul Groth, Scientific Director of the DSC
13:30-13:45: How the UvA supports data research
Highlights on how the UvA already supports data science activities and how you can implement this in your research.
By Max Haring, Head of Library Academic Support, University Library
13:45-15:15: Pitch presentations
Colleagues from across the UvA will showcase the work they are doing with the help of data science.
Understanding beautiful places and wellbeing with AI
By Suzy Moat, Professor of Behavioural Science and Co-director, Data Science Lab at Warwick Business School