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Picture Gallery: Herrenhäuser Konferenz "Big Data in a Transdisciplinary Perspective"

On March 25 to 27, 2015, a Herrenhausen Conference was held in Hanover Germany. It discussed the issue of "Big Data in a Transdisciplinary Perspective". You can find a summary report on our website as well as audio recordings from selected speakers in our Media-Center and in our YouTube channel.

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Wilhelm Krull, Secretary General, Volkswagen Foundation, Germany Conference Opening and Welcome Address
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Audience at the Herrenhausen Conference "Big Data in a Transdisciplinary Perspective"
Audience at the Herrenhausen Conference "Big Data in a Transdisciplinary Perspective"
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"Data, Scholarship, and Disciplinary Practice" by Christine L. Borgman, Presidential Chair and Professor of Information Studies, Department of Information Studies, UCLA, USA
"Data, Scholarship, and Disciplinary Practice" by Christine L. Borgman, Presidential Chair and Professor of Information Studies, Department of Information Studies, UCLA, USA
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"The Challenges of Data Reuse: The Short Term and the Long Term" by Clifford A. Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information, Washington, DC, USA
"The Challenges of Data Reuse: The Short Term and the Long Term" by Clifford A. Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information, Washington, DC, USA
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Data Science: Practices and Ambitions" by Peter Wittenburg, Data and Computer Center, Max-Planck-Society Garching / Munich, Germany
Data Science: Practices and Ambitions" by Peter Wittenburg, Data and Computer Center, Max-Planck-Society Garching / Munich, Germany
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Questions from the Audience
Questions from the Audience
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Poster Sessions
Poster Sessions
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Young scientists were invited to take part within the Poster Sessions
Young scientists were invited to take part within the Poster Sessions
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"Finding Community in the Ruins of GeoCities: Reading Millions of Webpage" by Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo, Canada won the 1st Prize for a Lightning Talk
"Finding Community in the Ruins of GeoCities: Reading Millions of Webpage" by Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo, Canada won the 1st Prize for a Lightning Talk
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"Big Data for Small Data: Using Statistical Representations of Meaning for the Analysis of Single Linguistic Utterances" by Aurelie Herbelot, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, won the 2nd Prize for a Lightning Talk
"Big Data for Small Data: Using Statistical Representations of Meaning for the Analysis of Single Linguistic Utterances" by Aurelie Herbelot, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, won the 2nd Prize for a Lightning Talk
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"Big Data in Government: A Social Science Perspective" by Basanta Thapa, University of Potsdam, Germany, won the 3rd Prize for a Lightning Talk
"Big Data in Government: A Social Science Perspective" by Basanta Thapa, University of Potsdam, Germany, won the 3rd Prize for a Lightning Talk
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Josh Cowls, University of Oxford, United Kingdom ("Nearest Neighbor Queries on Big Data") won the 1st Prize for the Best Poster.
Josh Cowls, University of Oxford, United Kingdom ("Nearest Neighbor Queries on Big Data") won the 1st Prize for the Best Poster.
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Paige Morgan, McMaster University Library Ontario, Canada ("Visible Prices: Finding New Angels to Explore the Big Data of Digitized Historical Books") won the 2nd Prize for the Best Poster.
Paige Morgan, McMaster University Library Ontario, Canada ("Visible Prices: Finding New Angels to Explore the Big Data of Digitized Historical Books") won the 2nd Prize for the Best Poster.
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Jong Gun Lee, Pulse Lab Jakarta, Indonesia ("Big Data for Development and Humanitarian Action") won the 3rd Prize for the Best Poster.
Jong Gun Lee, Pulse Lab Jakarta, Indonesia ("Big Data for Development and Humanitarian Action") won the 3rd Prize for the Best Poster.
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"Big Data in the Arts and the Humanities" by Andrew Prescott, AHRC Leadership Fellow for Digital Humanities, Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
"Big Data in the Arts and the Humanities" by Andrew Prescott, AHRC Leadership Fellow for Digital Humanities, Professor of Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
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"Data-Value Services as a Differentiator for Machine Tools" by Stephan Fischer, Head, Software Department, Trumpf Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH, Germany
"Data-Value Services as a Differentiator for Machine Tools" by Stephan Fischer, Head, Software Department, Trumpf Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH, Germany
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Exchange during Coffee Break
Exchange during Coffee Break
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"Researcher Access, Economic Value and The Public Good" by Stefan Bender, Head, Data Research Center, Institute for Employment Research, Germany
"Researcher Access, Economic Value and The Public Good" by Stefan Bender, Head, Data Research Center, Institute for Employment Research, Germany
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Panel Discussion with Arnold Picot, Stephan Fischer and Stefan Bender.
Panel Discussion with Arnold Picot, Stephan Fischer and Stefan Bender.
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"How We Can Build a Smart, Resilient, Digital Society" by Dirk Helbing, Professor of Sociology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
"How We Can Build a Smart, Resilient, Digital Society" by Dirk Helbing, Professor of Sociology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
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"Declarative Machine Learning: Byosid - Bring Your Own Syntax, Infrastructure and Data" by Shivakumar Vaithyanathan, 2014 IBM Fellow and Senior Manager, Cognitive Computing, IBM, San Jose, CA, USA
"Declarative Machine Learning: Byosid - Bring Your Own Syntax, Infrastructure and Data" by Shivakumar Vaithyanathan, 2014 IBM Fellow and Senior Manager, Cognitive Computing, IBM, San Jose, CA, USA
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"Privacy, Big Data, And the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement" by Julia Lane, American Institutes for Research, University of Strasbourg, France and University of Melbourne, Australia
"Privacy, Big Data, And the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement" by Julia Lane, American Institutes for Research, University of Strasbourg, France and University of Melbourne, Australia
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"From Alibaba to Abida: Legal Issues Concering Big Data" by Thomas Hoeren, Head, Institute for Information, Telecommunication, and Media Law, University of Münster, Germany
"From Alibaba to Abida: Legal Issues Concering Big Data" by Thomas Hoeren, Head, Institute for Information, Telecommunication, and Media Law, University of Münster, Germany
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"Ignore the Facts, Forget the Law: European Principles in an Era of Big Data" by  Nikolaus Forgó, Institute for Legal Informatics, University of Hannover
"Ignore the Facts, Forget the Law: European Principles in an Era of Big Data" by Nikolaus Forgó, Institute for Legal Informatics, University of Hannover
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Panel Discussion "Big Data and Legal Framework" with Nikolaus Forgó, Julia Lane, Thomas Hoeren and Chair Matthew Wollard
Panel Discussion "Big Data and Legal Framework" with Nikolaus Forgó, Julia Lane, Thomas Hoeren and Chair Matthew Wollard
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"Big Data and Challenges for Research and Research Funding" by Volker Markl, Chair, Database Systems and Information Management, University of Berlin (TU)
"Big Data and Challenges for Research and Research Funding" by Volker Markl, Chair, Database Systems and Information Management, University of Berlin (TU)
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Panel Discussion "Big Data and Challenges for Research and Research Funding" with Ralph Schroeder, Stefan Winkler-Nees, Joshua M. Greenberg, David Carr and Volker Markl
Panel Discussion "Big Data and Challenges for Research and Research Funding" with Ralph Schroeder, Stefan Winkler-Nees, Joshua M. Greenberg, David Carr and Volker Markl
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Closing Remarks by Christoph Kolodziejski, VolkswagenStiftung
Closing Remarks by Christoph Kolodziejski, VolkswagenStiftung
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