The ODISSEI Conference for Social Science in the Netherlands seeks to bring together a community of computational social scientists to discuss data, methods, infrastructure, ethics and theoretical work related to digital and computational approaches in social science research.
On Tuesday 26 September between 14-15 hrs, Germans Savcisens, Ph.D. fellow at the Technical University of Denmark (Section for Cognitive Systems), will give an online lecture on Using Sequences of Life-events to Predict Human Lives. We present a life2vec model that uses this similarity to adapt innovations from natural language processing to examine the evolution and predictability of human lives based on day-to-day event sequences.
The ODISSEI Social Data Science (SoDa) team offers SoDa fellowships for early career social scientists. Applicants can submit proposals for projects in the social sciences for which a data science or data-related problem needs to be solved.