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Les 30 ans du master 2 BDIA
octobre 2 à 9h30 - 13h00
Dans le cadre des 30 ans du master 2 BDIA, le 4eme séminaire aura lieu le lundi 2 octobre à partir de 9h45 dans l’amphithéâtre Paris à l’UFR des Sciences et Techniques de l’uB.
L’intervention de M. Patrick Valduriez est intitulée : Data science and innovation.
Data science and innovation have become overloaded terms, leading to some confusion. To be successful, the innovation process involves not only inventions (e.g., new methods) but also context, e.g., user behavior, and timing, e.g., market readiness. In this talk, I discuss the impact of data science on innovation, using selected success stories. I also give hints to promote innovation within companies.
L’exposé sera en français.
Un moment convivial suivra l’exposé, merci de vous inscrire si vous souhaitez y participer : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd32cXWc31EmQg-q9luzXe3wfol06D530dUZJf75GnmlXi5gw/viewform
Vous pouvez retrouver toutes les informations sur les séminaires des 30 ans du Master 2 BDIA à l’adresse : http://ludique.u-bourgogne.fr/bdia30/
Les séminaires sont ouverts à tous, y compris à ceux qui n’ont pas suivi le Master BDIA.
Biographie de l’intervenant : Patrick Valduriez is a director of research emeritus at Inria, France, the scientific director of the Inria-Brasil international lab. and the Chief Scientist Officer of the LeanXcale company (that delivers a NewSQL database). He has been a director of research at Inria (June 1989 – March 2023), a professor of computer science at University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), now Sorbonne University, in Paris (2000-2002), a researcher at Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corp. in Austin, Texas (1985-1989) and aresearcher at Inria (1982-1984). He received his Ph.D. degree and Doctorat d’Etat in Computer Science from UPMC in 1981 and 1985, respectively. From 1995 to 2000, he was the manager of the Bull-Inria joint venture (called Dyade), which fostered technology transfer in IT and security. Dyade spined off five successful start-ups, including Kelkoo based on the Disco software that he built at Inria with his team. He has also been consulting for major companies in USA (HP Labs, Lucent Bell Labs, Microsoft), Europe (Ask, ESA, Eurocontrol, Shell) and France (Bull, Capgemini, Matra Marconi Space, Murex, Orsys, Schlumberger). He is currently a member of the Zenith team (between Inria and University of Montpellier at the LIRMM lab.), focusing on data science, in particular data management in large-scale distributed and parallel systems and scientific data management. He has authored and co-authored more than 400 technical papers and several textbooks, among which “Principles of Distributed Database Systems” (with Professor Tamer Özsu, University of Waterloo). He currently serves as associate editor of the Distributed and Parallel Databases journal. He has served as PC chair of major conferences such as SIGMOD and VLDB. He was the general chair of SIGMOD 2004, EDBT 2008 and VLDB 2009. He received several best paper awards, including VLDB 2000. He was the recipient of the 1993 IBM scientific prize in Computer Science in France and the 2014 Innovation Award from Inria and the French Academy of Science. He is an ACM Fellow since 2013.