Upcoming Events in Data Science
April 4th, 9 AM - 3:30 PM. Virtual. A day of great talks and discussion about data science that will include Bryn Mawr faculty and students. Click Here to Register
Richard Freedman, Ph.D., Professor of Music and John C. Whitehead ’43 Professor of Humanities, Haverford College
“Music and Data Science: What can we teach machines about music?” Talk: April 7, 7 PM. Park Science 245
Music, according to the ancient Roman statesman and philosopher Severinus Boethius, was “number in sound.” Indeed, the affinities of music and mathematics are almost everywhere we look (and listen), from systems of tuning to the rules of counterpoint and harmony. But in the last several years the burgeoning world of digital musical scholarship has opened some important ways for us to reflect on music as data—how we can encode it, analyze it, and interrogate it in novel ways. For these modes of inquiry to be meaningful, however, we will first need to pose a more basic question: what, exactly, can we hope to teach a machine about music?
Data Science Hangout Series
Chat with Carolina Hausmann-Stabile
Alberto Cairo, Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the School of Communication of the University of Miami
"Data visualization: What you design isn't what people see "
Paul Offit, Professor of Pediatrics at Penn
"Stopping the COVID-19 Pandemic: Where Do We Stand?" Talk: March 31, 7 PM in Dalton 300.
Dr. Offitt is a leading authority on vaccines, immunology and virology. He is a member of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) working group on vaccines and has advised the CDC on immunization practices.
Grace Hopper Virtual Conference Opportunity
Monday, September 27 - Friday, October 1, 2021
Marye Cruz '22
"Gender Patterns & Testing Site Variability in Regular Driving Test Compared to Virtual Driving Test"
Talk: Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 7PM. Park 245 or on Zoom.
Trang Doung '22
"Measuring the Effectiveness of Vietnam's Covid-19 response Policies using Mathematical Modeling"
Talk: Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 7PM. Park 338 or on Zoom.