Small Big Data Value Association Summit
Big Data Value Association
The Hague BDV Small Big Data Summit
2nd - 3rd (+4th) March 2016
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The Small Big Data Summit took place in The Hague, The Netherlands on March 2nd and 3rd, 2016. The central theme of the Small Summit was the Societal Impact of Big Data. Agenda and details are all given below. Presentations and video will be available soon.
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|Why||To drive forward the Big Data Value ecosystem and its Digital Agenda for the benefit of Europe, its Companies and Citizens; and to engage in the Big Data Value Public Private Partnership, its Programme and Opportunities. To provide final network and proposal/consortium activities for up-coming calls.|
|Who||Fully open to BDVA Members and Non-Members, Big Data Value stakeholders and any entity interested in the field of Big Data regardless of membership. From Large organisations to SMEs, from Universities to Policy Makers or User Organisations, from Business professionals to Technology implementers.|
Day 1 started early at 9:am with several BDVA members-only meetings, followed by a high-level panel discussion and speakers mid-afternoon open to all summit participants on the Societal aspects of Big Data. The panel was composed of thought-leaders on Big Data and ethics, privacy, etc…
Day 2 was organized around multiple working parallel sessions where existing and dynamically established working groups covering a specific Big Data topic met and debated to drive the ecosystem and their business or research forward with each delivering output from their group.
Day 3 offered the opportunity (first come, first served basis) for BDVA members only to make use of meeting rooms in the vicinity of the Small Summit location for consortium and taskforce meetings.
|When||From Wednesday 9:00 on March 2nd until 17:00 on March 4th|
|Where||NH Hotel, Prinses Margrietplantsoen 100, 2595 BR The Hague, The Netherlands firstname.lastname@example.org. NB: Amsterdam airport to the Hague is 30 minutes by train.|
Projects, Working Groups and Events that met can include.
- Sessions marked *** are private sessions for those who are formal individual members of that group/body.
|Tuesday 1st March|
|19:00||Pre-Summit Board of Directors diner***|
|Wednesday 2nd March|
|9:00||BDVA Board of Directors & BDV PPP Partnership Board***|
|14:00||BDVA General Assembly***|
|16:00||Welcome by Henk Jan Vink - Director Network Information TNO
Welcome by Ingrid van Engelshoven - The Hague Deputy Mayor Knowledge Economy, International Affairs, Youth and Education
The societal impact of Big Data
Seeking the balance between innovation and human values
Moderated by the Foundation for the Information Society
Lambert van Nistelrooij; Member of the European Parliament
Anna Donovan, Research Analyst, Trilateral Research & Consulting
Jeroen van den Hoven, Professor of Ethics and Technology at Delft University of Technology
Linda Kool; Senior Researcher Technology Assessment, Rathenau Instituut
Dr. Ulrich Mans; Research Futures, at Centre for Innovation, Leiden University
Rob Nijman, Director Government Sector, IBM
Mauro Barbieri, Senior Scientist, Philips Research
|18:00||The Hague meets the Big Data PPP Diner
Welcome by Stuart Campbell- Secretary General, BDVA
|Thursday 3rd March|
|Societal||Future of Big Data||Precision Industries||Technical Challenges||BDVA Related Initiatives|
|9:00||Innovation and Enterpreneurship through Big Data||Emerging Research Themes in Big Data||Precision Agriculture||Big Data: Protection and implications of Legal Developments - Implementing Privacy by design
||Innovation Spaces (SDIL, Teralab, etc.)|
|10:45||Plenary with Keynote
Strengthening ICT in the Netherlands: COMMIT2DATA, the new Dutch public-private partnership for big data analysis and applications; powered by the dutch digital delta (www.dutchdigitaldelta.com)
|11:30||Big Data for Peace, Humanity and Justice||Big Data Strategic Research Innovation Agenda||Precision Medicine||Data Analytics & Language Processing||BYTE & BIGDATA-
disciplinary Aspects of Big Data
|14:30||Big Data and Gender, Skills and Education||Workprogram 2018+ preparation||Precision Manufacturing||Challenging Topics in Data Analytics||BDVA for Beginners|
|16:00||CLOSING HIGHLIGHT: "Future of Big Data"
Erik Fledderus, Chairman of the DG CONNECT Advisory Forum & SURF CEO
|17:30||End of Day 2|
|18:30 - 20:00||BDVA Taskforce lead meeting***|
|Friday 4th March|
|9:00||Open Program: meeting rooms can be reserved by BDVA members in the vicinity of the Summit for consortium and taskforce meetings, on a first-come, first-served basis.|
|17:00||End of Day 3|