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Data Science Forum | Dr. Juliane Jarke

Organizer: Data Science Center
Location: Zoom
Start Time: 17. June 2021, 12:00
End Time: 17. June 2021, 13:00

About the Data Science Forum
The Data Science Forum offers scientists from all disciplines and faculties the opportunity to present and discuss their research, interests, and challenges related to data science in front of an interdisciplinary audience. All topics in the field of data science can be addressed including general aspects of big data and data-intensive research, the development of state-of-the-art data science methods such as artificial intelligence, the application of data science methods in various research areas as well as the investigation of legal, ethical, and social aspects.

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About the Speaker
Juliane Jarke is a senior researcher at the Institute for Information Management (ifib) and the Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research (ZeMKI) of the University of Bremen. Her research focuses on public sector innovation, digital (in)equalities and participatory design. Prior to Bremen, she worked as a research associate at the Centre for the Study of Technology and Organisation at Lancaster University. In 2013, she completed her PhD in Organisation, Work and Technology at Lancaster University Management School which is part of a vivid STS community across Lancaster University. Prior to her PhD studies, she earned degrees in MSc Information Technology, Management and Organisational Change (Lancaster University); MA Philosophy (Hamburg University) and BSc Informatics (Hamburg University). Since 2009, Juliane Jarke serves as an independent expert to the European Commission within the areas eInfrastructures, Data Infrastructures and Digital Science.

Juliane Jarke is a co-founder of the DSC. She is particularly interested in the increasing relevance of data science for society and the related implications (e.g. in terms of transparency, accountability, in(equalities) as well as design opportunities. She is currently Co-PI of a 3-year research project examining the increasing datafication of education.