For its fourth edition, the second held in Wallonia, the Big Data Week will focus on lessons learned, according to the business and technological perspectives. This year’s event will present case studies and feedback from professionals who have implemented these technologies. The conference is scheduled on Tuesday November 24th, 14h at CETIC.
|14h15||Big Data: a potential to be exploited|
|14h15 - The local ecosystem of Big Data, Robert Viseur (CETIC)|
|14h40 - Big Analytics: a tool for for better performance and decision support, Pierre-Paul-FARES (NRB)|
|15h05||Feedback from health and biotech sectors|
|15h30 - Cytomine, Collaborative analysis of multi-gigapixel images, Grégoire VINCKE, Scientific Coordinator (ULG)|
|15h55 - Distributed machine-learning in action : genomic analysis case study, Xavier TORDOIR, Co-founder (DATAFELLAS)|
|16h20 - UCL-ICTEAM & IBA : Big Data technologies applied to protontherapy, Benoît MACQ, Professor (UCL-ICTEAM)|
|17h15||Business applications, from data collection to data exploitation|
|17h15 - Yellow cabs vs Uber : Big Data comparative study & the "OpenStreetCab" tool, Renaud LAMBIOTTE, Professor (UNamur)|
|17h40 - Collection and enrichment of large customer datasets in B2C marketing : what’s behind the door?, Olivier SIMONIS, CEO (Qualifio)|
|18h05 - Big Data from Space : acquisition and automated treatment of large volumes of high resolution satellite images, for polio eradication in Nigeria, Vincent TIGNY, Business Development Manager Earth Observation (GIM)|
|18h30 - Big Data and IoT to optimise energy consumption, Jonathan HUBEAU, Managing Partner (OPINUM)|
Tickets are free. It is however required to subscribe. Book your ticket here
Most presentations will be held in French.
The event will take place at CETIC: Access