5th International Conference on Big Data and Information Analytics
Theories, Algorithms and Applications in Data Science
Kunming, Yunnan, China
July 8-10, 2019
The conference will bring together research scientists from academia, industries, and government agencies to report progress and exchange ideas to address challenges in fundamental research and rapid knowledge translation in collecting, processing, analyzing, integrating, annotating and visualizing Big Data for scientific exploration and business decision-making.
This will be the fifth meeting of the annual conference series previously held in
Xi'an, China (1st BigDIA meeting)
Changsha, China (2st BigDIA meeting)
Toronto, Canada (3rd BigDIA meeting) http://www.fields.utoronto.ca
Texas, USA(4th BigDIA meeting) https://sph.uth.edu
Objectives and Scope:
Exchange and stimulate innovative ideas of state-of-art data science approaches and technologies to collect, process, analyze, integrate, annotate and visualize Big Data.
Promote interactions and collaborations among all scientists, researchers and practitioners who develop data science theories, algorithms and methods to deal with and analyze Big Data from different perspectives such as computer science, statistics, mathematics and other quantitative/computational sciences as well as domain-specific applications.
Present the novel findings and share experience of Big Data application projects and practice from academia, industries and governments.
Nurture and cultivate a new generation of interdisciplinary data scientists.
History and website from BigDIA 2018:
, Texas Medical Center, Houston, USA
Date and place: BigDIA 2019
· 3 days, July 8-10 (Sunday-Tuesday), 2019
· Place: The Intersection Between Shi'an Road and Majie Street, Xi'shan District, Xishan, Kunming, Yunnan,China
Known as 'the City of Eternal Spring' for its pleasant climate and flowers that bloom all year long.
The gateway to the celebrated Silk Road.
The provincial political, economical and cultural center of Yunnan.
The most popular tourist destination in southwest China.