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Plenary

Wilco Hazeleger (eScience Center)

Smart Energy

Anwar Osseyran (SURFsara/ABS) & Willem van Hage (eScience Center)

Sports & eHealth

Joost Kok (LCDS) & Lars Ridder (eScience Center)

Social Data

Ruben van Gaalen (CBS) & Jisk Attema (eScience Center)

Astronomy

Gert Kruithof (ASTRON) & Hanno Spreeuw (eScience Center)

Data Science

Boudewijn Haverkort (COMMIT2data) & Jason Maassen (eScience Center)
Registration & Coffee
Wilco Hazeleger (Netherlands eScience Center) Welcome
Jos Engelen (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO) Introduction
Fernando Perez (University of California) Data Science: hype, substance and intellectual challenges
Ronald Stolk (University of Groningen) Big Data in Health research
Coffee & Networking Including demos/exhibition
Frits Bliek (DNV GL & USEF) Digital energy services that unleash the value of flexibilty
Charlotte Kobus (TINH) & Carlos Montes Portela (Enexis) Desirable by design
Aarnout Brombacher (Eindhoven University of Technology) Current developments and initiatives in eHealth, Vitality and Sports
Martijn de Groot (Quantified Self Institute Europe) Quantified Self for Healthy Ageing; a single subject design approach
Vincent van Hees (Netherlands eScience Center) Making sense of wearable accelerometer data collected under uncontrolled real life conditions
Bart Sleutjes (NIDI) Residential segregation in The Netherlands: adopting a multiscalar approach using individualized neighbourhoods
Chris Snijders (Eindhoven University of Technology) Humans in an era of (big) data
John Swinbank (Princeton University) Digitizing the Sky with the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
Dorothea Samtleben (University of Leiden / Nikhef) Hunting the Invisible
Jaco van de Pol (University of Twente) High-performance Model-Checking against Arthritis
Roland Geraerts (Utrecht University) The crowd deciphered - A computational simulation model of human navigation
Lunch & Networking Including demos/exhibition
Remco Verzijlbergh (Delft University of Technology) Advances in numerical modelling to support the integration of renewables in the power system
Richard Beekhuis (TNO & Flexible Power Alliance (FAN)) Challenges of a BYOD-approach towards Smart Energy Systems
Annelies Huygen (University of Amsterdam) Smart grids: doing business with any other party in the energy system
Ulf Brefeld (Leuphana University) Toward Computational Tactics in Team Sports
Steven Vos (Eindhoven University of Technology) Data driven solutions for a wicked policy problem? The case of unorganized running in urban areas.
P. Eline Slagboom (Leiden University Medical Center) Metabolic e-Health in Elderly Populations
Gijs Huitsing (University of Groningen) The use of an Online Monitor to track students’ social well-being: Insight from Social Network Analysis
Piet Daas (Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (Statistics Netherlands) Extracting information from messy social media data
Anneke Sools (University of Twente) Mining for meaning in therapy change processes
Richard Fallows (ASTRON - The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy) Observing space weather with Europe's largest radio telescope
Chris Broekema (ASTRON - The Netherlands institute for Radio Astronomy) Exascale on a shoestring budget: the Square Kilometre Array
Rees Williams (University of Groningen) Storage technology for the ever expanding astronomy data volumes
Samira Mellenbergh (ClusterVision) & Rolf Brink (Asperitas) HPC management and the future of Datacentre Cooling Technology
Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam) Responsible Data Science
Lieke Hamers (Microsoft) CityNext: the transformative potential of data in the urban environment
Alessandro Bozzon (Delft University of Technology) Towards Diversity-aware Social Data Analytics
Nikita Kazeev (Yandex School of Data Analysis) Reproducible Machine Learning for Humans
Coffee & Networking Including demos/exhibition
Sally Wyatt (eHumanities KNAW) Stories with/about BIG (Open) Data
Young eScientist Award 2016
Drinks & Networking

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