21 Mar 2023
17:00  - 18:30

University of Basel, Kollegienhaus, Aula, Petersplatz 1, 4001 Basel

Responsible Digital Society Research Network

Local (Government) Data in Research

Presentations and panel discussion

On March 22, the PARIS21 Spring Meeting will take place in Basel on the topic «Going local to leave no one behind: The role of subnational data». On the evening before, the Responsible Digital Society Research Network of the University of Basel is organising a public event.


17:00 s.t. Welcome

17:05 Presentations

Prof. Dr. Christine Alewell, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Basel
“Big data for soil health assessment: from global erosion modelling to local
remote mapping approaches”
Prof. Dr. Giusi Moffa, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Basel
“From real-world data to intervention effects: tales from the health sciences”
Prof. Dr. Lukas Rosenthaler, Digital Humanities Lab, University of Basel
“The Digital Transformation in the Humanities - Open Data as an Opportunity
for Culture and Society”

18:00 Panel Discussion: Open (Government) Data in Research
• Prof. Dr. Christine Alewell, Univ. Basel
• Jonas Bieri, Head of Data and Process Management at the Statistical Office
of the Canton Basel-Stadt
• Prof. Dr. Giusi Moffa, Univ. Basel
• Prof. Dr. Lukas Rosenthaler, Univ. Basel


Andreas Amsler, former Lead of Open Government Data at the Canton Zurich

The event is followed by an apéro. No registration required.

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