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Save the planet at the HIDA Datathon

Are you a data scientist or a data scientist in training interested in climate change? Be part of the 1st HIDA Datathon on April 2-3 in Berlin

 

Are you a data scientist or a data scientist in training and want to fight climate change? We’re looking for you!

HIDA, the Helmholtz Information & Data Science Academy, organises its first Datathon for Grand Challenges on Climate Change taking place at April 2-3, 2020 in Berlin. Apply now!

Choose from interesting challenges Helmholtz scientists need your support on. Work on well-prepared datasets from satellites to weather stations and the deep sea. Get creative and employ your analytics, scientific computation, machine learning and visualization skills and come to surprising solutions together with a team of data scientists from research centers, universities and companies. Apart from great food, entertainment and a location in the heart of Berlin for everyone, our partners also have exciting and climate-friendly prizes waiting for the winners. Sounds exciting, right?

Learn more about the HIDA Datathon or apply now!


  • What? The first-ever HIDA datathon for Grand Challenges on Climate Change
  • When? 2-3 April 2020
  • Where? Berlin, Haus Ungarn, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9, 10178 Berlin
  • Who? Data scientists and data scientists in training with working knowledge in one or more of the following or other relevant  skills: data analytics, scientific computation, machine learning, data visualization. 
  • How? Apply here

 

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