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EpistemologicalE

Firing up the Epistemological Engine – Durham University

We propose to explore one component of the DEE, by developing methods to automate the processes involved in a literature review – in particular to support meta-analysis by using computer science (CS) tools such as natural language processing, deep learning and AI. We will use workshops to bring together expertise in CS and social science (SS) and will establish a network of interested researchers. See more at: Firing up the Epistemological Engine – Durham University

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We’re proud to announce that we have been named among the first-ever successful applicants to The Alan Turing Institute’s Network Development Awards, in recognition of our proven research excellence, led by Professor Alexandra I. Cristea from the Department of Computer Science, with co-I Professor Brian Castellani, Director of the Durham Research Methods Centre, [email protected]

[email protected] (2022) will enable us to significantly build on our expertise in Data Science, AI, and benefit from active involvement with the Alan Turing Institute (ATI).

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WomenInScience

Messenger: Women in STEM and Cultural Diversity

Empowering women in science through mentoring and exchanging experiences (2021-22) (UK-Brazil Gender Equality Partnership funded by the British Council) (2021-22) led by Professor Alexandra I. Cristea.

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FAST TRACK Skills Bootcamp in Data – TechUPWomen

Our Fast Track Skills Bootcamp (2021-22) in Data is a free 12 week fully online training programme developed in collaboration with industry to equip you with the skills you need to apply for an entry level role, apprenticeship or internship or apply data engineering skills to your own business, led by Professor Sue Black and  Professor Alexandra I. Cristea.

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Skills Bootcamp in Software Development

Our Skills Bootcamp (2021-22) in software development is a free 14 week online training programme developed in collaboration with industry to equip you with the skills you need to apply for an entry level role, apprenticeship or internship,, led by Professor Sue Black and  Professor Alexandra I. Cristea.

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Skills Bootcamp in Data – TechUPWomen

Our Skills Bootcamp (2021-22) in data is a free 14 week online training programme developed in collaboration with industry to equip you with the skills you need to apply for an entry level role, apprenticeship or internship, led by Professor Sue Black and  Professor Alexandra I. Cristea.

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JANET

Weizman Institute funded JANET (Joint Lab in Learning Analytics for Personalised Science Teaching) project (2018-2023), led by  Professor Alexandra I. Cristea

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