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Monday 2.45 - 3.30pm

Crowd & Cloud - part 1

 

  • Citizen Science and Crowd-sourcing Biological Data
    Simon Price, Dave Kilbey, Jasper Tredgold, Chris Bailey, Mark Van Rossum, Mike Jones and Damian Steer (Bristol)

 

  • Identifying categorical representations over big datasets using Discrete Markov Chain Monte Carlo with People
    Anne Hsu, Jay Martin, Adam Sanborn and Tom Griffiths (Queen Mary)

 

  • Data blogging: a new implication for science impact
    Weigang Yan and Heath Malcolm (CEH)

 

Monday 4.00 - 4.45pm

Crowd & Cloud - part 2

 

  • The Environmental Virtual Observatory: A user-driven cloud-implementation of environmental models and data for all
    Robert Gurney, Gordon Blair, et al. (Reading)

 

  • DEMO: Cloud Computing for Physical Activity Analysis
    Simon Woodman, Hugo Hiden, Paul Watson, Mark Turner and Vincent van Hees (Newcastle)

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Tuesday 11.00 - 11.45am

Challenges of Data Science

This session is split into two streams

Stream 1 - Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre

  • The Data Scientist: On the Origin – and Evolution of a – Species
    Ralph Schroeder (Oxford)

 

  • How do I know? Assessing the reliability and validity of micro blogging data
    Ana Canhoto & Jan Kietzmann

 

  • Globally distributed data integration: working with systems where you don’t know what you don’t know
    Farjam Eshraghian and Ashley Lloyd (Edinburgh)

 

Stream 2 - Seminar Room 7

  • In a Big Country: Collaborative Digital Research on Technology Acceptance in China
    Ashley Lloyd, Peggy Li, Mario Antonioletti, Terence M Sloan and Yvonne Barnard (Edinburgh)

 

  • A case for embracing new digital media and new data in research: applications and beneficiaries from a marketing management perspective
    Sarah Quinton (Brookes)

 

  • Model-Based Scientific Collaboration in Life Sciences
    Kristian J Garza, Carole Goble and John Brooke (Manchester)

 

Tuesday 2.30 - 3.15pm

The life of the research technologist - part 1

 

  • Data management planning for Doctoral Training Centres
    Jez Cope (Bath)

 

  • SoundSoftware.ac.uk Prizes for Reproducibility in Audio and Music Research
    Chris Cannam, Luis A. Figueira and Mark D. Plumbley

 

  • Mining and Mapping the Research Landscape
    Simon Price and Peter Flach (Bristol)

 

Tuesday 3.45 - 4.30pm

The life of the research technologist - part 2

 

  • Reproducible, Open Data Science in the Life Sciences
    Eamonn Maguire, Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, Philippe Rocca-Serra and Susanna-Assunta Sansone (Oxford)

 

  • CHARMe: Characterization of Metadata to enable high-quality climate applications and services
    Raquel Alegre, Jon Blower and Jane Lewis (Reading)

 

  • The Behaviour Composer: A web-based tool for authoring, exploring, and sharing agent-based models and behaviours
    Ken Kahn and Howard Noble (Oxford)