After the first successful round of BDE Workshops, we are pleased to announce the second round of BDE workshops! This new round will again address each of the seven H2020 societal challenge communities, providing thus wide-ranging opportunities for active stakeholder engagement. Participation is free of charge.
The primary objective of the second round of workshops (September – December 2016) will be to showcase the seven pilot use-cases, which are well underway. The pilots will demonstrate the features and flexibility of the big data integrator platform, allowing participants to understand the potential of the stack of technologies being made avaialble by the project. In addition, further needs of workshop participants will be taken into account as a first round of feedback to improve future prototypes.
Please find below the schedule of the next BigDataEurope Workshops. Some workshops will be again be collocated with established and influential related events. The presence of EC representatives is, as usual, strongly expected.
Workshop Schedule (2016)
Note: More details for each workshop, including venues, registration instructions and invited attendees will be announced separately. Please stay tuned and subscribe to our newsletter, indicating the sector you are interested in.
More info will follow soon.
Side Event: EMA Big data workshop
Big Data for Food and Agriculture, DG AGRI Workshop on H2020 WP2018-20 Stakeholder Consultation
EC Info Day on Horizon 2020 “Smart Grids and Storage”
Big Data for Transport, Tisa workshop, organised by Ertico
Big Data for Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials – 2nd Workshop. Collocated with Melodies Project Event – Exploiting Open Data
EC JRC Ispra
EDDI16 Annual European DDI User Conference
Big Data in Secure Societies
Who should attend? Although we will strive not to impose a limit on participants, it is likely that venue capacity will be exceeded. Therefore applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. In particular, we encourage attendance of individuals representing:
- Research & Innovation (H2020 projects)
- EC representatives
- EU entities
- Industry (large companies, startups, SMEs)
- Public administration/Policy Makers
- Networking/Lobbying/Associations/Societal initiatives
- International Organisations
- Data community – Open Data & Data Science
- Other relevant stakeholders