In Sociologie Magazine, Rense Corten (Utrecht University) writes about the future of empirical sociology, including the role that research infrastructures such as ODISSEI play.
CBS – ODISSEI Microdata Meeting: Beyond the limits of the CBS RA environment: efficient programming and the ODISSEI Secure Supercomputer
On Monday 16 May, from 14-15 hrs (CET), Erik-Jan van Kesteren (UU) will present on the ways in which you can deal with the computational limits of the Remote Access environment.
The new E-data has been published in February. Read in issue about the unveiling of SURF’s new supercomputer, about multigenerational research on the population of Suriname, and more about data in research in the social sciences and humanities.
ODISSEI aims to support social scientists in a variety of ways. Read about the ways in which Scientific Manager Kasia Karpinska tries to bridge the gap between the infrastructure and its users.
Join the ODISSEI Social Data Science Team for their monthly Data Drop-in, where you can ask all your data-related questions that may come up in research projects.
Thijs Lindner (EUR) had a new research idea of which he wanted to explore the feasibility. To find out how realistic his plans were, he approached the ODISSEI Social Data Science (SoDa) Team.
ODISSEI and the Netherlands eScience Center work together to provide researchers with in-kind support to execute their innovative social science research projects. They do this through the annual award of ODISSEI eScience Grants. Following the 2021 call for proposals, five projects have been awarded with three months of in-kind support by Research Software Engineers of…
On Thursday 9 December from 12:00 to 13:00, dr. Eelke Heemskerk will give a lecture on POPNET: Population Scale Social Network Analysis.
On Tuesday 26 October, dr. Paulina Pankowska (VU Amsterdam) presents her research on the use of hidden Markov models to produce consistent statistics with inconsistent sources.
In the morning of the ODISSEI Community Conference, there will be parallel sessions for invited participants: those who build ODISSEI, those who are in other ways closely involved in its development, and those who are working in projects in closely related fields. These sessions will focus on recent developments and future challenges and will be…