Tenth European Big Data Management & Analytics Summer School

The summer school will provide a stimulating and enjoyable environment in which participants will benefit not only from the formal and practical sessions but also from informal and social interactions with established researchers and the other participants in the school. To further facilitate communication and feedback all attendees will be obliged to prepare and present a poster on their own research. The electronic copy of all course lectures will be available to participants through the web site. A special issue containing the revised lecture material of the summer school will be published in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) from Springer.
Year 2020
Main Department Department of IT - Science and Engineering
Campus Cesena
Credits Programme without credits
Starting date Jul 06, 2020
Finishing date Jul 10, 2020
Application deadline May 15, 2020 (Expired)
Enrollment start and end 01/06/2020
Course overview
This summer school, presented by leading researchers in the field, represents an opportunity for postgraduate students to equip themselves with the theoretical, practical, and collaboration skills necessary for developing challenging Business Intelligence applications. To ensure a high ratio between tutors and students the school will be limited to 50 participants. Furthermore, industrial presentations will allow participants to gain a deep understanding of current product offer.
Subject area
Sciences and technology
Learning outcomes
The summer school will provide a stimulating and enjoyable environment in which participants will benefit not only from the formal and practical sessions but also from informal and social interactions with established researchers and the other participants in the school. To further facilitate communication and feedback all attendees will be obliged to prepare and present a poster on their own research. The electronic copy of all course lectures will be available to participants through the web site. A special issue containing the revised lecture material of the summer school will be published in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) from Springer.
Number of participants
50
Duration
5 days
Language
English
Admission qualifications
The Summer School welocmes applicants from anywhere in the world. Normally, but not exclusively, applicants will be postgraduate students in relevant disciplines with some knowledge of database and information systems. Some basic acquaintance with data warehouses is required.
Academic director
Prof. Matteo Golfarelli

Organising Secretariat

ebiss2020@cs.ulb.ac.be