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SNiC is coming

Oh hello there,

Are you as excited for this week as I am? Believe it or not, we are finally going to the SNiC! On Wednesday morning we will be leaving for Utrecht together with the study association ASCI to go to CreativIT. Prepare for a full day of interesting speakers and topics ranging from Deepfakes to learning how to Code like a DJ. On top of this, we have you covered 😉 with breakfast on the bus and we'll again be having a Bingo to play during the conference.

But, this is not all! On Monday, FCG is hosting the third lecture for their Machine Learning Fortnight. In this one, Weaviate: Vector Databases, you can discover the secrets behind vector embeddings and their applications, all while gaining insights into recommendation systems and zero-shot classification with large language models (LLMs). As with the other ones, you can join this, even if you are not taking part in the competition.

Sinterklaas has arrived last weekend, so it is time to leave our shoes around, in the hopes, that a present will appear in it. During next weeks Schoenzetten TAD you will have the opportunity to create and decorate a paper shoe to leave in the room. Perhaps you will find something sweet inside the next day, who knows.

Are you struggeling with getting used to LaTeX? On Thursday and Friday StudCee is hosting a workshop to help you out. Here you will get some time to practice and get help with the things you are struggeling with.

On Friday the long awaited Machine Learning Fortnight Finale is finally here, after two weeks of intense competition and innovation. The winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony and the top teams will be able to give short, captivating presentations about their projects.

Afterwards, we will end the week on a high note with the JumpXL Evening organised by ActiviTee. Trampolining is a unique skill that requires a lot of spring in your step, so make sure to sign up and practice!

Auf Wiedersehen, Jellybean!

Tabea <3

We want you to be in a committee!

⚠️ Here is a cool thingy for our new members: Ever heard of a committee? A committee is a group of friends that work towards a common goal. You can learn about all sorts of topics such as budgeting, planning, sponsoring, and much more! See the website for a complete overview of committees that are looking for members!

IntroCee is renewing! IntroCee is the committee in charge of organising the Introduction Week. The IntroWeek is the first week of uni that is filled with events for the first years for them to discover the university, Cover and to facilitate meeting new people. The main events during the week are the introductory barbecue and of course the IntroCamp: the weekend of fun and games! If you enjoyed your IntroCamp in your year and want to share that experience with the future first years, you can do so through IntroCee! Even if you didn't attend the IntroCamp, IntroCee is a great committee to make an unforgettable event for the first years!

Are you interested in joining a committee? Don't hesitate to contact Luca, our Commissioner of Internal Affairs!

Nice to know

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On November the 30th, Traineelink and Career Services RUG are organizing the Traineemarkt in Groningen, an event that can assist students in discovering traineeship opportunities and getting acquainted with organizations in the North of the Netherlands. During the Traineemarkt,there is also the opportunity to have professional LinkedIn photos taken and get their CV checked. The event is open access from 13:00 to 17:00 and is happening at the Duisenberg building (Nettelbosje 2, Groningen). You can register here.


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