The European associations for Big Data Value (www.BDVA.eu) and HPC (www.ETP4HPC.eu) have recently published a joint paper, discussing current strengths and differences between the (software and hardware) stacks of BDC and HPC, and how the current strengths of one stack may address a shortcoming/need in the other stack.
The Big Data Value Association held its General Assembly on November 14th 2018, in Vienna, in the context of the European Big Data Value Forum event. As part of the meeting, the BDVA members were called to elect over two-thirds of the members of its Board of Directors, and to elect a President and one Vice-President.
The BDVA i-Spaces group organized, in the context of the European Big Data Value Forum 2018 (Vienna, 14th November) the workshop “Shaping the European Big Data landscape: from i-Spaces and Centres of Excellence to Big Data Digital Innovation Hubs”.
Great sucess of European Big Data Value Forum 2018! From BDVA, we want to thank the European Commission, the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the rest of the organizers, the speakers and participants in panel and sessions, the sponsors and the Big Data and AI community, who attended the event, for their great support and contribution in making a big success of this event. We look forward to seeing you all in Finland next year!
On the 14th of November 2018, the BDVA General Assembly officially welcomed 16 new members, among which there are 8 Full Members and 8 Associate Members. 5 members are Industry-SMEs. New members come from 11 different countries: Austria, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, UK.
The labelled i-Spaces of 2018 have been announced at the European Big Data Value Forum 2018 in Vienna. BDVA congratulates all the labelled i-Spaces, and looks forward a fruitful collaboration to keep developing an European data and AI based innovation ecosystem.
The Big Data Value Association, with the support of the BDVe project, has organized the first workshop on “Software Architecture Challenges in Big Data”, as part of the European Conference of Software Architecture, held on 24-28 September 2018 at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain. The objective of this workshop was to explore the challenges that Big Data and other related technologies such as IoT, cloud computing, HPC and Artificial Intelligence pose to current and future software architectures.