Data Science/Computational Social Science Seminars winter roster announced
The University of Michigan Data Science / Computational Social Science (DS/CSS) faculty have announced the speakers for their Winter 2021 seminar series.
The Data Science/Computational Social Science seminar series brings together a vibrant and diverse community of scholars whose cutting-edge research in Information Science, Computer Science, or the Social Sciences aims to broaden our understanding of the important social and technological issues.
The events are scheduled for Thursdays at noon ET. Due to current in-person gathering restrictions, all seminar talks will be held online via Zoom.
Organizer for the Winter 2021 series is Paramveer Dhillon, assistant professor of information at the School of Information.
Topics and abstracts will be announced separately, closer to each event.
The Winter 2021 seminar schedule of speakers:
Jan. 21: Veronica Perez-Rosas, University of Michigan - Link to event
Jan. 28: Ingmar Weber, Qatar Comp. Research Institute
Feb. 4: Munmun De Choudhury, Georgia Tech
Feb. 11: Andrew Guess, Princeton University
Feb. 18: Susan Athey, Stanford University - Jointly hosted with MIDAS and SBEE seminars
Feb. 25: Jacob Eisenstein, Google Research
March 4: Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, University of Pennsylvania
March 11: Deen Freelon, University of North Carolina
March 18: Kristina Lerman, University of Southern California
March 25: Dashun Wang, Northwestern University
April 1: David Lazer, Northeastern University
April 8: Ed Chi, Google Brain - Jointly hosted with MIDAS seminar
April 15: Chenhao Tan, University of Chicago