From NJBDA: While we are disappointed to cancel this event, we believe it is the right decision given the uncertainty of COVID-19 and changing conditions at our institutions. We made this decision after thoughtful consideration for the health, safety and comfort of our conference participants.
The New Jersey Big Data Alliance (NJBDA) is an alliance of 17 higher education institutions, as well as industry and government members, that catalyzes collaboration in advanced computing and data analytics, research, education and technology.
The NJBDA Annual Symposium brings together academia, government and industry from across the state and beyond, to share information on the latest innovations, research and future directions in Big Data.
We invite faculty/researchers to submit abstracts of their research for presentation at the symposium.
Abstracts should be a maximum of 650 words and submitted by Jan 15, 2020. Indicate your name, email, department, university affiliation, title of presentation and track, at the top of the abstract. This information does not count towards the 650-word limit.Submit Abstract to George Avirappattu - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research sessions will be in the following areas:
Ethics and Technology: Ethics in development of technologies and tools - e.g. AI/ML, algorithm bias
Ethics and Policy: Ethics in using big data in policymaking – e.g. education, economic development, housing, law enforcement, etc.
Ethics and Big Data: Ethics in collection and dissemination of data – e.g. health data
For questions or more information:
George Avirappattu, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Mathematics
J.D Jayaraman, Ph.D.
Chair, Dept of Data Analytics
New Jersey City University