IDAS Launch Event

Monday, 30 September 2019 - 09:00
Ogden Centre West (OCW 017)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
30 Sep 2019
AM
09:30
Welcome Coffee (until 10:00) (OCW 017)
10:00
Morning 1: Numbers -Dr Jochen Einbeck (Mathematical Sciences / IDAS) (until 11:30) (OCW 017)
10:00 The data movement challenge and a communication-avoiding mindset - Tobias Weinzierl (Computer Science / IDAS)   (OCW 017)
10:10 Extracting Governing Equations from Data - Rui Carvalho (Engineering / DEI / IDAS)   (OCW 017)
10:20 New insights into magnetic relaxation from HPC - Anthony Yeates (Mathematical Sciences - Magnetohydrodynamics / IDAS)   (OCW 017)
10:30 Escape From Model Land - Leonard A. Smith (LSE / Oxford / Visiting Prof at Durham (Astronomy))   (OCW 017)
10:40 Condor: a cheap HPC - Bernard Piette (Mathematical Sciences / CPT)   (OCW 017)
10:50 Multi-parameter estimation with P&G - Miguel De-Icaza-Lizaola (Physics / CDT)   (OCW 017)
11:00 Statistics, Data, and Science - Jonathan Cumming (Mathematical Sciences - Statistics, SMCU / IDAS)   (OCW 017)
11:10 Emulation of computer models when multi-fidelity data are available - Georgios Karagiannis (Mathematical Sciences - Statistics / IDAS)   (OCW 017)
11:20 Quantum computing research in Durham QLM - Nicholas Chancellor (Physics - Quantum Light and Matter)   (OCW 017)
11:30
Coffee break (until 12:00) (OCW 017)
PM
12:00
Morning 2: Culture - Wendy Parker (Philosophy / IDAS / CHESS) (until 13:30) (OCW 017)
12:00 Music and Big Data (1) - Tuomas Eerola (Music)   (OCW 017)
12:10 The Sound of MusAIc - Nick Collins (Music)   (OCW 017)
12:20 Doctoral theses and digital scholarship: working with the EThOS collection of the British Library - Catherine Montgomery (Education)   (OCW 017)
12:30 Predigital Data - Matthew Eddy (Philosophy)   (OCW 017)
12:40 Online competition: how dominant platforms use data - Anca Chirita (Law School)   (OCW 017)
12:50 Using evolutionary models to study cultural change and diversity - Jeremy Kendal (DCERC/Dept. Anthropology)   (OCW 017)
13:00 The theory-ladenness of observation in big data science - Peter Vickers (Philosophy)   (OCW 017)
13:10 Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Learning Analytics - Lei Shi (Computer Science)   (OCW 017)
13:20 Virtual Bodies: Ethics of Digital Data in Physical Anthropology - Trudi Buck (Anthropology)   (OCW 017)
13:30
Sandwich Lunch (until 14:30) (OCW 017)
14:30
Afternoon 1 (until 16:00) (OCW 017)
14:30 IDAS overview - Frank Krauss (IDAS & physics)   (OCW 017)
14:35 Forests and climate change - what do images tell us? - Danny Donoghue (Geography)   (OCW 017)
14:45 Statistical Shape Modelling and Applications - Ian Jermyn (Mathematical Sciences)   (OCW 017)
14:55 Classification of Airborne Laser Scanner Data using Deep Learning - Nan Wang   (OCW 017)
15:05 Quite big, very messy: Data science and the Archaeology of the Ancient near East - Dan Lawrence   (OCW 017)
15:15 Climate change and the dry tropical forests of Southern Central Africa - Ruusa David   (OCW 017)
15:25 Spectral analysis of coffee in Thailand - Anthony Brown   (OCW 017)
15:35 CNN-supervised classification of airborne riverscape imagery - Patrice Carbonneau   (OCW 017)
16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) (OCW 017)
16:30
Afternoon 2: Language (until 18:00) (OCW 017)
16:30 Data Mining and Classical Manuscripts - Peter Heslin (IDAS and Classics)   (OCW 017)
16:40 Rescribe: OCR for historic texts and manuscripts - Nick White (Rescribe (Durham spin-out))   (OCW 017)
16:50 Interactive text mining and visualization in the humanities - Donald Sturgeon (Computer Science)   (OCW 017)
17:00 Digital Theology - Pete Phillips (Theology)   (OCW 017)
17:10 Machine Learning and Patterns in Dialogue - Chris Brown (Education)   (OCW 017)
17:20 Deep Learning for Museum Collections - Matthew Roberts (Archaeology)   (OCW 017)
17:30 Statistical Methods in Archaeology - Andrew Millard (Archaeology)   (OCW 017)
17:40 AI and Ethical Investing - Robert Song   (OCW 017)
17:50 Mapping Risks in Generated Text - Joe Bullock   (OCW 017)
18:00
Evening Reception (until 19:00) (OCW 017)