DSUniVie Talks: “What is Data Science @ Uni Vienna?”

The lectures on "What is Data Science @ Uni Vienna" will focus on researchers from the University of Vienna who are involved in data science or apply its methods in their field of research. The range of topics covered in these talks is as broad as the areas of research at the University of Vienna, ranging from humanities and cultural studies to chemistry, geosciences, computer science, law, history, economics and many more.



General Information

All talks take place on Fridays from 12:00 to 13:00 - for more information on the individual dates and rooms please consult the announcements below. 

They are organized as Brown Bag sessions in an informal setting, so feel free to bring your lunch with you. Water, juice, and cookies will be provided.

Update March 2021: All upcoming talks will take place online and will be hosted by Zoom until further notice.

 Upcoming Talks


Talk by Nikolaus Forgó (Department of Innovation and Digitalisation in Law)


Machine learning for atomistic simulations of materials

Talk by Christoph Dellago (Faculty of Physics)


Quantum Machine Learning

Talk by O. Anatole von Lilienfeld (Computational Materials Physics)


Learning with Structured Data by Matching and Embedding Graphs

Talk by Nils Kriege (Research Group Data Mining and Machine Learning)


Exploring possibilities for dealing with survey data: data science and political science in partnership?

Talk by Sylvia Kritzinger, Department of Government

 Data Science and Art History/Visual Studies - potential and constraints

Talk by Martina Pippal, Dept. of Art History, on January 24th 2020

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Hajo Boomgarden's Talk on April 12th 2019