DSSG applications due
- From January 1, 2018
Join us April 29 at 10am in McNeil 150 to learn about the variety of computing resources available in the School of Arts & Sciences. This session is for all students, postdocs, faculty, and all Penn researchers needing access to high performance computing for their research.
Come to this one-day conference organized by Alexander Williams Tolbert. Speaker lineup for the day: Shahin Jabbari-“The Disagreement Problem in Explainable Machine Learning: A Practitioner’s Perspective” Anita Allen-Dismantling the “Black Opticon”: Privacy, Race Equity, and Online Data-Protection Reform Konrad Kording-“Recommender systems: what does it mean to get good “recommendations? Aaron Roth-“Robust and Equitable Uncertainty Estimation” […]
From June 13 to June 24, 2022, the Computational Social Science Lab, Data Driven Discovery Initiative, and Population Studies Center at Penn will sponsor the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science, to be held at the University of Pennsylvania. The purpose of the Summer Institute is to bring together graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and beginning faculty interested in computational social science.
From June 23 – Aug 11, we will be holding a data science hangout from 12-3pm at Meyerson Hall. Undergraduates whose summer research involves quantitative analysis of data are invited to listen to talks on data science from Penn faculty followed by discussions; tutorials on the basics of statistics, data visualization and machine learning by […]