The 2019 CSCDS Research Slam & Networking Lunch
May 8th from 9:30am-1:00pm in Thomson House Ballroom (3rd floor).
This event brings together researchers from the social, cultural, and computational sciences for a half-day, multi-disciplinary collaborative event. We welcome all students, researchers, and professionals who are interested in social and cultural data science. Lunch is provided.
The 2019 CSCDS Research Slam & Networking Lunch was held on Wednesday May 8th from 9:30am to 1:00pm in the Thomson House Ballroom (3rd floor).
This event brings together researchers from the social, cultural, and computational sciences for a half-day, multi-disciplinary collaborative event, with the goal of informing, inspiring, and connecting.
View photos from the 2019 Research Slam here. Resource presentation slides are linked below.
Research Presenters & Topics
We are excited to announce the 2019 research presentations, who are eligible for CSCDS Seed Grants.
Dr. Dimitra Panagiotoglou
|"The Unintended Consequences of British Columbia's Response to the Opioid Overdose Crisis"|
|Benjamin LeBrun||"Investigating Bias in Spotify’s Editorially-Curated Playlists"|
"Linking Pixels to Pastoral Households: Measuring the Impact of Land Tenure Change on Rangeland Governance"
|Etienne Gagnon & Alex Xin Tong Wang||"Friends Tweet About Friends: Detecting Groups Within Political Parties from Twitter Communication"|
|Peter Ball & Hannah Peterson||"Computationally Quantifying Queer Dynamics in Fanfiction: a large-scale analysis of Archive of Our Own"|
|Yaolong Ju & Sam Howes||"The Evolution of Common-Practice Harmony in Baroque Music: A Computational Study of Four-Voice Choral Music"|
|Yaolong Ju (Seed Grant Recipient 2017)||"Automatic Harmonic Analysis for Symbolic Music Using Deep Learning"|
|Michelle Dimitris (Seed Grant Recipient 2017)||"Examining Trends in Authorship of Global Health Research"|
We are also excited to announce our 2019 presentations from local social & cultural data science resources and organizations.
|Anita Parmar & Jacob Errington||Building 21||See presentation slides here|
|Tim Elrick||McGill Geographic Information Centre||See presentation slides here|
|Jeffry Archer||McGill Library Data Resources||Library research data services|
|Celine Le Bourdais||Quebec Inter-University Centre for Social Statistics (QICSS/CIQSS)||See presentation slides here|
|Amelie Quesnel-Vallee||Centre on Population Dynamics||See presentation slides here|