Tableau Software, in partnership with the University of Leeds and the Consumer Data Research Centre, is hosting a full-day workshop exclusively for staff and students at Universities around the UK.
Tableau Software helps people see and understand data. Learn data visualisation best practices and receive hands-on training session delivered by Tableau experts.
Please note that only emails ending .ac.uk will be taken into account for the registration.
Who teaches the programme?
Roy Ruddle, Professor of Computing, University of Leeds
Roy has worked in both industry and academia, and specialises in research into new user interfaces and visualization techniques for high-definition workstation and Powerwall displays. His research spans application domains as diverse as web browsing, petrophysics and health, and his Leeds Virtual Microscope (LVM) is being commercialised by the healthcare company Roche. Roy currently leads the QuantiCode “Making Sense of Data” project that is funded by the EPSRC and has seven public sector and commercial partners from the health, retail and data centre sectors.
Thierry Driver, Academic Programs – EMEA – Tableau Software
Born and raised in Mauritius, Thierry has migrated to London to join Tableau 3 years ago where he manages the Academic Programs in Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). Prior to his arrival at Tableau, Thierry had been living in France for more than 10 years and he has a strong experience in the Higher Education Sector, where he was previously in charge of promoting the Master in Management program at one of the best Business Schools in Europe, HEC Paris. He also previously managed the Postgraduate programs at another French Business School, SKEMA Business School.
In his role at Tableau, Thierry has been visiting over 100 Universities across various countries in the region to give lectures on data visualization and demoing Tableau Desktop.
Is this course for me?
The workshop is open to University staff and students, irrelevant of their level of knowledge on Tableau.
For further information, please contact Kylie Norman.