6 April 2022
Photo: University of Exeter
For the first time in two years, we will enjoy a live talk in our public lecture series "Taming the Machines". Sabina Leonelli is going to be our guest. In her talk, she interrogates the role that big and open data can and should play in the production of scientific research, and more generally, as foundations for the development of empirical knowledge.
You are welcome to join us!
About the lecture
When: 06.04.2022, 18:15 - 19:45 Uhr
Where: Room W 221, west wing, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, University of Hamburg
Please note: Entry is only allowed, if you are wearing an FFP2 mask without an exhalation valve (which must be worn in all Universität Hamburg buildings). Wearing a face visor is not sufficient. No additonal proof of 3G, 2G or 2G+ needed. Persons who show symptoms (e.g. cough, fever, diarrhoea) that could indicate a COVID-19 infection are not allowed to stay at the University of Hamburg.
If you can't join us, don't worry: we are going to record the lecture and make it later on available at Universität Hamburg's video platform Lecture2Go.
Complete program of „Taming the Machines“ lecture series this summer term: