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Virtual Visit: Berkeley

 

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, Berkeley, US.

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Virtual Visit: Reading

Berks County Intermediate Unit in Pennsylvania, U.S.

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The CERN openlab & Oracle Analytics Innovation Summit

The world is creating in real-time a digital copy of itself. This datafication of every activity is transforming the way businesses, governments, non-commercial entities and private persons interact with each other. However, this transformational process is tightly linked to the organizations’ capabilities to discover new insights out of those gigantic and fast growing volumes of often chaotic data. The CERN openlab & Oracle Analytics Innovation Summit aims at presenting the challenges faced by organizations to tame this massive amount of data. It will showcase real-life implementations of new analytics technologies supporting organizations to overcome these challenges.

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The world is creating in real-time a digital copy of itself. This datafication of every activity is transforming the way businesses, governments, non-commercial entities and private persons interact with each other. However, this transformational process is tightly linked to the organizations’ capabilities to discover new insights out of those gigantic and fast growing volumes of often chaotic data. The CERN openlab & Oracle Analytics Innovation Summit aims at presenting the challenges faced by organizations to tame this massive amount of data. It will showcase real-life implementations of new analytics technologies supporting organizations to overcome these challenges.
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Helix Nebula - The Science Cloud: From Cloud-Active to Cloud-Productive

The event will focus on showcasing the Helix Nebula production platform, characterized by: A hybrid & federated ‘science cloud’ integrated with commercial providers to create an open cloud services market   A growing set of innovative flagships Future directions and roadmap of the overall Helix Nebula Initiative   Attendance is free of charge, travel and lodging will be at the cost of participants.   We kindly ask you to register by 01 May 2014.

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Helix Nebula - The Science Cloud: From Cloud-Active to Cloud-Productive
The event will focus on showcasing the Helix Nebula production platform, characterized by: A hybrid & federated ‘science cloud’ integrated with commercial providers to create an open cloud services market   A growing set of innovative flagships Future directions and roadmap of the overall Helix Nebula Initiative   Attendance is free of charge, travel and lodging will be at the cost of participants.   We kindly ask you to register by 01 May 2014.
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Wikipedians in the Library - Ally Crockford, wikipedian in residence at National Library of Scotland, Emmanuel Engelhart & Micha L. Rieser, wikipedians in residence at Swiss National Library

The Swiss National Library, CERN and AILIS invite you to the 4th Library Science Talk 2014. Ally Crockford, wikipedian in residence at National Library of Scotland, UK and Emmanuel Engelhart & Micha L. Rieser, wikipedians in residence at Swiss National Library, CH will talk about "Wikipedians in the Library". The talk will take place on Monday 23rd of June at 15.30 in Geneva at CERN. External guests should be at the CERN reception, Building 33, at 15:15 to be guided to the conference room. Please register beforehand by contacting tullio.basaglia(at)cern.ch or by phone at 022-767.79.11. The talk will take place in room 60-6-015 (Room Georges Charpak). Abstract: To be published soon About the speaker: To be published soon The talk will be given in English.

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Wikipedians in the Library - Ally Crockford, wikipedian in residence at National Library of Scotland, Emmanuel Engelhart & Micha L. Rieser, wikipedians in residence at Swiss National Library
The Swiss National Library, CERN and AILIS invite you to the 4th Library Science Talk 2014. Ally Crockford, wikipedian in residence at National Library of Scotland, UK and Emmanuel Engelhart & Micha L. Rieser, wikipedians in residence at Swiss National Library, CH will talk about "Wikipedians in the Library". The talk will take place on Monday 23rd of June at 15.30 in Geneva at CERN. External guests should be at the CERN reception, Building 33, at 15:15 to be guided to the conference room. Please register beforehand by contacting tullio.basaglia(at)cern.ch or by phone at 022-767.79.11. The talk will take place in room 60-6-015 (Room Georges Charpak). Abstract: To be published soon About the speaker: To be published soon The talk will be given in English.
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