Registration is open for Love Data Week 2024, taking place virtually next week, Feb. 12-16. This weeklong series of engaging talks, panel discussions, and workshops will explore how we participate in or are affected by data, including topics such as:
- How to find and use data in your research
- Ethical data sharing, management, and visualization
- Open scholarship and reproducible research
There's something for everyone, from beginners to seasoned researchers. Speakers include faculty, researchers, librarians, and other data specialists, from both inside and outside Johns Hopkins. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn, connect, and make a difference in the world of data!
The week kicks off at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 12, with opening remarks by Elisabeth M. Long, Sheridan Dean of University Libraries, Archives, and Museums, followed by keynote speaker Ana Navas-Acien, an environmental health sciences professor at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Her talk is titled "Environment, Health and Justice: The Power of Community and Interdisciplinary Science."
The closing keynote, on Friday, Feb. 16, will be given by Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Alex Szalay, an international leader in astronomy, cosmology, the science of big data, and data‐intensive computing. The talk is titled "Science in the Era of AI."
To learn more and to register, visit the data services webpage on the Sheridan Libraries website.
To subscribe to the #LoveData2024 email list, send an email with the subject "subscribe lovedataweek" to email@example.com.
If you have questions, email Johns Hopkins Data Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Love Data Week is an annual international event. This year's theme is My Kind of Data. JHU Love Data Week 2024 is organized by the Johns Hopkins Libraries: Sheridan Libraries, Welch Medical Library, Arthur Friedheim Library, APL Library, and SAIS Europe Library. It is presented in partnership with the Institute for Data-Intensive Engineering and Sciences (IDIES), Stavros Niarchos Foundation SNF Agora Institute, and Alexander Grass Humanities Institute (AGHI).