Library of Event Recordings

2016-2017

Research Design is Not Enough Series

Recent Advances in the Theory of Experimentation

Erick Snowberg, Department of Economics and Political Science at California Insitute of Technology

Date: 2/2/17

Link to Erik Snowberg on Echo 360

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2015 - 2016

Quantitative Biology & Theoretical Biophysics Series

The stabilized supralinerar network: A simple "balanced network mechanism explaining nonlinear cortical integration

Ken Miller, Departments of Neuroscinece and Physiology & Cellular Biophysics at Columbia University

Date: 3/2/16

Emerging hierarchies in biological distribution networks

Eleni Katifori, Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pennsylvania

Date: 2/3/16

The learnability of critical dsitributions

Stephanie Palmer, Department of Oranismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago

Date: 1/27/16

Diversity of Immune Receptor Repertoires

Aleksandra Wolczak, Physics Department at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

Date: 12/2/2015

Similarity Matching: A New Principle of Neural Computation

Dmitri Chklovskii, Group Leader for Neuroscience, Simons Foundation

Date:10/21/2015

Data Visualization - Annual Theme

Data Visualizations: Drawing Actionable Insights from Data

Katy Borner, Department of Information & Library Science at Indiana University

Date: 2/4/16

Historical data visualization and presenting rich data archives

Ben Schmidt, History Department at Northeastern University

Date: 11/11/2015

Catching Bad Guys with Visualization and Data Mining

Polo Chau, College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology

DATE: 10/14/2015

The Value of Visualization for Exploring and Understanding Data

John Stasko, School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology

Date: 10/1/2015

Quantitative Climate Change

Earth System Stability Through Geologic Time

David Archer, Department of Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago

Date: 1/28/16

QSS Major Events

Data Science Club Guest Speaker
"How Social Science can prepare you for a career in Data Science"

Drew Linzer, Chief Data Scientist @ Daily Kos

Date: 12/3/2015

Academic and Career Avenues in Data Science: A Networking Night

Academia

Howard Chang, Professor, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Emory University

Date: 10/8/2015

Academic and Career Avenues in Data Science: A Networking Night

Non-Profit Sector

Dana Rickman, Dir. of Policy and Research, GA Partnership for Excellence in Education

Date: 10/8/2015

Academic and Career Avenues in Data Science: A Networking Night

Business

Nicole Miller, Manager-Quantitative Economics and Statistics (QUEST), Ernst & Young

Date: 10/8/2015

Academic and Career Avenues in Data Science: A Networking Night

Business

Nathan Danneman, Data Scientist, Data Tactics Corporation

Date: 10/8/2015

Academic and Career Avenues in Data Science: A Networking Night

Q&A Session

Date: 10/8/2015

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2014 - 2015


Learning Analytics

Title: Teaching and Learning in an Evolving Educational Environment

Charles Dziuban, The Center for Distributed Learning, University of Central Florida

Date: 10/15/2014

Title: Advancing University Teaching and Learning Analytics: Linking Pedagogical Intent and Student Activity through Data-Based Reflection

Alyssa Wise, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University

Date: 11/17/2014

Title: Towards Long-Term and Actionable Prediction of Student Outcomes Using Automated Detectors of Engagement and Affect

Ryan Baker, The Teachers College, Columbia University

Date: 2/9/2015

Title: Hail to the Data: What We're Learning from Learning Analytics

Timothy McKay, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Physics, University of Michigan

Date: 4/8/2015

Title: Do counts of digital traces count for learning?

Dragan Gašević, School of Education at the University of Edinburgh

Date: 4/17/2015

Collective Computations

Title: Decision Making in Animal Groups

Gonzalo de Polavieja, The Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme, Champalimaud Foundation

Date: 2/18/2015

 

Special Lectures

Title: Legislative Effectiveness in the United States Congress

Alan Wiseman, Department of Political Science, Vanderbilt University

Date: 6/12/2015

part 1    part 2

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2013 - 2014

Complex Network Series

Title: Strategic Interaction and Networks 

Rachel Kranto, Department of Economics, Duke University

Date: 11/5/2013

Title: Communities in Networks

Peter Mucha, Department of Mathematics, UNC Chapel Hill

Date: 2/7/2014

Title: Help or Hindrance? The Role of Humanitarian Military Interventions in Human Security NGO Operations
 

Amanda Murdie, Department of Political Science, University of Missouri 

Date: 3/5/2014
 

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2012 - 2013

Big Data Series

Title: Language As Influence(d): Power and Memorability

Lillian Lee, Department of Computer Science, Cornell University

Date: 9/26/2012

Title: Finding Meaning in Big Genomic Data

Steve Cole, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA

Date: 2/20/2013

Title: Entering the Era of Genomic Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges
 

Eric Green, National Human Genome Research Institute

Date: 3/19/2013

 

Title:The Dynamics of Vaccination Sentiments on a Large Online Social Network

Marcel Salathé, Department of Biology, Penn State

Date: 4/10/2013

 

Title: How to Read a Million Letters

Dan Edelstein, Department of French and Italian, Stanford University

Date: 4/24/2013

Visiting Fellows Series

Title:Understanding Heterogeneous Effects of Health Policies Using a Gene-Environment Interaction Framework

Jason Fletcher, Yale School of Public Health (Currently at University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Date: 6/4/2013

 

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