Women in Big Data - Q2 Meetup

14 June 2018 Google


 Save your spot and register by 11 June



The goal of the Women in Big Data Forum is to strengthen the diversity in the big data field. As part of this initiative, there is a spirit of encouragement and need to attract more female talent to the big data & analytics field and help them connect, engage and grow. At PWN, we support this sister organisation in their goals and invite you to join this Q2 event.

 In this quarter WiBD will be hosted by Google and following the introduction by our own IT Board Member, Nahia Orduna, enjoy topics including Behind the Scene of German IT Recruiting and an evening of networking.


14 June 2018
Women in Big Data - Q2 Agenda
19:00 - 22:00 Our exciting agenda

19:00   Women In Big Data Introduction. Why there are Big Data opportunities in many fields. Presenter: Nahia Orduna, Principal Solution Architect and agile Product Owner @Vodafone Group and Women In Big Data Munich Lead

19:15   Behind the Scene of German IT Recruiting. Presenter: Astrid Neumann, Senior Human Resource Manager and IT Recruiter @Mercateo AG and Women In Big Data Munich Lead
Abstract: A successful job application in the high-tech industry in Germany needs to meet certain standards. We will provide you with some ideas and insights how to make yourself noticeable. At this moment Germany faces a lack of skilled people in the field of IT. In this session we will show you how to position yourself in order to get the job you really want. Find out how an IT Recruiter looks at YOUR application.

20:00   Advanced Analytics in the Vodafone network: from data to action in real-time. Presenters: Charlotte Dyckmanns, Irene Dornmair and Markus Rotter, Vodafone Germany Network Analytics
Abstract: The Vodafone network is continuously creating a large amount of data, offering a large playground for data scientists to apply advanced analytical methods and algorithms. But being a Data Scientist at Vodafone goes beyond machine learning and statistical analysis on Big Data: Our jobs range from data gathering to designing end-to-end processes, cross-functional discussions with a wide variety of teams and implementing real-time software in Python.
In this talk, we will give a hands-on example of how we go from insights gained from historic data to triggering real-time action.

20:45   Networking - Do not forget your business cards!

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