LIX Colloquium 2014
The LIX Colloquium in Data Science is organized at École Polytechnique on November 28, 2014 by the Data Science and Mining (DaSciM) team of the Computer Science Laboratory (LIX) of Ecole Polytechnique.
The LIX Colloquium in Data Science is organized by the Data Science and Mining (DaSciM) team of the Computer Science Laboratory (LIX) of Ecole Polytechnique. The goal is to bring together experienced researchers from academia and industry and all those interested in the area, giving us the chance to exchange views and experience about the emerging topic of Data Science.
The schedule of the Colloquium is composed by several invited talks from academics and researchers in industry, covering the topics of large scale data management, machine learning, graph and text mining, information retrieval and data science applications in several domains. The keynote talk will be given by Prof. Santo Fortunato (Aalto University, Finland), and the rest of the talks by academics and researchers from France, Spain and UK, reflecting the diverse aspects of Data Science.
The event aims at:
> Researchers and academics interested in the latest research results and evolutions in the field of Data Science (and specifically the areas of Graph Mining, Machine Learning, Data Management and related applications).
> Students that want to get familiar with this area and get in contact with the academics
> Industrial partners that are interested in the latest research results in Big Data analytics, that can be relevant for applications.
Eric Gaussier, Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble I)
Manuel Gomez Rodriguez, MPI for Software Systems
Gregory Grefenstette, Inria Saclay - Île-de-France
Stephane Guinet, AXA
Stephan Hadinger, Amazon Web Services
Balázs Kégl, CNRS
Themis Palpanas, Université Paris Descartes
Marc Tommasi, Inria Lille
Peter Triantafillou, University of Glasgow
Richard Washington, Google Research
Friday, November 28, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM - Computer Science Laboratory (LIX) at École Polytechnique.
Bâtiment Alan Turing, 1 rue Honoré d’Estienne d’Orves - 91120 Palaiseau, France.