Science outreach and public engagement

I have participated in science outreach activities with “I’m a scientist, get me out of here” and their Christmas edition “I’m a Mathematician, get me out of here“. Through these programs I tried to inspire school students towards a STEM career and gave them a simple overview of machine learning and the interpretable models my collaborators and I develop. I urge all scientists who love to talk about their research to give this a try.

And here you can find my profiles for the above two programs, along with the answers I wrote to the questions asked by the school students.
1.) I’m a Scientist profileΒ 
Here are some excerpts from that activity

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2) I’m a Mathematician profile

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3) That apart I also took part in another outreach program called ‘Skype a scientist‘.

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4) I also enjoy science-writing.  That’s why I submitted an article for a student magazine called Periodiek, run by the students of Mathematics and Physics (FMN )

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And here is the link to some amazing lectures on machine learning by my supervisors and collaborators: ML from the experts