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WS-2016/17 – Distinguished Lecturer Series (Computer Science)

Next week start the WS-2016/17 Distinguished Lecturer Series organized by the Institute for Computer Sciences.

Along the semester, 4 invited speakers will talk about topics related to Computer Science and different applications. All the lectures will take place in Carl-Zeiss-Str. 3; HS 7.  More info about the dates, speakers and topics covered can be found here […]

By |November 4th, 2016|Events|0 Comments

New research coordinator – Farewell Alex!

From now on, Yanira Guanche will be our new research coordinator. Welcome Yanira!

The directorate and members of the MSCJ, acknowledge the extraordinary contribution and efforts from our former research coordinator, Alexander Freytag, developing and organizing the center from the very beginning. Thanks and we wish you the very best for your future career. Goodbye Alex!

By |October 28th, 2016|Members, News|0 Comments

Deep learning tutorial first impressions

Surpassing all our expectations, more than 100 people attended our deep learning tutorial last 6th of October! The speakers, Erik Rodner and Alexander Freytag,  combined theoretical aspects with several and varied applications. We have gathered the first impressions from the audience (here the summary) and we are happy to hear that the majority found it […]

By |October 17th, 2016|Events|0 Comments

Call of papers for BigDS 2017 Workshop at BTW 2017

 Next March 2017 will take place the 17th BTW Conference in Stuttgart.

One of our members is co-organizing the Workshop on Big (and Small) Data in Science and Humanities.

Until the 6th of November is open the call for submissions for this workshop!

The scope of the workshop and more information about the submission can be found […]

By |October 13th, 2016|Events, News|0 Comments

2016 MSCJ Autumn School was a great success

Last week we successfully hosted our first Autumn School. During 5 days, students and experts coming from 15 different countries learned and exchanged impressions about the dynamics of natural systems. The diverse background of the participants stimulated interesting interdisciplinary discussions and ideas.

Thanks to all the participants!!

Here you can find the program.

By |October 5th, 2016|Events|0 Comments