Data Science Summit 2017

Date:
04 December
Time:
10:00 - 17:00
Location:
TU/e, Auditorium, De Blauwe Zaal
Subscription:
From 12 September
Organizer:
DSC/e (Data Science Center Eindhoven)
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The Annual Data Science Summit, organized by DSC/e takes place in the Auditorium of the TU/e in Eindhoven on December 4, 2017. During the day we present our main research programs in a number of inspiring talks and through posters and demos on these topics. The goal of the summit is to further increase the cooperation between TU/e researchers and external parties, both industry as well as (semi) government. For this reason, there is sufficient time for discussion and networking during and after the event.

 

Our five research programs which we present during the day are:

During this day you can connect with researchers and practitioners to discuss the state of the art in Data Science research on these applications. In the poster and demo sessions you can learn first-hand from core practitioners and contributors how to correctly and efficiently extract the knowledge & insights from data. The Data Science Summit inspires and gives directions for solving your specific challenges. 

There will be poster sessions with concrete cases and solutions. We will show also several practical tools and techniques that are currently available to help solve real world problems. Obviously, we will end the day with extensive networking drinks.

Attending the day is free of charge, however we have to charge €25 for no-shows (to cover costs of drinks, lunch and snacks that are not consumed). Registration is open, so you can reserve your seat now.

StartTopicSpeakerTitle
9:00Registration & coffee  
10:00OpeningIsolde Hallensleben 
10:15KeynoteRakash Agrawal (Data Insights Laboratories)Big data or big garbage? A tale of a research journey for real-time business intelligence
11:00Coffee & posters  
11:30Smart Manufacturing & MaintenanceJoep Stokkermans (Nexperia)Smart Manufacturing: the organization towards organism
12:15Internet of ThingsRoberto Minerva (Telecom Sud Paris)The quest for data and the virtual continuum
13:00Lunch & posters  
14:15Customer JourneyStefan Kramer (Johannes Gutenburg University Mainz)The best privacy defense is a good privacy offense: obfuscating a search user's profile
15:00Health AnalyticsLeone Flikweert (PAZIO)Access to your own medical data: a matter of trust
15:45Quantified SelfDerek Karssenberg (Utrecht University)Quantifying the exposome: challenges and solutions in geocomputation
16:30Networking & drinks