Introduction

Due to the international spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the decision has been taken to postpone this workshop. Discussions are currently underway to reschedule and further information will be available soon.

 

Please note that the registration page for this event is managed by a third party organisation, and not The Alan Turing Institute.

Data Science for Development is a one day workshop at The Alan Turing Institute on 16 March 2020 designed to bring together data scientists and development experts from both the academic and public/NGO sector to explore how advanced quantitative techniques might be deployed to tackle urgent development challenges.

About the event

We are welcoming submissions (short talks and posters) showcasing applications of data science for development or highlighting development challenges where data science might be deployed. Please submit a short abstract/summary (300-500 words plus up to one graphic) by 31 January (17:00 UK time) to apply for either a short presentation or a poster. Please indicate in the submission (i) if you are applying for a talk only, (ii) if you are applying for a talk but willing to present a poster if there are no more spaces for talks, or (iii) if you only wish to present a poster.

All questions about submissions should be emailed to [email protected]

Organisers

Location

The Alan Turing Institute

1st floor of the British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

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