Data Science Seminars
Three to four seminars per year are organized around topics related to data processing. These themes are generally put forward by UNIGE researchers themselves, during the Centre's plenary sessions.
For the year 2020-21, three Data Science Seminars are scheduled treating the following themes "Data quality and bias", "International collaboration and data sharing", and "Data status and protection".
If you wish to contribute to these seminars as speakers, do not hesitate to contact us.
Friday 11 November 2022 – 12h15-14h00: Graph Neural Networks
Wednesday 11 January 2023 – 12h15-14h00 : Big Data vs. Scarcity of Data
Friday 10 March 2023 - 12h15-14h00: Temporal Dimensions
Thursday 11 May 2022 – 12h15-14h00 : Data Simulations
Thursday 11 November 2021 – 12h15-14h00: The Rise of Natural Language Processing
Tuesday 11 January 2022 – 12h15-14h00 : Beyond Social Biases in Data
Friday 11 March 2022 - 12h15-14h00: Challenging Vision
Wednesday 11 May 2022 – 12h15-14h00 : Machine-Learning
Wednesday 11 November 2020 – 12h15-14h00 : Exploring Data Quality
Monday 11 January 2021 – 12h15-14h00 : How data is powering more open and collaborative forms of science
Thursday 11 March 2021 - 12h15-14h00: When nothing is eays: Dealing with heterogeneous data and interoperability issues
Tuesday 11 May 2021 – 12h15-14h00 : Navigating data protection and data ownership in academic reseach: Challenges, technical solutions and good practices