On 21 May 2021 the second scientific colloquium of DTU DRIVEN took place. 20 PhD students presented recent updates on their research projects in data-driven modelling for a wide range of different application domains. The colloquium gave a podium to all three thematic clusters of the DTU: Computational Physics and Engineering Sciences, Computational Biology and Life Sciences, Computational Behavioural and Social Sciences. The event was organised in hybrid fashion combining on-site/remote presentations and poster discussions. During the DTU General Assembly the members discussed the current status and progress of doctoral training activities under the pandemic situation but also upcoming activities for the next few months.