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Archive: December 2015 (Analytics Network)


Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015
Sayara Beg

Analytics Network visits Cranfield University

Venue:  Building 53 Seminar Room, Cranfield University
Speaker: Sayara Beg and Daniel Sanders
Date: Wednesday, 06 January 2016 at 14:00 - 16:45

Visit of Sayara Beg (chair) and other members of the Operational Research Society’s Analytics Network (http://www.analytics-network.co.uk/ ) to Cranfield University
 
6th January Building 53 Seminar Room, Cranfield University
 
Host Daniel Sandars (daniel.sandars@cranfield.ac.uk)
 
Agenda
  • 14:00-14:30 Arrivals
  • 14:30-14:40 Introductions
  • 14:40-14:55 Sayara Beg, Analytics Network = Presentation & Discussion:
    • 'A picture can say a thousand words; what can (Big) data tell us?'
  • 14:55-15:10 Dr. Stan Maklan, Reader in Strategic Marketing, School of Management, Discussion: Making sense of “big data”
  • 15:10-15:30 Dr Nikolaos Tapoglou, Hongmei He, School of Aerospace, Transport, and Manufacturing = Presentations & Discussions:
    • 1.Through-Life Data Analysis and Visualisation
    • 2.Secure Cloud and Big data analytics
  • 15:30-16:20 Dr Simon Jude, Professor Jim Harris, Dr David Parsons, Dr Ron Corstanje, Daniel Sandars, School of Energy, Environment, and Agrifood = Presentations & Discussions:
    • 1.Data, Risk And Environmental Analytical Methods (DREAM) Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT)
    • 2.Agriecological Informatics
    • 3.Harnessing the Cattle Tracing Service and other big datasets to develop better disaggregated structural models of farming for better greenhouse gas inventory estimation
  • 16:20-16:30 Dr Jörn Mehnen, School of Aerospace, Transport, and Manufacturing Presentations & Discussions:
    • 1.“Mind Palace”
    • 2.National EPSRC Centre for Through-Life Services
  • 16:30-16:40 Sayara Beg/ Daniel SandarsSumming up –ideas to take forward
  • 16:40 Close
?Joining Instructions
Instructions for finding Cranfield Campus are here https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/About/Locations-and-contacts/How-to-find-Cranfield and the campus address is College Road, Cranfield, MK43 0AL, Bedfordshire.
 
Once on campus
A map of the central campus: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/~/media/Files/Arrivals_Registrations_Maps_Directions/Maps_locations/a4_campus_091215.ashx?la=en
 
If you have a car then please go to the main reception in building 26 to obtain a car parking permit. Building 26 lies at the top left of grid D3 on the campus map
 
The meeting will take place in the seminar room of building 53 (The Bullock Building), which is located on the corner at c/d 3/4 coordinates. In building there is a phone in the stair well to call the host Daniel Sandars on 2757 or on his 07412 926024 to gain access to the seminar room.


Saturday, 5 Dec 2015
Sayara Beg

The Data Science Speakers club has five O.R.Society sponsored membership spaces remaining before we reach a total of 20 founding members of the first Data Science Speakers Club to formally charter with Toastmasters International.

If you want to go down in history, as one of the 20 founding members of the first ever Data Science Speakers club then this is your chance now.

The Data Science Speakers club has been formed to help specialists who need to master the art of delivering technical presentations to both non-technical audiences and technical audiences. This could be anything from delivering a technical proposal to secure funding, explaining technical detail (of a fault to be fixed or a opportunity to be exploited) to a non-technical audience from whom approval to proceed is needed.

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and so on.......

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Simply fill out the contact details of this membership form, and sign the second page (ignore the financial bit, we do that for you) http://bit.ly/1y27mBY and hand it to the VPM at the next club meeting or email membership@datasciencespeakers.org the scanned version of the form and confirmation of a transfer £60* to the Data Science Speakers Club account using these details:http://bit.ly/1BhAshP and a new members pack will be given you to get you started with your speaking and leadership roles at the next club meeting.

The Club meets near Old Street, in the Crypt of St Johns Church of Hoxton on Pitfield Street, N1 every Monday fortnight from 18:30 - 20:30, and the next meeting is on 7th December.

*The subscription is £10 per month (£4 subs to Toastmasters Headquarters, £5 room hire fee for two meetings per month, £1 exchange rate/commission charges as payments are made in $ to Toastmasters International). Founding members will not have to pay the new members joining fee of £15, as this has been paid for by The O. R. Society.

See more:http://www.datasciencespeakers.org or www.datasciencespeakers.toastmasterclub.org



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