eScience Center - Lorentz Competition

Each year, the Netherlands eScience Center and the Lorentz Center invite researchers to join the eScience Center – Lorentz competition. The workshop should bring together researchers and experts from the academic community and the public/ private sector.

The winner will organize a workshop at the Lorentz Center@Snellius in Leiden, the Netherlands.

 

What we seek
• an innovative scientific case, that takes us beyond current boundaries
• an open and interactive format, with few lectures
• at least one scientific organizer based within and one outside the Netherlands
• at least one scientific organizer from academia and one from the public/private sector


What we offer
• a 5-day workshop for up to 25 people
• contributions from one or more experts from the eScience Center
• travel and accommodation reimbursements
• no registration fees or other organizational costs
• professional organizational support, under the philosophy ‘you do the research, we do the rest’
• Hybrid format also an option

                   

Contact

Programme Management Netherlands eScience Center, lorentz-calls@esciencecenter.nl
Henriette Jensenius, scientific manager Lorentz Center, jensenius@lorentzcenter.nl

 
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Previous Lorentz-eScience call winners

 

2022

The Dietary Digital twin (DDtwin)
Ilja Arts
Natal van Riel
Lydia Afman
Alwine Kardinaal
Ronald Visschers
Sarah Berry

 

and

 

Digital Bastards for a Climate Resilient Delta
Femke Vossenpoel
Stef Lhermitte
Rolf Hut
Marjolijn Haasnootu
Xiaoxiang Zhu

 

2021
Boosting (sub) seasonal forecasts with Explainable AI
Dim Coumou, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Maurice Schmeits, Royal Netherlands Meterological Institute (KNMI)
Daniela Domeissen, ETH-Zurich
Jakob Runge, DLR Institute of Data Science
Michael Scheuerer, Norwegian Computing Center

 

2020

Technologies for Enhanced Documentation of African Languages: creating synergies

Sara Petrollino, Leiden University

Felix Ameka, Leiden University

Daan van Esch, Google

Mmasibidi Setaka, South African Center for Digital Language Resources

Emmanuel Prof Ngue Um, University of Yaoundé 1

 

2019

Hot but Habitable: Innovating to Adapt to Heat Waves of the Future

Hunter Jones, NOAA

H.A.M. Daanen, VU Amsterdam

Joy Shumake-Guillemot, World Meteorological Organization

Peter van den Hazel, Public Helath Services Gelderland & Overijssel

 

2018

Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

Vincent Lengkeek, Joint Sigint Cyber Unit

Roy Lindelauf, NLDA The Hague
Arnout van de Rijt, Utrecht U

Paulo Shakarian, ASU Phoenix

V.S. Subrahmanian, Dartmouth College

 

2017

Crowdsourcing for Medical Image Analysis

Lora Aroyo, VU Amsterdam

Alessandro Bozzon, Delft University of Technology

Veronika Cheplygina, Eindhoven University of Technology
Danna Gurari, UT Austin

Zoltán Szlávik, IBM Amsterdam

 

2016

eWUDAPT: Bringing eScience to Urban Climate Mapping and Modelling

Alexander Baklanov, WMO Geneva

Bert Holtslag, Wageningen UR

Gerald Mills, UCD Dublin
Gert-Jan Steeneveld, Wageningen UR

Natalie Theeuwes, University of Reading

 

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