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Big Data

WEDNESDAY

Track 1

11.45 to 12.25

Overview of Data Governance

Paco Nathan - Derwen

12.35 to 13.15

Psychology, AI & Big Data: the Science of Influence

Keith Dear - Royal Air Force

13.20 to 14.00

Your customers are talking. Are you ready to listen?

Joe Rice - Twitter

16.20 to 17.00

Delta Lake: Reliability and Data Quality for Data Lakes and Apache Spark

Michael Armbrust - Databricks

17.50 to 18.30

Big Data community… Are we close to the reality of our corporations or do we live in a separate world?

Carlos Beldarraín - Minsait

Track 2

11.45 to 12.25

TBD – Wael ElRifai

Wael ElRifai - Hitachi Vantara

12.35 to 13.15

Disrupting Energy Investment

Carlos Javier Alía Cifuentes - Red Eléctrica de España

Eduardo Sánchez Carballo - Stratio

14.50 to 15.30

Big Platforms for Big Data

Juan José Casado - Repsol

15.35 to 16.15

It’s all about the data: 5+1 tech trends for the roaring 20s

George Anadiotis - Linked Data Orchestration

16.20 to 17.00

10 hot reasons your AI project might not work out great

Nenad Bozic - SmartCat

Track 3

12.35 to 13.15

Astronomical data analysis with Apache Spark

Petar Zečević - SV Group

14.05 to 14.45

Transforming Transport: Mobility meets big data

David Pascual Antón - Minsait

Marta Arranz Casado - Minsait

14.50 to 15.30

The end of the centralized era: Distribute or decentralize!

Viktor Jacynycz - Stratio

Track 4

11.00 to 11.40

Simplify data analysis over the cloud

Luke Han - Kyligence

14.05 to 14.45

Icaro project: Predicting Biosphere Behavior by using ML Cloud Engine

Moisés Martínez - Sngular

Inés Huertas - The Sideways Project

14.50 to 15.30

From euros to zero: using Probabilistic Data Structures to reduce costs

João Neves - Siemens

Carlos Rodrigues - Siemens

Track 5

11.00 to 11.40

Fix it before it Breaks: Incremental Learning for Predictive Maintenance

Peter Webb - MathWorks

Lucio Cetto - MathWorks

13.20 to 14.00

Recommendations in the real world

Sophie Watson - Red Hat

15.35 to 16.15

#oneJourneyWiser

Carlos Herrera - Cabify

17.05 to 17.45

Designing for data: Improving the UX in the design of Big Data & AI products

Sergio Ortega Santamaría - Stratio

Yusef Hassan Montero - Independent UX Consultant

THURSDAY

Track 1

10.55 to 11.35

How Charts Lie

Alberto Cairo - University of Miami

13.55 to 14.35

Helping companies to embrace AI: a Telco perspective

Elena Gil - Telefónica

Track 2

13.10 to 13.50

Disentangling risks, activity and performance through US corporate reports

Tomasa Rodrigo - BBVA Research

16.10 to 16.50

Big Data and Smart Business: Making better decisions with mobile data

Javier Pérez Trufero - CARTO

David Fierro Iglesias - Vodafone

Track 3

12.25 to 13.05

Purpose Built Databases: How to Build Modern Apps

Luca Olivari - Amazon Web Services

13.55 to 14.35

Learning from 100M Users – The Evolution of Data Ingestion at Prezi

Ivan Santini - Prezi

Tamás Németh - Prezi

16.10 to 16.50

AI-powered Automated Data Quality on Data Lakes

Aitor Murguzur - Microsoft

Track 4

12.25 to 13.05

Jupyter Notebooks on GCP (Development Best Practices/Tooling)

Viacheslav Kovalevskyi - Google

Mike Cheng - Google

14.40 to 15.20

Omni-Channel Customer-Centric Strategies in a Modern Architecture

Luis García Castro - ING

Pablo Ruiz Subira - ING

15.25 to 16.05

The present and the future of Cloudera

Óscar Martínez Rubi - ClearPeaks

Track 5

10.55 to 11.35

Climate change, AI, innovation and carbon credits

Juan Carlos Sesma - CO2 Revolution

13.10 to 13.50

Developing a cloud-based pure real time streaming platform and use cases

Rubén Casado - Accenture Digital

13.55 to 14.35

From traditional Digital Banking to Intelligent Conversational Banking

Javier Porras Castaño - Unicaja

16.10 to 16.50

End-to-End ML pipelines with Beam, Flink, TensorFlow, and Hopsworks

Theofilos Kakantousis - Logical Clocks