Seminars and Lecture Series
There are already several relevant lecture series in Hamburg, which we link to below
Matchmaking I Science meets Digital Mobility November 1, 2023
The UITP Summit, the world's largest public transport congress, will take place in Hamburg in 2025 and 2027 (https://uitpsummit.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/light-brochure-hamburg_web-version.pdf). After the ITS World Congress 2021, this Summit offers an excellent opportunity to develop and present forward-looking projects. The aim is to bring together experts from science and the public sector to jointly set the course for the digital mobility of tomorrow and to develop innovative ideas.
In addition to a keynote speech on the topic of Google Air View - one of the examples that can arise from networking with science - you can expect topic tables on the most important development paths from the new Digital Mobility Strategy with representatives from LGV, LSBG, the police, HOCHBAHN, VHH, LIHH, HPA and others on site. Topics such as the mobility twin, the mobility platform and autonomous shuttles as well as cooperative systems will be discussed. We expect about 60 participants, and there will be enough time for networking afterwards.
Important for us: we want to stay in touch and act sustainably! In our urban PMO dashboard, we have integrated a science map in which we want to record and share actors and projects from science. You can find the science map here: https://dashboard.bwi.hamburg.de/subjects/188 In it, you can have your own profile entered or, if you already have a profile, you can add to it. Simply apply for an account and we will activate it for you.
09:30-10:00 Arrival & Registration
10:00-10:15 Welcome & Presentation UITP
10:15-10:30 Keynote by Prof. Dr. Gesa Ziemer on Google Air View, HCU City Science Lab
10:30-12:25 World Café
12:45-13:30 Conclusion & Snack
Do you have any questions? We are happy to answer:
Dr. Johannes Lauer, Stephanie Schweder, Dr. Florian Vogt & Dr. Martin Semmann
‘Data Science and AI Inaugural Lectures 2023’ hosted by bAIome Center for Biomedical AI at UKE
We invite you to join us in celebrating and promoting the new W1 Professorship appointments in the areas of data science and AI at UKE. The Data Science and AI Inaugural Lectures 2023 will take place on Thursday 13th July, 15:00-18:00 at Erika-Haus, UKE. This will be a great opportunity to get to know the professors and their research topics in the areas of data science and AI relevant to biomedicine and with broad application in the clinic.
bAIome, the Center for Biomedical AI at UKE, which brings together UKE faculty members with international background and expertise in diverse areas relevant to AI including high performance computation, data science, mathematics, and biomedical research, will be hosting this event and following the inaugural lectures will showcase current research projects and ventures with a poster session during the reception to provide a great environment for networking and cooperation.
MLE-Days 2022 - The conference for machine learning in engineering
The two-day conference “MLE-Days 2022” will take place on September 15th and 16th, 2022. It gives participants a broad and well-founded insight into engineering and application of machine learning.
The program is fixed, an information sheet on the MLE-Days is available under the following link
Advance registration is requested. The early bird discount applies to any booking completed by July 31, 2022.
Data Science Colloquium
The Data Science Colloquium is an event jointly organized by DASHH, the Center for Data and Computing in Natural Sciences (CDCS), the clusters of excellence CUI - Advanced Imaging of Matter and Quantum Universe of the Universität Hamburg (UHH), the Department of Informatics of the UHH, the Institute of Mathematics of the Hamburg University of Technology and ahoi.digital - the Alliance of Hamburg Universities for Computer Science.
Interdisciplinary Data Science Networking Series (DS4S)
the graduate school Data Science in Hamburg - Helmholtz Graduate School for the Structure of Matter (DASHH), the Leibniz ScienceCampus InterACt (LSC InterACt) and the Center for Data and Computing in Natural Sciences (CDCS) are currently organizing a new series of networking events entitled Data Science for Science to enable exchange and networking across disciplines covered in the metropolitan region Hamburg. All interested researchers are invited to join the regular events which are scheduled on Wednesdays at 4 pm. Speakers from all Hamburg research institutions engaged in both, either the natural sciences or data science to present their research facilitating networking and exchange are invited.
Colloquium of the UHH Informatics Department
The Colloquium of the UHH Informatics Department features expert presentations and discussions with national and international figures, who inspire research in the Department of Informatics and promote the exchange of knowledge between the working areas of computer science and beyond.
Lecture Series Digital Humanities
The Digital Humanities lecture series offers an introductory overview of the digital technologies and processes used today to analyze texts, present them on digital platforms, and archive them for posterity. Emphasis is placed on the procedures and tools used in linguistics and literary studies. In addition to an inventory and the presentation of sample applications, the lecture aims to reflect on the changes in the research and work process in the humanities that accompany digitization.
bAIome PI Seminar
The bAIome PI Seminar is a monthly event that presents the latest developments in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, with a focus on the biomedical domain. All methods and data types that are currently of medical relevance are covered. The seminar is methodological in design, but pays attention to a strong application focus in the medical and biological fields. Thus, it addresses both the computer sciences and the life sciences. The current announcements can be found on bAIome.org in the news section.
Taming The Machines
Taming The Machines is a public lecture series organized by the UHH Ethics in Information Technology Research Group.
Hamburg Network for AI & Law Seminar
The Hamburg Network for AI & Law (NAIL) is a joint venture between Christoph Kumpan (Bucerius Law School) and Georg Ringe (Universität Hamburg). The network is a platform for academic exchange and joint research projects in the area of AI and law. At the same time, the network facilitates dialogue and engagement with the wider public. About once a month during the academic year, NAIL holds a research seminar involving leading academics, policy makers and industry experts.