data j lab on tour

The Data J Lab is often on tour because we love to swap thoughts on data journalism practice and research as well as to learn and network with other people passionate about data analysis and news. In this page we keep track of the forthcoming and past adventures.


Data Journalism at Media Fast Forward – Brussels, 4 December 2014

Data J Lab’s Hille van der Kaa and Stefania Milan have been invited to speak at Media Fast Foward, organized by VRT Research & Innovation. Check further info here.

VVOJ Conference – Kortrijk (Belgium), 7-8 November 2014

Data J Lab’s Hille van der Kaa and Stefania Milan feature in the program of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists (De Vlaams-Nederlandse Vereniging van Onderzoeksjournalisten). Stefania, in particular, will engage participating journalists in a cybersecurity training.

Workshop on Data Journalism: Transforming Data Into Stories – Madrid, 25-27 October 2013

We are proud to announce that our project Climate Finance Maps, a spin-off of our Climate Data Lab, has been selected for the participation in the workshop “Transforming Data Into Stories”, organized by Medialab-Prado. The project explores complex climate change trends from the perspectives of international finance and global climate policy. The goal is to combine data from several sources to create a series of interactive maps, making these data accessible to the public and policy makers alike. Climate Finance Maps is a project of Data J Lab together with Inter Press Service and Overseas Development Institute.

beeld-VVOJconf2013VVOJ Conference – Zwolle (NL), November 16th, 2013

On November 16th, 2013, a group of 15 faculty and students of the Data J Lab will take part in the annual conference of the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists (De Vlaams-Nederlandse Vereniging van Onderzoeksjournalisten), the Dutch-Flemish Association of Investigative Journalists, in Zwolle, the Netherlands. We will set up a data journalism lab in the core of the conference, where  can fly our drones, dance with our robots, but most importantly talk to and learn from our data analysis and visualization experts.