Previous Lecture Series

DSC/e Lectures 2016


November 18

Prof. Dr. Chris Welty (Google)
Dr. Valentina Presutti (CNR)

Towards an Embedded Theory of truth          
& Knowledge Extraction and Linked Data: Playing with Frames

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October 28

João Paulo Carvalho

Fuzzy Fingerprints: Identification and classification in Big data using top-k values

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October 5

Rob Hyndman (Monash University, Australia)

Visualization of big time series data

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September 20    

Dr. Stef van den Elzen

Visual Sensemaking of Big Data

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June 29-30



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June 9

dr. Alp Akçay

Data-Driven Decision Making in Operations Management


March 15

dr. Dian Tjondronegoro

Personalised Mobile Health: Harnessing the Power of Big Data from Multimodal Signals in IoT Framework


February 20 Aarnout Brombacher

Quantified Self for People, Sports and Vitality; a university wide research program within the strategic area Health


DSC/e Lectures 2015


November 24     

prof. Gennady Andrienko

Space, Time and Visual Analytics: a Multiple Perspectives Paradigm


November 11 Uzay Kaymak

Making your data “talk” to you: linguistically conditioned models from data

October Wilco HazelegerGetting science out of  eScience 

September 8

prof. dr. Milan Petković

Creating value by Data Science


June 26

dr. Sourav. S. Bhowmick

Towards HCI-aware Data Management: Bridging the chasm between HCI and Data Management


June 18

dr. Alessandro Bassi

How many drops are in the ocean? Reflections on the impact of IoT on Data Collection and analysis


May 12

dr. Qi Gao of Philips Research

Scalable data analytics platform and use cases for healthcare and smart home


April 8

prof. dr. Remco van der Hofstad

Complex network data: Structure and Models


March 17

prof.dr. Nikhil Bansal

Algorithmic challenges of big data

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February 9

dr. Elke den Ouden

Smart Cities: Improving quality of life with meaningful technology applications


DSC/e Lectures 2014


Sep 25 Geert-Jan van Houtum

Remote monitoring and condition based maintenance for capital goods

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Oct 6

prof.dr. Paul De Bra

From expert-driven to data-driven adaptation

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Oct 21

prof.dr. Bettina Speckmann

Analysis and visualization of complex moving objects


Nov 4 Frans Willems

The Context-Tree Weighting Method


Nov 13

prof.dr. Chris Snijders

Experts vs data: intuition, expertise and the robust beauty of improper linear models


Nov 25

prof.dr. Johan van Leeuwaarden

Data-driven critical service systems