The workshop is part of the Radio Astronomy for Development in the Americas (RADA) Big Data program, which is jointly funded by the UK Newton Fund and the Ministerio de Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones de Colombia.
The workshop combines lectures and tutorials on data science across the three RADA key themes of Astronomy, Health and Agriculture. Students will also undertake team data science projects across the three themes during the workshop, supported by an international group of tutors from the UK and Colombia.
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