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Lecture | Seminar

Data Science seminar at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs

Date
5 February 2019
Time
Explanation
Followed by drinks and snacks at the Brasserie/Wijnhaven bar
Address
Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room
3.60

Registration

via this link.

The next location of the 'traveling' Data Science seminar is at The Hague! Facing important socio-cultural issues of the 21st century like climate change, terrorism and economic crises, requires a substantial and in-depth scientific knowledge. But this knowledge alone is often not enough. At the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs these themes are studied through a combined perspective of public administration, political science, law, sociology and economics. This interdisciplinary approach gives the Faculty’s research and teaching its cross-border character, such as at the Governance and Data Science Research Group.

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, of which the PhD candidates are also part of the Data Science Research Programme. 

The afternoon will be closed with drinks and snacks at the Brasserie/café at the Wijnhaven building. The seminar is open to everyone, so bring your colleagues!

Programme

15.00 Doors open

coffee, tea

 

15.30 Opening Erwin Muller Dean  

15.40 Lectures

Annelieke van den Berg PhD candidate

Data Science for Inclusive Citizen Participation

 

Sarah Giest
Assistant Professor

Challenges of data-driven evaluation of soft policy instruments: The poverty pass

 

Hugo de Vos
PhD candidate

Visualizing the Legislative Process at the Council of the European Union

 

Rik de Ruiter
Associate Professor

The erosion of national representative democracy in the European Union? Re-assessing the quality of representative democracy through analysing the intensity of scrutiny by national parliaments

17.20 Drinks

Brasserie Wijnhaven

 

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