BiCDaS Advisory Board
BiCDaS has given itself an external, scientific advisory board composed of prominent researchers from different Data Science-related fields. Some highly renowned researches have already agreed to support BiCDaS with their great expertise:
Prof Dr Göran Kauermann
Professor of Applied Statistics in Social Sciences, Economics and BusinessLudwig-Maximilians-Universität München (DE)
Prof Dr Fionn Murtagh
Professor of Data Science
Director of the Centre for Mathematics and Data ScienceUniversity of Huddersfield (UK)
Prof Dr Anne Baillot
Professor of German Philology
Director of the Institute for German PhilologyUniversity of Le Mans (FR)
Dr Walter Peissl
PhD in Social and Economic Sciences
Deputy Director of the Austrian ITAInstitute of Technology Assessment (A)
Prof Dr Michael Löffler
Vice President Sales Planning & Management Porsche AG (D)
Prof Dr Niko Beerenwinkel
Professor for Computational BiologyETH Zurich (CH)
Our utmost gratitude is with these researchers and we are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation!
Lecture Recording Online
The recording of the lecture on Digital Knowledge Services by Mr Summann is now online.
Lecture Recording Online
The recording of the lecture SMPC held by Dr Ballhausen is now online.
Lecture Recording Online
The recording of the lecture on DARIAH-DE infrastructure held by Prof Henrich is now online.
The HFD has published a collection of useful resources around digital work and teaching in times of pandemic
The Data Literacy Skills @ Ostwestfalen Lippe has started on 1st of March. Stay tuned for news on a kick-off event to transpire once Corona is dealt with.
Data Literacy Education
The consortium of Bielefeld University, University of Paderborn and FH Bielefeld receive three years funding to advance Data Literacy Education
Our first DataLab
The first instance of our new, agile cooperation format has been initiated: The DataLab High Performance Computing and Advanced Simulation
More on DataLabs
UBi part of Data Literacy Education Network
Bielefeld University is now part of the national Data Literacy Education Network by DATEV foundation.
Programming Languages in Data Science
Talk by Prof Bates, statistician, core-developer of R, Julia developer
Data Literacy Panel Discussion
The final event of the first lecture series on Data Literacy.
Digital Humanities and Knowledge
Talk by Mr Summann about digital editions and research projects in the arts and humanities
Secure Multi-Party Computing
Talk by Dr Ballhausen about new ways jointly analyse sensitive data
Talk by Prof Schäfers on In-Store consumer localisation and in-store analytics on Friday 17th.
RDM in Arts and Humanities
On Friday 10th is the next session of our lecture series data science. The topic will be research data management in the arts and humanities
This Wednesday (October 30th) in the lecture series on data literacy we are welcoming two external speakers:
Dr. Gellert (OEDIV) and Mr Jösting (Bildungsbüro) will elaborate on the role of data (literacy) in economy and society.
After the huge success last summer term, this winter terms call again includes Data Literacy.
Applications are still possible until November 15th.
Big Data is Watching you!
Our lecture series on BigData is the first course of new data literacy module.
Lecture Series Data Science - SOEP
The recording of the lecture given by Dr. Goebel (DIW) on the SOEP panel study is now available on our website!
Recording Data Science on Music Data
Prof. Weihs (TU Dortmund) held a lecture on music data and its analysis during our lecture series
Go have a look!
Lecture recording Dr. Sczyrba
The recording of lecture on microbial "dark matter" is now online
Data Literacy Education - Go!
The data literacy education program is picking up speed, as our new program coordinator commences her duty.
Application for the Q-Fond Teaching is now closed. We are looking forward to many innovations in Data Literacy Education.
The Open Science Working Group presents a new strictly hands on format for presenting all kinds of tool for Open Science: The hacky hour.
Data Science at RCM² colloquium
This Friday there will be a talk on Data Science in multi-omics plant science.
Today (May 10th) is the last day to submit applications for the Q-Fonds Teaching. The call was for innovation in Data Literacy Education.
On 2nd, 3rd and 4th of May Bielefeld University hosts a mathematical workshop on "Computational Applications of Quiver Representations: TDA and QPA".
Lecture Series Data Science
This winter term BiCDaS again offers a lecture series on Data Science.
Data Science Lecture VI
On January 30th Prof. Dr. Claus Weihs (TU Dortmund) will talk about data science on music data.
Data Science Lecture V
On January 25th Prof. Dr. Karsten Lübke(FOM) will talk about data literacy education.
Data Science Lecture IV
On January 18th Dr. Sczyrba (CeBiTec, Bielefeld University) will talk about computing in lifesciences.
RDM@DZHW in UB Colloquium
Also on January 18th there will be a talk on research data management at DZHW starting 9 a.m..
On January 11th Dr. Jan Goebel (SOEP DIW, Berlin) will give an introduction to the SOEP Study.
On Friday 11th of January, Prof. Fuchs will give a talk in the RCM² colloquium.
We are hiring!
We are looking for a coordinator for our data literacy education initiative!
Data Science Lecture II
On December 14th Prof Cimiano (Bielefeld Uni.) will give a talk on semantic satabases in medicine.
First Lecture of Lecture Series
On Friday, October 19th Prof. Fuchs will start this years Data Science lecture series.
Final Lecture online
All the recordings of our lecture series on Data Science are now online.
BiCDaS in the Media
Recently BiCDaS and the future master degree course on Data Science a Bielefeld University were covered in an article by Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ).
The article can be found here.
Data Science Master Program
Application for the newly established Master Program on Data Science is now open.
Data Science Day 2018
On May 23rd the first Data Science Day at Bielefeld University will take place
Data Science @ RCM²-Colloquium
On Wednesday 2nd of May Scott Balchin (Warwick/Sheffield) will give a Data Science-related talk in the RCM² colloquium.