Lilian Gasser

Lilian Gasser

Data Scientist
Academia
(Alumni)

Lili obtained the MSc in Statistics from ETH in 2018. She wrote her Master thesis at the Swiss Data Science Center applying topic modelling to political data. She rejoined the center in May 2020 after a year as a statistical consultant at the Seminar for Statistics at ETH. With her MSc in Chemical Engineering, she worked as a process engineer in the glass industry for several years. She is interested in interdisciplinary projects where data science can help uncover new insights.

Projects

EXPECTmine

In Progress
Mining Toxicity and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Data for Linking Exposures to Effects
Energy, Climate & Environment

MLTox

In Progress
Enhancing toxicological testing through machine learning
Energy, Climate & Environment

MSEI

Completed
Molecular structure elucidation by integrating different data mining strategies
Energy, Climate & Environment

DemocraSci

Completed
A research platform for Data-Driven Democracy Studies in Switzerland
Digital Administration

Citizen-Controlled

Completed
Citizen-controlled Data Science for Multiple Sclerosis Research
Biomedical Data Science

Publications

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January 24, 2024

ADORE | A benchmark dataset in ecotoxicology to foster the adoption of machine learning

ADORE | A benchmark dataset in ecotoxicology to foster the adoption of machine learning

Applying machine learning to ecotoxicology could help reduce the number of animal tests, costs, and animals sacrificed while preserving the accuracy of the in vivo tests.
November 30, 2023

A simple dashboard facilitates the work of parliamentary services

A simple dashboard facilitates the work of parliamentary services

The SDSC has developed a dashboard with which parliamentary services can calculate the composition of the committees of the National Council.
December 21, 2018

A trip through Swiss politics and history

A trip through Swiss politics and history

Our aim is to create a database of who said what and when in both chambers of the Swiss parliament over the past 127 years. The Swiss Federal Archives recently carried out the digitalization of the proceedings of both the National Council and the Council of States. Thanks to these efforts, we can now openly access over 40,000 documents pertaining to all votes, speeches, laws, amendments to laws, etc., from 1891 to the present day.

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