Past Events

Resisting the present, reclaiming the past and reshaping the future: Can data science help Polynesian Islands become more resilient to climate change adverse effects?

June 21, 2016
Speaker: Charlotte Cabasse

permute: A Python Package for Randomization Inference

June 16, 2016
Avignon, France
Speaker: Kellie Ottoboni

Administrative Support Bots in Wikipedia: How Automation Can Transform the Affordances of Platforms and the Governance of Communities

June 14, 2016
Fukuoka, Japan
Speaker: R. Stuart Geiger

Drowning in Data: Industry and Academic Approaches to Mixed Methods in “Holistic” Big Data Studies

June 11, 2016
Fukuoka, Japan
Speaker: R. Stuart Geiger

Research Transparency in the Social Sciences

June 10, 2016
Berkeley, CA
Speaker: Garret Christensen

Torque Generation in the Bacterial Flagellar Motor

June 10, 2016
Burnaby, BC
Speaker: Jasmine Nirody

Successor Systems: Lessons for Big Data From Feminist Epistemology and Activism

June 9, 2016
Fukuoka, Japan
Speaker: R. Stuart Geiger

Algorithms as Agents of Gatekeeping, Governance, and Articulation Work in Wikipedia

June 8, 2016
Fukuoka, Japan
Speaker: R. Stuart Geiger

Small island modelisation: an opportunity for dialogue between local and scientific knowledge?

May 27, 2016
London, UK
Speaker: Charlotte Cabasse, Neil Davies

Global Responses of Gravity Waves to Planetary Wave Variations during SSWs Observed by SABER

May 22, 2016
Chiba, Japan
Speaker: Chihoko Cullens