Today, we are welcoming Dr. Jürgen Hackl as a new member of the Data Analytics Group!
Starting July 1st 2019, Prof. Ingo Scholtes will move to a new position as Full Professor of Data Analytics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of University of Wuppertal.
We are proud to share that our work git2net: Mining Time-Stamped Co-Editing Networks from Large git Repositories has been awarded a "Special mention" in the 2019 FOSS Impact Award.
On April 26 we organize the international symposium Computational Social Science - Quo Vadis?, which will be held at University of Zurich in honor of Kathleen M. Carley.
We are proud to announce that our article From networks to optimal higher-order models of complex systems was just published in the leading journal Nature Physics.
We are happy to announce that all of our four contributions submitted to the premiere network science conference NetSci, which will be held in Burlington, Vermont, USA, were accepted.
We are happy to announce that our submission git2net - Mining Time-Stamped Co-Editing Networks from Large git Repositories was accepted as a full technical paper at the conference MSR 2019.
Last week, we have officially launched two MSc projects that utilise data to support teachers and students at UZH.
In September, Ingo Scholtes will be co-chairing the Data Science track at the 50th anniversary annual conference of the German Informatics Society (GI e.V.).
Today we will officially launch our seminar on Big Data, AI, and Society.
Tomorrow, Ingo Scholtes will give an invited seminar talk in the CRiSM Seminar Series of the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick, UK.
It is my pleasure to announce that the 2019 edition of our NetSci satellite symposium on higher-order network models has been accepted.
Tomorrow, we are honored to host a talk by Prof. Tina Eliassi-Rad of Northeastern University.
We are welcoming Luka Petrovic and Vincenzo Perri, who recently joined the Data Analytics Group as PhD students.
Tomorrow, I will give an invited talk in the Foundations of Cognitive Computing group at IBM Research in Rueschlikon.
On September 5th 2018, we will give an invited talk and tutorial on data analytics analytics for time-series data on complex networks at the Complexity Science Hub in Vienna, Austria.
Today, I am excited to officially launch the SNF-funded Data Analytics Group at the Department of Informatics.