Hack4Charity: Accenture Hackathon
Join Accenture and Amnesty International this June help tackle human rights violations, with the aim to analyse social media data to map patterns of violence against women online. We are looking for participants with an interest in data science/analytics and/or data visualisations as you would be using these skills and applying it to a real business case. Participants will be working in teams and there are some exciting prizes planned for the team with the most insightful analysis. Please click the link below to download the registration form for more information.
London Behaviour Analytics Meeting
Behaviour Analytics Lab - Data Science Institute
Venue: GDO Meeting Room
Date: TBC (SEE INVITATION ON DOODLE )
Scientists interested in behaviour are increasingly adopting automated imaging and quantitative analysis into their work. Regardless of the species, this entails solving related technical problems from hardware, to computer vision, and data visualisation as well as conceptual problems such as how to identify representations and features that capture the essence of behaviour without over simplifying. There are many groups in London working on behaviour across the full range of model organisms and humans but there is not currently a good way of brining them together. An informal workshop-style meeting at the DSI would be an excellent opportunity to share expertise, make new connections and, start collaborations.
EuSpRiG 2017 (European Spreadsheet Risk Interest Group Conference- in association with the Data Science Institute)
Thurs July 6 2017
Prince Consort Road, Building 6
Imperial College London
EuSpRIG runs this well established annual conference to provide somewhere for researchers, practioners, vendors, consultants, auditors, etc, to network and share experiences in the field of spreadsheet risks research with international leaders. EuSpRIG offers authoritative & comprehensive web based information describing the current state of the art in Spreadsheet Risk Management. Read more about the confence and EuSpRIG here.
25-27th September 2017
Imperial College will be holding this conference on the use of data science for cyber-security applications. These applications include deployment of statistical methodology, machine learning, and Big Data analytics for network modelling, anomaly detection, forensics, risk management, and more. Organised by Niall Adams and Nick Heard from Imperial and sponsored by the DSI, this conference aims to showcase cutting-edge research in statistical cyber-security in academia, business and government. Read more and register here.