7th May — Official London Conference, University College London

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Attend University College London on 7th May where the Big Data Week London team will host and chair a day of case studies, presentations, community showcases and debates with the UK data Community. There will be a community segment to the day, with speakers from across all the UK Data Meetup communities speaking about their passion and making this an interactive day for all.

Whether you’re a newbie to the concept of Big Data or you’re an experienced Data Scientist, this one day event will educate you in many aspects of this growing sector and demonstrate what’s really possible with data.

Names Attending: Economist, IBM, Unbuntu, Affectv, O’Reilly Strata


9.30am Coffee and Registration
10.00am Welcome and introductions
Ben Lorica Chief Data Scientist, O’Reilly Strata
10.05am Kenneth Cukier, Data Editor of The Economist
10.30am Internet of Things: Dave Starling – Chief Architect Picsolve
10.50am Quantified Self: Ruth Thomson, Cambridge Consultants
11.10am Future Cities: Edward Bryan, Vice President Smarter Cities Development, IBM
11.30am Coffee break
Session Theme: Quantified Self
11.50am Pravin Paratey, CTO, Affectv
12.10pm Bigstep & Splunk joint presentation: Big Data and Social Media
12.30pm Toby Oliver, CTO Path Intellihgence
12.50pm Lunch
Session Theme: Internet of Things
2.00pm Maarten Ectors, Strategy Director IOT, Unbuntu
2.20pm James Robinson, CTO OpenSignal
2.50pm Matt Webb – Co-Founder Berg
3.10pm BREAK
Community Speaker Sessions
3.30pm Phil Harvey – CTO DataShaka
3.50pm Michael Cutler – CTO Cofounder of data science startup TUMRA
4.10pm TBC
4.30pm Closing comments
Event continues from 6pm at Ketchum.

Buy tickets here

(Image Credit: Steve Cadman)

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