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Day 2 SIDETRACK Sessions

The canal cafe was even busier on day two with no less than four separate side track sessions going on. Again the more intimate setting led to increased interaction with the crowd on a wide variety of topics. The subject of what should be included in a 'data science curriculum' caused much debate am

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  1. The canal cafe was even busier on day two with no less than four separate side track sessions going on. Again the more intimate setting led to increased interaction with the crowd on a wide range of topics. The subject of what should be included in a 'data science curriculum' caused much debate among both speakers and delegates. The afternoon sessions were made up of panels of speakers firstly on the impact of big and open data and then rounding off the side track sessions were four case studies. These included such varying projects as sponge (a media innovation lab), to SeaZone which provides marine graphics and a take on the Norwegian meteorological society.
  2. 10:00 Curriculum development

    Topic: Towards a data science curriculum for professionals
    Chair: John Dominguez
    Session Details

  3. 11:30 Introduction to the Big Data Public Private Forum (BIG)

    Chair: Tilman Becker, DFKI
    Project Details

  4. 14:45 Impact on Big and Open Data
    Chair: Edward Curry @y (DERI)

    Astrid Woollard 
    Title of Talk: Fit for purpose? Big Data and Intellectual Property Rights 
    Bryan Drexler
    Title of Talk:  Does the 80/20 rule also apply to Big Data? 
    František Nonnemann
    Title of Talk: Re-use of public sector information and personal data protection 
    Allan Hanbury @allanhanbury
    Title of Talk: Algorithm any good?
    A Cloud-based Infrastructure for Evaluation on Big Data
  5. 16:15 Case Studies and Experiences
    Chair: Manolis Koubarakis (University of Athens)

    Stefan Candea and Andreea Bonea
    Title of Talk: Sponge, a collaborative media innovation lab for Eastern Europe 
    Nikolaos Loutas & João R. Frade
    Title of Talk: Business models for Linked Government Data 
    Keiran Millard @KeiranMillard
    Manager at SeaZone
    Title of Talk: Frankenstein's Data
    Kristin Lyng @KristinLyng
    The Norwegian Meteorological Institute
    Title of Talk: Openness as a public strategy: Make open, make available
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