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Lecture

Data Science seminar at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Date
7 December 2018
Time
Explanation
14.30: walk in; 17.00: drinks and snacks
Address
Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Room
1A20

The next location of the 'traveling' Data Science seminar is the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences! The shared essence of the Faculty’s teaching and research is that it is not pursued at some distance from society, but is instead closely and inextricably connected with it, precisely through the questions and subjects addressed. The Faculty has become a leading international centre for research and teaching in the social and behavioural sciences.

But what is the position of Data Science? In a series of short presentations a number of different perspectives will be provided by the speakers below, some of which are also part of the Data Science Research Programme. 

Prior to the seminar, as an additional programme, Anne Hafkemeijer will give a tour along the famous fMRI scanner at the LUMC. The tour is upon registration. If you are scheduled you will receive a confirmation at least one week in advance.

The afternoon will be closed with drinks and snacks at the café of the Pieter de la Court building. The seminar is open to everyone, so bring your colleagues!

REGISTRATION via this link

Programme

14.00-14.30 LUMC Anne Hafkemeijer,
MRI research coordinator and consultant
Optional, upon registration: Tour along fMRI scanner

14.30 
PdlC 1A20

DOORS OPEN Coffee, tea

15.00

Wessel Kraaij,
Director
Opening
15.10
 
Wouter van Loon,
PhD candidate
Selecting Views in Multi-View Learning
15.25 Daniela Gawehns,
PhD candidate
Measuring human movement and interaction from childhood to old age
15.40
 
Marjolein Fokkema, 
Assistant Professor
Statistical methods for clinical decision making: Trees and rules
16.00 BREAK  
16.20
 
Nees Jan van Eck, Researcher Large-scale visualization of science
16.40
 
Wout Lamers, 
PhD candidate
Variations in citation style and context across scientific fields
16.55 Café DRINKS AND SNACKS  

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