A great event joined by 75 senior data practitioners, a conference full of thought provoking conversations around shared challenges and solutions.

David Meza

Nigel Higgs

James Phare

Chris Gutteridge

Dan Murphy

Szymon Klarman

Borislav Popov

Jesús Barrasa

Jean Villedieu

Timea Turdean

Tony Burdett

Paul Rissen


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Welcome address, James Phare and Nigel Higgs, Managing directors, Data to Value
Using RDF and graph technologies at NASA, David Meza, Head of Knowledge Management, NASA
Using connected data to fight Financial Crime, James Phare, Managing director, Data to Value
Auto-discovery and the long tail of linked & open data, Christopher Gutteridge, Linked Open Data Architect, University of Southampton
How Go and Neo4j enabled the FT to Deliver at Speed, Dan Murphy, Semantic metadata and DevOps developer, Financial Times
Knowledge Assembly at Scale with Semantic and Probabilistic Techniques, Szymon Klarman, Research Fellow, Brunel University
Powerful Information Discovery Made Possible with Big Knowledge Graphs – The Offshore Leaks Case, Borislav Popov, Business Development Director, Ontotext
Adding explicit semantics to graph databases, Dr. Jesús Barrasa, Senior field engineer, Neo4j
Do’s and Don’ts of Connected Data Visualisations, Jean Villedieu, Linkurious
Success stories with connected data,Timea Turdean, Technical Consultant, PoolParty – Semantic Web Company
Connecting life sciences data at the European Bioinformatics Institute, Tony Burdett, Senior Software Engineer, The European Bioinformatics Institute
Ten Years of Linked Data at the BBC: Implementing a user-focused semantic architecture, Paul Rissen, Senior Data Architect, BBC
How to build a Connected Data capability in your organisation, Specialist panel: David Meza, Christopher Gutteridge, Jesús Barrasa and Paul Rissen
Closing remarks, James Phare and Nigel Higgs, Managing directors, Data to Value