Register your interest in computational methods spring school

NCRM news
Ed Grover

Researchers interested in computational social science are being invited to express their interest in a spring school that will be held in April 2023.

The NCRM/Exeter Computational Communication Methods Spring School is being hosted by the University of Exeter and supported by NCRM.

The event, which will take place at the university on 17-27 April 2023, will provide training at introductory and advanced levels.

It will also provide an opportunity to meet others working in this area, develop a community and provide researchers an opportunity to progress their own research.

The first four days of the school will be an introduction to machine learning and text analysis. This will be followed by advanced sessions in social media analysis, image analysis and a session on ethics and reproducibility.

It is the second year the spring school has taken place. Participants at the 2022 event highlighted how the training opened up new opportunities for their research, allowed for participants to interact informally with other researchers and the trainers and was in a beautiful setting.

In addition to NCRM’s support, the 2023 event is being sponsored by the University of Exeter’s Q-Step Centre and Institute for Data Science and AI. NCRM bursaries are available.

Register your interest in the spring school