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Workshop on Big Data in SC5 Climate Action & Environment

November 6 - November 7

Free

We are pleased to invite you to a two-day even entitled “Collective Awareness Platform on
Data Needs, Citizens’ Participation and Big Regulatory Society Challenges:
A Worldwide Exploitation of Emerging Technologies” to take place on 6-7 November 2017 in Brussels, co-organised by BDE and JRC-Ispra.

The BDE SC5 workshop on data-scientific methods for inverse source-term estimation during nuclear or radiological events will take place on the 1st day of the event.

Due to the event taking place at the EC CDMA Building, it is important to register before showing up.

Free Registration

Agenda

Day 1: 6 November 2017

09:00-09:30 Welcome by the organisers and identification of expectations
Session 1: The 2nd BigDataEurope Societal Challenge 5 (SC5) pilot
09:30-10:10 Big Data Policy at the European Commission
  TBC
10:10-10:50 The role of the 5th Societal Challenge in the BigDataEurope project
  TBC
10:50-11:20 Coffee break and networking
11:20-12:00 The 2nd SC5 pilot: Background and Rationale
  Spyros Andronopoulos, National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”
12:00-12:40 The 2nd SC5 Pilot: An Overview
  Andreas Ikonomopoulos, National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”
12:40-13:30 Lunch break and networking
Session 2: Invited Talks on Big Data Applications
13:30-14:10 Big Data applications in emergency response and management
  Patrick Armand, Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission, France
14:10-14:50 Supporting Agile Research on the Boundaries of Data and Computing
  Iraklis Klampanos, National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Greece
14:50-15:30 Nuclear Emergency Response and Big Data Technologies
  Wolfgang Raskob, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
15:30-15:45 Coffee break and networking
15:45-16:30 Round table and open discussion on “The present and future of data-driven emergency response in meeting Societal Challenge 5”

Day 2: 7 November 2017

Session 3: Experience from Citizens Living Labs and Climate Change requirements

  • CITI-SENSE: Citizen-based air quality monitoring using networks of low-cost sensors
  • Introduction to H2020-SC5-2015 projects on Environment including climate change
  • Citizen technologies of environmental monitoring with innovative sensors
  • Matching climate change to adequate solutions for citizens needs at urban level & the importance of green areas and of behavioural change

Session 4: Tailored technological needs for International Exploitation

  • Megacities and the Burden of their Environmental problems
  • Threats or opportunities from megacities
  • Technologies for Climate and Health
  • Environmental Technologies for future Regulatory Needs

Session 5: Synergies and Opportunities for the remaining H2020 calls and beyond

  • DG CONNECT, Call H2020-ICT-2014-1, Topic ICT-15-2014 – Big data and Open Data Innovation and take-up
  • EASME SC5-Environment including climate change (aims and prospective thematic areas)
  • ICT Calls on Environment and Health
  • ERC funding statistics and upcoming projects on Physica Sciences and Engineering

Round Table & Open Discussions: Synergies with International Initiatives and Organisations.


*Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials

Details

Start:
November 6
End:
November 7
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Organizer

BDE-SC5

Venue

CDMA Building
21 Marsveldstraat
Brussels, Belgium
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