BIDSA
Our aim is to promote and conduct theoretical and applied research that addresses challenging issues arising from the analysis of large-scale datasets and the modeling of the underlying complex phenomena. We are building a community of high-profile scholars to bridge the gap across Data Science disciplines and support the training of the new generation of data scientists by providing them with advanced statistical, mathematical and computational skills.

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ROOM: AS03
19/09/2019 h.12.30
BIDSA Seminar: “Learning and exploiting low-dimensional structure in high-dimensional data”
BIDSA Seminar Series Fall 2019 - “Learning and exploiting low-dimensional structure in high-dimensional data” - David Dunson, Duke University
ROOM 3.E4.SR03
10/07/2019 h.12.30
Blockchain Initiative Inaugural Lecture: Anonymity in Cryptocurrencies
BIDSA Blockchain Initiative's Inaugural Lecture presented by Sarah Meiklejohn (University College London)
Roentgen Building
17/10/2019 h.09.00
Call for papers - Conference on Alternative Datasets for Macro Analysis and Monetary Policy
Banque de France and Bocconi University conference on Alternative Datasets for Macro Analysis and Monetary Policy
Velodromo building
18/06/2019 h.18.30
Stats Under the Stars 2019
Stats Under the Stars (SUS) is a hackathon for young Data Scientists, where the teams have a whole night to compete in the analysis of a real-world analytics problem, provided by a business company.

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