The first edition of Big Data Congress had a complete theoretical and practical program where relevant leaders were analyzing the main trends in the field of Big Data & Data Analytics, showing to the attendee’s new tools to be more agile and competitive, and there were several success stories.
Companies such as: Open Evidence, Amazon Web Services, Yahoo Labs, ESADE Business School, Carto DB, DIMA Group, were present at the congress, among other companies and there were 40 speakers.
If you missed it, click here to see the program of the last edition.
The Big Data Congress is the benchmark congress on Big Data in Catalonia for all professionals interested in learning about all developments and innovations in this field.
If you want to know what happened in the last edition, on the following link you will see the videos of the speaker’s sessions.
Keynote speaker: “Big Data in Europa: new context, new opportunities” Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva | Open Evidence
“Big Data, building data-driven organitzations” Marc Torrent | Big Data CoE
“Serious games” Mikael Journo | King Entertainment
“From data to decision making” Luis Esteban | Caixabank
“Amazon Web Services” Antonio Álvarez | Amazon Web Services
“Data Driven Cities: managing cities from data” Marc Garriga | desideDatum Data Company, s.l.
“The challenges of Big Data on the web” Ricardo Baeza-Yates | Yahoo Labs
“How can we transfer knowledge of digital analytics to the physical world?” | Alberto López – Beabloo
“How to cause harm with Data” Dani Villatoro | Databeers
“Attract the right customers and then anticipate customer chum early” Robert Roxin | Social point
“Are we ready ti communicate the knowledge extracted from Big Data?” Alberto González | Bestiario
“The democratisation of Business Analytics” Xavier Bonany | Microstrategy
“L’aportació de valor del Big Data Analytics” José Luis Gálvez | Oracle
“SmartMonkey, where Small Data can become Big Data” Xavier Ruiz | Incubio
“An international accelerator in Barcelona: the sucess stories of Teraki, eNovalys and Datumize” Angel García | Startupbootcamp Internet of Things & Data Barcelona
“ALOJA: a Systematic Study of Hadoop Deployment variables to enable Automated Characterization of Cost-Effectiveness” David Carrera | Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC)
“Big Data research in Berlin” Tilmann Rabl | TU Berlin | DIMA group