Mahmoud Abdelrazek
Mahmoud focused on two categories of teaching: ‘Databases’ discussed basic database concepts followed by an introduction to database management systems (DBMS) and database design; ‘Development Environments’ began with an introduction to the command-line interface (CLI) and the tools commonly used with it.

Tobias Lunde
Tobias is particularly interested in developing approaches to teaching digital cartography and how to communicate research ideas and conclusions effectively using maps. He designed and delivered a module at our data schools.

Meng Liu
Meng’s substantive research interest lies at the intersection of Applied Linguistics and Educational Psychology. She designed and delivered a module at our data school on Text-mining with R and doing bibliometric analysis with R.

Arild Stenberg
Arild will design and deliver a series of practical workshops in which participants will be able to rethink the graphic design of a musical score, and work with a novel set of principles to modify the spacing, layout, and position of its notes and signs for intelligibility purposes and/or artistic purposes. Delivery of workshops deferred to academic year 2022/23.

Siddharth Soni
Siddharth gave a comprehensive introduction and hands-on training for digital archival photography of a very high standard using a range of easily accessible and portable equipment.

Itamar Shatz
Itamar taught statistics in an intuitive and practical way that is accessible even for those with little or no quantitative background, giving students the confidence to engage with and use statistical methods.

Gabriel Recchia
Gabriel focused on how to communicate information in ways that support comprehension and decision-making. She taught a short course in fundamental principles of data visualisation.

Susan Qu
Susan’s research interests lie in human-environment relationships. She designed and delivered a thematic workshop on Good Data Visualisation and Graph Creation in Python.

Carleigh Morgan
Carleigh explores the historical convergences between computer science, new media, and film to investigate how the labour of animation, automation, and the material practices of film production come together at key historical moments. Carleigh will bring scholars of various disciplinary backgrounds together to explore transparency’s multidimensional logic. Delivery of workshops deferred to academic year 2022/23.

Spencer Johnston
Spencer’s work is interdisciplinary and involves developing modern formal reconstructions of interesting historical systems of logic from the medieval period. He developed teaching on topics related to computational linguistics, formal logic, and theoretical issues in computer science.

Isabelle Higgins
Isabelle ran a course titled: ‘Digital Humanities: Exploring critical, intersectional and decolonial methods’. Designed to be cross-disciplinary, theonline seminar series invited engagement from scholars from across the spectrum of disciplines that make up digital humanities.

Thomas Cowhitt
Thomas taught several different topics related to Social Network Analysis. The primary components of SNA are relational data collection, network visualisation, and modelling.



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  • Dr Mary Chester-Kadwell: mec31@cam.ac.uk
  • Dr Oliver Dunn
  • Dr Leonardo Impett
  • Dr Hugo Leal

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