LAB FOR DATA & TECHNOLOGY

ABOUT THE LAB

The Lab for Data and Technology aims to provide technical support for (interdisciplinary) research in Humanities and Social sciences. It is a hybrid lab: a physical lab is located at 2.39 (tř. Svobody 26) and a virtual lab (this website), both offering various services related to:

  • Management of data collection/analysis, research tools, and technology
  • Application of data and technology to practice
  • Open place for lab-based experimentation and quantitative research
MAJOR ACTIVITIES

Consultations


We assist researchers in troubleshooting issues on research methods and technology. We also help researchers to find proper places to store their data. 

You can approach us by walk-in or make an appointment.

Regular Events


We provide (in)formal training experience for mass audience through these formats:

• Workshops (per semester; in prep)
• Brown Bag Lecture Series (monthly; in prep)
• Reading group (biweekly; in prep)
• Course offerings

Experimentation

We provide space for lab-based experiments (joint operation with the Linguistics Lab), including these activities:

• Experimental design (e.g., stimuli creation)
• On-site experiment
• Data analysis
• Communication of research outcomes (via reading group presentation)
MEET OUR TEAM

Director

Dr. Gyu-Ho Shin, Ph.D. 
Department of Asian Studies

Consultant / Manager

in prep

Lab Monitor

Bc. Simona Čuboňová
Department of Asian Studies

Lab Monitor

Veronika Kyseláková
Department of Asian Studies

NEWS & EVENTS

Course offerings

Summer 2021

  • L2 research methods
  • Statistics for quantitative research

Winter 2021 (planned)

  • Applied NLP
  • Experimental approaches to research on language acquisition and development
Summer Course 2021
L2 Research Methods and Statistics for quantitative research
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Biweekly Reading Group
In preparation
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