We regularly organize events aimed at growing the data science community and providing skill development opportunities to students, professionals, and academics.
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Several times a year we organize meetups in different formats, from lectures to lightning talks, each followed by an opportunity for casual discussion.
The Chair for AI at our Faculty of Computer and Information Science organizes weekly talks and discussions. The talks cover a broad range of topics from AI and are open to everyone.
Complementary to our academic programs we also offer opportunities for professional skill development in all areas of data science in the form of one-day and multi-day workshops.
We are running a structured sequence of workshops called Modern data analysis. These workshops are, unless otherwise noted, in Slovene. Their goal is to educate an expert from another field, potentially without programming experience, in the essential data analysis topics (read more).
Workshops are organized periodically and on demand (at UL-FRI or on-site). To arrange a workshop or for more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also organize free monthly workshops for professionals, students, and researchers:
Visualizing Analytics with Tableau (Nov 4 2021). (read more)
Recommender Systems with Tensorflow (May 18 2021). (read more)
Introduction Apache Spark (Apr 15 2021). (read more)
Introduction to state of the art NLP (BERT and GPT) (Mar 12 2021). (read more)
Open Source (FOSS) licensing & compliance workshop (Feb 25 2021). (read more)
Modern NLP Through Large Pretrained Language Models (Sep 29 2020). (read more)
Predictive Modelling with Python (Sep 23 2020). (read more)
Recommender Systems with Tensorflow (Sep 1 2020). (read more)
Intro to Containers and Kubernetes (Feb 25 2020). (read more)
Introduction to Tidyverse (Jan 23 2020). (read more)
Introduction to network analysis with Python (Dec 10 2019). (read more)
Introduction to Mobile Sensing with Android (Dec 4 2019). (read more)
Introduction to Time Series Forecasting with Python (Oct 24 2019). (read more)
Introduction to network analysis with Python (Sep 19 2019). (read more)
summeRworkshop (Jul 25 2019). (read more)
Applied spatial data analysis (Jun 20 2019). (read more)
Parallel computation on GPUs with OpenCL (May 23 2019). (read more)
Predictive Modelling with Python (Apr 25 2019). (read more)
Introduction to Text Analysis (Feb 21 2019). (read more)
Introduction to Programming in R (Jan 31 2019). (read more)
Introduction to Probabilistic Thinking and Programming with Stan (Dec 20 2018). (read more)