On October 16th a new edition of the Data Management Summit will be held, this time thanks to the support of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. The event continues to grow and has an edition in Italy to be held on September 17 at the University of Pavia.
One more year the Data Management Summit (DMS) is celebrated, after the resounding success of the 2018 edition with more than 130 registered attendees. If last year we had the support of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in Gandía, this edition will be held at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
The DMS is an exclusive event to guide the data management community within the technological landscape, talking more about solutions than platforms. It wants to be an open discussion forum to share experiences and use cases. A fundamental summit for CIO, CTO, CDO, System Directors, Data Scientists who implement emerging technologies to solve new technological challenges and align with new business opportunities.
New technological challenges, from self-service to automatic learning and artificial intelligence, will dominate the future of data. The day will immerse attendees in the latest advances in data and analysis, focusing on emerging technologies that will offer the greatest opportunities for impact within your organization.
The event is free but has limited places and each application will be evaluated by the admission committee formed by the organizers, using Linkedin’s profile. The program of the day includes different technical interventions on Data Management, Data Governance, Security, Analysis, Machine Learning and Cloud among others.
The program also foresees a group dynamics among attendees, speakers, lecturers, teachers and students and a round table with the participation of vendors and the most important players of the Data Management market.
Data management professionals participate in a wide range of activities designed to ensure a company benefits from its investment in data, including enterprise architecture, data modeling, data definition, data quality, data management, and metadata management.
The event wants to be a bridge to the academic world and new generations who want to bring experience and learn from what is actually done in companies in the field of data.
Only CIO, CDO, CTO, Systems Director, BI Manager, IT Consultant, IT Department profiles will be accepted. It is mandatory to insert the LinkedIn profile in the form. Completion of the form will not be considered an admission. Admissions will be confirmed by email. The web address for attendees is: http://datamanagementsummit.org
The event will be held on Wednesday 16 October 2019 at
Superior Technical School of Telecommunication Engineers (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación),
Avenida Complutense, 30 – Madrid (Spain).
The Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, located in the Campus of International Excellence of Moncloa (Ciudad Universitaria) is a national and international reference center in the field of teaching, research and technological development and innovation in the area of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
The School maintains close relations and contracts for research and educational collaboration with the most relevant companies in the ICT field with very active participation in projects financed by the EU framework program and the National R&D&I Plan.
- 400 active R+D+i projects
- More than 300 scientific articles per year
- About 40 doctoral theses read per year
- 33 Research Groups
- 15 Company Chairs
Teaching quality and innovation:
- Degrees and Master Programs accredited by ABET, ANECA, and EUR-ACE
- 700 internship agreements in reference companies and hospitals
- 80 international student mobility agreements with other universities
- 120 collaboration agreements with universities
- Double degree agreements with foreign universities
- Project Mentor of tutorial attention to new students
Human resources and infrastructure:
- 250 teachers and 130 technicians and administrative and service staff
- 300 researchers hired to carry out R+D+i projects
- Classrooms with a capacity for more than 4,000 students
- 600 positions in laboratories
- Library with nearly 500 workstations, 60,000 volumes and 8 multipurpose rooms for group work.