One day unconference for people working with data from various sectors to come together and share their projects and ideas.
June 23rd, 2012 in Hyderabad.
The Asia Analytics Lab, Indian School of Business in partnership with the DataMeet group is organizing a one day unconference that brings together technologists, students, entrepreneurs and corporates who use data. We intend to create a platform to foster the exchange of ideas, challenges, solutions, projects that using data in India presents. Post the tremendous success of the first event in Bangalore, the Asia Analytics group decided to co-host an event in Hyderabad to expand the community.
DataCamp will be a one day unconference at ISB, Hyderabad on June 23rd. This will be a place for people who are working with data from many different sectors to come together and share their projects and ideas. Data is not just for technologists and researchers – journalists, government workers, designers, and NGOs all use or want data in some way shape or form and in India the challenges around getting data and using it are unique and require a dedicated platform to work out solutions. This includes looking at how to make data open so that it’s potential to create more accountability and transparency to improve policies and implementation of projects across industry, citizen sector organizations, and governance. Data Camp will provide that platform for Indians to work out what are the problems around getting data and using it to further their projects and enhance the impact they want to make.
The event was first organized in Bangalore by the DataMeet group. The Asia Analytics Lab which is actively educating and promoting the use of Data Analytics and Visualizations among the students and the industry, tied up with the DataMeet group to organize the event in Hyderabad.
India has a growing group of people who are interested in data and we hope to have representatives from many different disciplines. We will be inviting organizations that use data analytics in their decision-making process, educational institutions that teach data – related courses, start-ups that are building cool products using data, NGOs that use data. We plan to create a confluence that would enable people who work with different aspects of data to come together and present their ‘adventures’ with data.
Indian School of Business(ISB)
Andhra Pradesh - 500 032
Ph: +91 40 2300 7000
Fax: +91 40 2300 7099
|9:00am - 10:00am||Registration|
|10:00am - 10:15am||Welcome address
by Professor Galit Shmueli
|10:15am - 11:45am||Industry Panel: How do we get corporate data out and analysis in?
Divyabh Mishra - Crowd Analytix
Ajay Kelkar, Co-Founder and COO, Hansa Cequity Solutions
Naveen Gattu - Gramener
|11:45am - 12:30pm||Open Government Platform (OGPL)
|12:30pm - 1:30pm||Lunch Break|
|1:30pm - 3:00pm||Individual presentations** :
1. A Report on the Data Curation Panel for the Joint Meeting of American/European and Asia Pac. Business School Library Directors at Stanford University, April 2012 - Venkadesan. S, Director – LRC, ISB
2. Presentation by K. Shrikant, UIDAI
3. What Open Data movement can learn from Open courseware moment: Interesting stats and Stories - Dr. Dakshina Murthy V K, President International School of Engineering (INSOFE)
|3:00pm - 4:00pm||Poster Sessions (7 Data Stories ***)
Data Liberation through Visualization (Prof. Galit Shmueli, ISB)
Searching for Water (Nisha Thompson, Araghyam)
Crowd Sourcing data on public transport information (Srikanth L.)
Someone is Watching You (Piyush Arora, IIIT)
Internet- Source of Big Open Data (Raghu Seelamsetty)
|4:00pm - 4:30pm||High-Tea and Poster Viewing|
|4:30pm - 5:30pm||World Bank Open Data Initiative
Video Call from team in Washington DC
|5:30pm - 6:00pm||Closing Remarks by Reema Gupta|
**20 minutes: Presentation; 10 minutes: Q and A
***A quick 6 min presentation and 1mins for Q and A and change of speakers