Come and have a cup of tea or coffee with us! It may have surprising consequences.
When? Most Fridays at 9am (Helsinki Time Zone). Look at our calendar and register yourself as a visiting player in our team.
Please note that some Fridays are booked for the CSDS Researchers only.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Krista, Mikko, Christina, Maria, Matti, Kimmo, and Joni
CSDS (Centre for Social Data Science) Friday Coffee combined with a seminar for PhD and Master’s students in Social Data Science and related disciplines, and anyone interested in a research-oriented way in Social Data Science.
Why? Learning and sharing & vitalizing! Collaboration! Fun!
When? (About) every other Friday at 10-12 (right after Open Friday Coffee at 9-10).
See the schedule on the course page of the seminar.
How to share your data? What kind of pitfalls, possibilities and opportunities are there? Have you shared your data and would like to share your observations? Welcome to hear presentations from researchers and support services, as well as discuss and contribute in co-writing a document about data sharing.
All interested are welcome!
Chair Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen, professor in social policy
Co-chair Krista Lagus, professor in digital social science
Participants will have an opportunity to discuss and ask questions. We may all also contribute to co-writing a set of observations, experiences, comments and open questions concerning data sharing.The co-writing may begin already during the presentations.
The resulting co-written document will improve everyone’s understanding on what are the pitfalls, challenges, possibilities and solutions that researchers encounter when considering sharing their data, as well as stimulate further developments.
Event is co-organized with the Center for Social Data Science, and with support from Helsinki Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities
The programme, the talks, and speaker biographies are available on the HiDATA website.
CSDS was officially opened on Monday, 28th October 2019 in Unioninkatu 35, Helsinki.
The auditorium of U35 was full of invited participants - students, researchers, teachers, alumni, and staff from various units of the University of Helsinki, other universities of Finland and other institutions. In addition, hundreds of people were following the opening stream online. The event was held in Finnish.
The opening speech was delivered by Taina Kyllönen, the Director of Communications and Community Relations, who also introduced the CSDS staff (at that time, the five founding fellows).
The audience had an honor to enjoy two special talks given by our distinguished academic fathers:
The (almost) complete video of the opening (produced by Unigrafia) is available in Vimeo.