IWR Colloquium on Computational Methods in Sciences
The IWR Colloquium serves as a platform for the interdisciplinary dialogue which characterizes the field of scientific computing. It is organized by Dr. Michael J. Winckler, Administrative Director HGS MathComp.
Every semester, members of the IWR and its affiliated institutions as wells as renowned international experts are invited to present their latest scientific results and discuss the upcoming challenges in the field of scientific computing.
We gladly invite you to join this interdisciplinary dialogue.
|The next talk:|
|Datum||No talk to come at the moment|
|Prof. Till Bärnighausen||Heidelberg Institute of Public Health (HIPH)||Quasi-Experiments for Data Science: Approaches and Examples from Global Health Research||Quasi-experiments offer opportunities for strong causal inference for evaluation of real-life programs and policies.
I will discuss major approaches and illustrate strengths and limitations with examples.
|Prof. T. Daniel Crawford||Virginia Tech, USA||The Molecular Sciences Software Institute||Abstract|
|Prof. Roderik Lindenbergh||TU Delft, Netherlands||Robust geometry extraction in large spatial point clouds||Abstract|
Last Update: 14.05.2018 - 11:18