Webinar - Smarter Data for Europe

This webinar took place on 23 May.

A webcast with Neelie Kroes, Vice-President of the European Commission about how the development of ‘Big Data’ applications and e-infrastructure can stimulate a new wave of economic and social progress, and needs leadership from both public and private sector.

What are the opportunities, obstacles and solutions to making public and private data work harder for us all, in healthcare, energy and other domains?

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Neelie Kroes
Vice President of the European
Commission, Responsible for the
Digital Agenda

* Sean Beevers
Senior Lecturer in Air Quality
Modelling, King's College London
* Jonathan Brenton
British Ambassador to Belgium,
British Embassy
* Peter van Manen
Managing Director,
McLaren Electronics
* Andrew Morris
Chief Scientific Officer for Scotland
* Dan Pelino
General Manager, Global Public Sector,
* Kenny Simmen
Vice President, Infectious Diseases,
Research & Early Development,
* Thierry Van der Pyl
Director "Excellence in Science", DG CONNECT,
European Commission
* Nigel Shadbolt
Chairman and co-founder,
Open Data Institute
* John Wood
Secretary-General, Association of Commonwealth Universities
* Gail Edmonson
Editorial Director, Science|Business

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