Big Data Patterns & Signals for Science
Webinar on 24 October 2017 – 16.00h (4pm) CEST
Please find the presentations of the speakers, including hyperlinks to more material, here:
Eamon Duede is responsible for coordinating day-to-day research activities at the University of Chicago’s KnowledgeLab. He drives key negotiations and acts as a high-level interface between the Center, its partners, and industry. Eamon has spearheaded the major technical shift to cloud implementations of KnowledgeLab's exploratory research tools and datasets. Eamon holds undergraduate and advanced degrees in philosophy and has served as an instructor of various logics, and a lecturer in philosophy (ethics, epistemology, and the history of philosophy). He is also interested in the philosophy of biology, logics, and mathematics.
Gaétan de Rassenfosse is Assistant Professor (tenure track) at the Institute of Technology and Public Policy at the College of Management of Technology, EPFL, Switzerland, since late 2014. He holds the Chair of Innovation and IP Policy. Prior to joining the EPFL, he was a senior research fellow at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne (Australia). He obtained his PhD in Economics from the Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, in 2010.
Jason Rollins leads innovation initiatives for Clarivate Analytics driving novel new solutions for millions of users in the global academic research and intellectual property community. As well, he manages big data co-innovation partnerships with major university research labs. Jason is an inventor of a dozen U.S. and international patents and author of scores of articles and technical reports. He has experience as a mentor for government and university innovation programs and several Silicon Valley start-ups. He earned his PhD from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA) where his dissertation research was supported by a U.S. National Science Foundation grant.
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Date & Time: 24 October 2017 - 16.00h (4pm) CEST
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