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Program - Göttingen Data Science Summer School
Status: 20.7.2017
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Website: https://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/555483.html
Twitter: #DS3GOE
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Venue:
Hannah-Vogt-Saal, Alte Mensa, Wilhemsplatz
https://goo.gl/maps/NuLNPRyv5V82
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Day10.7.11.7.12.7.13.7.14.7.15.7.16.7.17.7.18.7.19.7.20.7.21.7.22.7.
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TimeIntroductionData life cycle and Data ManagementExcursion and exchangeData science methods IData science methods IISatSunInfrastructure and analyticsData science practical examples IData science practical examples IIEthics, security, privacy, legal aspectsPanels and ConclusionDeparture
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8:30 - 10:008:30-9:30 Registration 9:30-10:00 Welcome Vice President Prof. Dr. Casper-Hehne and OrganizersS01 Schwardmann:
"DataLifecycle"
ExcursionsS07 Kneib/Groll:
"Intro to linear models; Splines; Regularization (LASSO, Boosting) I"
S13 Terada:"Semi-supervised learning for functional data and its applications"S19 Kaklamonos & Köhler & End: "Hands-On: Git"S25 Sato:
"Indicators of sustainable tourism for development and their applications"
S31 Bonn/ Bethune: "Big data integration and inference in biomedicine"S37 Ilangovan/Dierkes: "Open Science as a key to Data Science"S44 Kawamura: "High Energy Physics Big Data and the ATLAS experiemnt with a hands-on tutorial"8:30 - 10:00
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10:00 - 10:30Coffee breakCoffee breakGroup PictureCoffee breakVideo testimonialsCoffee break10:00 - 10:30
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10:30 - 11:30Keynote: Prof. Dr. Hardi Peter "The role of data acquisition and processing in solar astronomy"S02/S03 Brase:
Citation and publishing of data: "The story of DataCite"
S08 Ohzeki:
"Sparse modeling: a revolution on various measurements"
S14 Erasmi: "Spatial information systems"S20 Yahyapour:
"Overview of Infrastructures & Tools, Introduction to infrastructures for data analysis, and common openly available tools"
S26 Obayashi: "Biological data analysis"S32 Grabowski/ Herbold:
"Data Science in Software Engineering I"
S38 Hansch: "Anonymization of sensitive data" S45 Astor: "Hands-on: The VAT-System – A tool to explore and visualize biodiversity data"10:30 - 11:30
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11:30 - 12:30Dierkes/Gnadt:
"Introduction the summer school"
S09 Kamatani:
"Markov chain Monte Carlo in high-dimension"
S15 Erasmi: "Storytelling with web mapping tools"S21 Kaklamonos:
"Build your own virtual research environment for reproducible research - Part I 'Introduction'"
S27 Beissbarth: High dimensional data in BiomedicineS33 Grabowski/ Herbold: "Data Science in Software Engineering II"S39 Moghaddam: "Privacy and security challenges for data owners"S46 Q&A "Students ask lecturers"11:30 - 12:30
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12:30 - 14:00 Lunch breakLunch break12:30 - 14:00
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14:00 - 15.30Intro of participants IS04* Schwardmann:
Hands-On "Persistent Identifier"
Research Bazaar
(at Alfred-Hessel-Saal, Historical Building of SUB, Papendiek 14)
S10 Kneib/Groll:
"Intro to linear models; Splines; Regularization (LASSO, Boosting) II"
S16 Sporleder/Lendvai: "Introduction to Sentiment Analysis & Opinion Mining"S22 Kaklamanos:
Hands On "Build your own virtual research environment for reproducible research - Part II 'Data Organisation, Project Organisation, and Data Exploration'"
S28 Baum/Bauer:
Hands On "Data management with i2b2/tranSMART"
S34: Schmunk/Mache:
"Research data in the Arts and Humanities"
S40 Umbach:
"An IT perspective on managing data from genomic high throughput technologies (GenoPerspektiv)(45')"
S47 Student panel:
"How does my research profit from Data Science?"
14:00 - 15.30
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15:30 - 16:00Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break15:30 - 16:00
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16:00 - 17:30Intro of participants II & logisticsS05* Kurzawe:
"Challenges for data management in the context of research projects"
S11 Kneib/Wiemann:
"Linear Models: Tutorials & Exercises I"
S17 Sporleder/Lendvai: "Hands-on: Sentiment Analysis & Opinion Mining"S23 Kaklamanos:
Hands On "Build your own virtual research environment for reproducible research - Part III 'Automation'"
S29 Baum/Bauer:
Hands On "Data management with i2b2/tranSMART"
S35 Blümm:
"Hands on TEI & Textgrid"
S41 Schweda: "Ethical Aspects of Data Science Applications" Wrap-up
16:30 Farewell
16:00 - 17:30
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17:30 - 18:30Intro of participants III & logisticsS06* Kurzawe, Wieder: "Challenges for data management in the context of research projects - Bringing in perspectives from library and compute center"S12 Kneib/Wiemann:
"Linear Models: Tutorials & Exercises II"
S18 Nishioka: "Knowledge graph and its application in text mining"S24 Kaklamanos:
Hands On "Build your own virtual research environment for reproducible research - Part IV 'Publication and Sharing'"
S30 Ulrich Sax:
"FAIR perspectives on high quality data management pipelines"
S36 Panel discussion:
"Data Science: Dedicated profession or everyday business?", Sporleder, Yahyapour, Bonn
S42 Schweda: "Ethical Aspects of Data Science Applications - hands on" 17:30 - 18:30
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*) at Adam-von-Trott-Saal
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19:00 -Welcome Reception at Villa CubaBarbecue, Venue: TBDEvening Lecture: Gerhard Wörner "What to do with 100.000 trace element analysis in volcanic rocks from the Central Andes?
Clues to the origin of magmas in time and space."
Dinner - Kartoffelhaus
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