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.
ODISSEI welcomes proposals for presentations on computational social science to be given at its conference on 2 November 2023 in Utrecht.
ODISSEI is the Dutch national infrastructure for social sciences. To introduce ODISSEI to a wider public, a video highlighting ODISSEI’s mission and vision, made by Sensu, is now available online. You can watch it here.
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. The second Call for proposal is currently open
On 18 November, the ODISSEI Community Conference took place. The photo’s and livestream are now online.
The programme of the ODISSEI Community Conference is available online here, including sessions on innovating Computational Social Science research projects, Open Science with Secure Data, and Linkage of Large Datasets in the Social Sciences and Humanities. The link to the live stream can also be found here.
The ODISSEI – eScience Call 2021 supports social scientists who want to use digital techniques in their research and need help with this.
The 2021 round of the Microdata Access Grant (MAG) call opens today. The MAG offers researchers free access to CBS microdata.
ODISSEI is one of the seven large scientific infrastructures to receive a NWO financing from the national Roadmap for Large-scale Research Infrastructures. The investment will be used to accelerate development of computational social science in the Netherlands over the next five years.