Switzerland! Home of chocolate, fondue, and data science! Since 2017 a network of Swiss-based data scientists have volunteered their skills and time to advance socially-positive outcomes. In late 2020 we partnered with CorrelAid to found CorrelAid Switzerland.
We work with non-profits and socially-conscious organisations, to help them use their data to increase their impact. Our network collects data scientists with wide-ranging experience, from students to seasoned professionals. In addition to data science projects, we run educational events, social meetups and hack sessions.
CorrelAid Switzerland provides no-cost data science services to non-profits and organisations with a positive social mission, with the explicit goal of deploying and maintaining services for long-lasting impact for the non-profit.
We are currently expanding our core team, and always looking for people willing to help organise! Please get in contact with us if you’d like to join up.
Specific current needs:
- Marketing and social media lead
- Funding business development lead
- Event organiser lead
After several years working as a researcher in Neuroscience, Dylan left academia, joined a tech startup, and founded a Data Science for Good group based in Basel. He hopes that CorrelAid Switzerland will allow him to make a positive impact on the world.
As a researcher at the University of Basel, Dirk investigates people’s cognition and decision making. In his spare time, he runs data science trainings for academics and industry professionals as The R Bootcamp and spreads the word on the benefits of data-driven decision making.
Yiran is a PhD candidate in organizational behavior at University of Lausanne. Before she came to Switzerland, she worked with the Dutch chapter and co-founded Correlaid Nederland. She’s passionate about helping others realize the power of data science and applying it to create more social value.
After studying Psychology and Economics, Dominik is now pursuing a PhD in Economic Psychology at the Center for Philanthropy Studies in Basel, where he is studying social preferences. CorrelAid Switzerland allows him to combine two of his favorite things: trying to make the world a better place and working with data.
As a PhD candidate at the University of Zurich, Ivo investigates societal polarization. He is passionate about data literacy and using data science to help fostering social change.
Business Data Science by the day, data 4 good-er by passion. Interested in clean tech. I come with background in Computer Science, Business and Economics and want to help save the planet and help people live healthy.