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Data Visualization Summit Influence Decisions With Data Visualization April 9 & 10, 2014 Santa Clara,
Data Visualization Summit Influence Decisions With Data Visualization April 9 & 10, 2014 Santa Clara,
Data Visualization Summit Influence Decisions With Data Visualization April 9 & 10, 2014 Santa Clara,
Data Visualization
Summit
Influence Decisions With Data Visualization
April 9 & 10, 2014
Santa Clara, CA

Confirmed Speakers Speakers

Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization
Confirmed Speakers Speakers Confirmed Speakers • Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft • Senior Data Visualization

Confirmed Speakers

Senior Data Scientist, Microsoft

Senior Data Visualization Scientist, Twitter

Lead Data Scientist, Beats Music Previous Speakers

Creative Design Director, MIT

Digital Design Director, The Boston Globe

Global Interactive Editor, The AP

Data Visualization Designer, Bloomberg

Chief Operating Officer, Gui.de

Interactive Designer, CNN Money

Graphics Editor, The Wall Street Journal

Research Scientist, IBM T.J Watson

Design Direcotr, CAST

Founder, TimeScape

Data Visualization & Design, Ray Vella Studio

Web App Developer, Vanderbilt University

Educational Software Architect, CAST

Director & Creative Lead, Parsons Institute

Editorial Producer, GigaOM

Interactive Editor, The Associated Press

VP, User Experience, Empathy Lab

VC, The University of Texas System

Who Will You Meet?

There is no question that IE. provides the gold standard event within Data

Visualization, helping you connect with decision makers. You will be meeting senior

level

executives

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major

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innovative

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medium

size

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Company Size Of Attendees

1000+ Employeesto medium size companies. Company Size Of Attendees 300-999 Employees 50-299 Employees Less than 49 Employees

300-999 Employeessize companies. Company Size Of Attendees 1000+ Employees 50-299 Employees Less than 49 Employees 56% 81%

50-299 EmployeesCompany Size Of Attendees 1000+ Employees 300-999 Employees Less than 49 Employees 56% 81% 25% Attendees

Less than 49 Employees 56% 81% 25% Attendees are companies with at least 300 employees
Less than 49 Employees
56%
81%
25%
Attendees are
companies with at
least 300
employees
11%
8%

Job Title Of Attendees

78%

Attendees are at Director level or above

3%

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3% 21% 12% 42% 13% 8%

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President

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SVP/VP

C-Level

Snr. Director

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Global Head

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Delegates include

Senior Architecht - Nokia

Senior Data Scientist - Nasa

Lead Data Analyst - Google

Director, Advanced Analytics - Nike

SVP Research - NBC Universal

Director, Data Visualization - Yahoo!

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About The Summit

Data visualization greatly enhances not only data comprehension, but it allows for a greater coverage of trends and patterns within structured & unstructured data.

The Data Visualization Summit brings together leaders and experts in the field to explain and clarify the numerous benefits of using data visualization. One of the top benefits is that data becomes easier to understand, more accessible and presented in a format that helps people better interact with the data as well as analyze it.

Previous Speakers

with the data as well as analyze it. Previous Speakers Christine Vielmetti Daniloff Director, Creative Design

Christine Vielmetti Daniloff

Director, Creative Design MIT

Christine Daniloff is the Creative Design Director at MIT. She lives in Boston and is passionate about beautiful and compelling imagery. She illustrates and designs largely for the world of science and technology and her work has been featured on Wired online, the BBC, NBC News, The Creators Project and Popular Mechanics to name a few. When not making images about algorithms and bio chem., she draws images of people in cities and exhibits her work. She also likes dogs.

Typically data is used for mining and reporting, however there are new sets of data visualization tools that can take your analysis to a whole new level. This has made it possible to quickly understand trends, patterns, and outliers that would not have been noticed with traditional tools.

The Data Visualization Summit will run concurrently with the Big Data Innovation Summit to add to these fantastic networking opportunities.

The Power of Good Imagery; Visualizing Complex Subject Matter for a Broad Audience

The data’s been collected, compiled and combed through. Trends detected, advances and discoveries have been made and tested. Publication is imminent. Now it’s time to share the work with the greater world. But words and charts alone are not enough. Often, the most inviting path into complex material is through beautiful, accessible imagery. In fact, visuals are critical to helping the world at large understand the significance and ramifications of important and groundbreaking research. Images that show how deep-science works in the lab, or the significance of information extracted from big data sets, or the promise of more efficient algorithms, can illuminate those things that touch all of us—from the power of our cell phones to drug delivery devices to improved methods of learning online. By looking at effective examples of science and technology imagery – and some that missed the mark – I’ll explore how clear and robust visuals are crucial to our understanding of complex work and how they help us to see more clearly the world we may inhabit in the future.

to our understanding of complex work and how they help us to see more clearly the
Kim Ducharme Director, Design National Center on AIM Kim Ducharme is Director of Design at
Kim Ducharme Director, Design National Center on AIM Kim Ducharme is Director of Design at
Kim Ducharme Director, Design National Center on AIM Kim Ducharme is Director of Design at
Kim Ducharme Director, Design National Center on AIM Kim Ducharme is Director of Design at
Kim Ducharme Director, Design National Center on AIM Kim Ducharme is Director of Design at

Kim Ducharme

Director, Design National Center on AIM

Kim Ducharme is Director of Design at CAST, where she heads up design strategy and user experience for the development of interactive learning environments, prototypes, and tools that expand learning opportunities

for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning —

a framework for creating flexible, inclusive curriculum.

Kim was with WGBH for 17 years, where she headed up the interactive design group, before joining CAST. She is

founder of SenseMedia.co, a design consultancy for user experience design, information design and data visualization. As an adjunct faculty member at Northeastern, Kim teaches Interactive Information Design.

at Northeastern, Kim teaches Interactive Information Design. Rani Molla Editorial Producer GigaOm Rani is a multimedia

Rani Molla

Editorial Producer

GigaOm

Rani is a multimedia journalist and an editorial producer at GigaOM. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where she specialized in data visualization and

digital media. Before heading to the big city, Rani worked

in the high desert as a culture editor at the Santa Fe

Reporter. Before that she served as editor in chief of her Midwest alma mater's newspaper, The Oberlin Review. She's originally from Long Island. These days she lives in Brooklyn, where she makes graphs, tells stories and talks to strangers. She writes mostly about technology, data visualization and design.

mostly about technology, data visualization and design. Sal Uryasev Data Scientist Linkedin Sal Uryasev is the

Sal Uryasev

Data Scientist

Linkedin

Sal Uryasev is the resident data werewolf at LinkedIn. He has worked on a number of data driven products, including LinkedIn Skills, data standardization and most importantly, LinkedIn InMaps (inmaps.linkedin.com). Sal specializes in data visualization, machine learning, Hadoop, and just downright hacking. Before LinkedIn, he worked on a data visualization framework at Juice Analytics, a Reston, VA based company specializing in information visualization and professional dashboards.

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Visualization

Lessons

we

Learned

About

Data

From Middle-Schoolers

Middle schoolers, a notoriously tough crowd to engage, actually have a lot to say. In this talk, we share lessons learned while creating online educational environments that put struggling readers in charge of their learning. Data visualizations were central to our process, affecting everything from how we operated as a group, to our research approach, student insights, and our design strategy. We played at the intersection of learning analytics, a rich network of reading content, and interactive dashboard visualizations with the aim of empowering middle schoolers to take ownership of their goals and progress, to engage, inform, and coax them towards their personal best.

engage, inform, and coax them towards their personal best. Data as Art Through Visualizations Art informs

Data as Art Through Visualizations

Art informs technology and technology informs art. Technology enables new ways to present information but, at the same time, it’s useful to pay attention to how artists and designers solved problems before computers were involved. I discuss taking the same critical eye toward information design and data visualization as we would traditional means of communication and art.

as we would traditional means of communication and art. Visualizing your LinkedIn Network with InMaps -

Visualizing your LinkedIn Network with InMaps - A True Story

Data visualization is a powerful tool for reducing a complex data set to actionable insights. LinkedIn InMaps (inmaps.linkedin.com), one of the most popular visualizations on the web, does exactly that. This talk tells the story of crunching through large networks on Hadoop, and our quest through data platforms that led us to coming up with our own hybrid data visualization solution. Further, Sal, the first LinkedIn Data Visualization Scientist, will reveal some personal lessons on what an InMap says about the type of networker that you are.

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Michael Workman Director, Design The Boston Globe Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience
Michael Workman Director, Design The Boston Globe Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience
Michael Workman Director, Design The Boston Globe Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience
Michael Workman Director, Design The Boston Globe Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience
Michael Workman Director, Design The Boston Globe Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience
Michael Workman Director, Design The Boston Globe Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience

Michael Workman

Director, Design The Boston Globe

Michael Workman oversees the design and user experience of The Boston Globe's digital products and leads a team of data visualization programmers who

work in the Globe newsroom. He joined the Globe after 14 years as a print and online designer at The Baltimore Sun, where his work was recognized by the Society for News Design.5 Lessons we Learned About Data

Visualization

From Middle-Schoolers

we Learned About Data Visualization From Middle-Schoolers Sarah Slobin Senior Graphics Designer The Wall Street

Sarah Slobin

Senior Graphics Designer The Wall Street Journal

Sarah Slobin is a senior graphics editor on the interactive graphics desk at The Wall Street Journal. Prior to the Journal Sarah was infographics director at Fortune magazine and Fortune.com. She is a 15-year veteran of The New York Times where she worked as a graphics editor across all major news desks and as assistant editor managing the business graphics team. Her work as a visual journalist varies from deep data dives and visualizations to populist stories told with audio, video, photography to illustrative infographics and diagrams. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her daughter and her husband, illustrator Eric Palma.

with her daughter and her husband, illustrator Eric Palma. Tal Yellin Interactive Designer CNN Money Tal

Tal Yellin

Interactive Designer CNN Money

Tal Yellin is an interactive designer at CNNMoney. He focuses on data visualization and infographics. Prior to CNNMoney, Tal was the lead designer for the Business section of The Daily, the first tablet-only news publication. Tal is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, where he majored in graphic design. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in history from CUNY—Queens College. Tal enjoys speculating in global financial markets and is interested in using mixed media to explore the intersection of art, finance, and data visualization.

Visualizing the News

Using data to tell stories on the web presents unique challenges for journalists. How do we decide which stories are broad enough to attract a large audience, yet focused enough to yield a cohesive narrative? How do we present data visualizations on devices of all sizes when the every user comes to our content with the same hunger for information? Find out how The Boston Globe has approached these questions in the context of long- term projects as well as breaking news.

the context of long- term projects as well as breaking news. And They Lived Happily Ever

And They Lived Happily Ever After Stories with Data

You've got data, now what? How do you find the story within your metrics in a way that informs and delights your audience? We'll look at the process of extracting narratives from datasets, some of the best practices for visualizing data and dissect some successful (and some not so successful) examples of visual storytelling.

Telling

not so successful) examples of visual storytelling. Telling How Do We Filter and Present Data to

How Do We Filter and Present Data to our Audience in a Clear and Exciting Way?

How do we filter and present data to our audience in a clear and exciting way? With millions of daily readers, with varying demographics and degrees of sophistication, we must present information as quickly and clearly as possible. We accomplish this in part by presenting the data in multiple levels of interaction. At first glance, a viewer gets the overall picture, if they continue to explore, more information is revealed. By making the visualization fun, interactive, and visually exciting, our readers can engage with the content while making it easy to understand the key concepts we are trying to convey.

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Brent Meyers Data Visualization Developer Quintiles Brent Meyers is a Data Visualization Developer at the
Brent Meyers Data Visualization Developer Quintiles Brent Meyers is a Data Visualization Developer at the
Brent Meyers Data Visualization Developer Quintiles Brent Meyers is a Data Visualization Developer at the
Brent Meyers Data Visualization Developer Quintiles Brent Meyers is a Data Visualization Developer at the
Brent Meyers Data Visualization Developer Quintiles Brent Meyers is a Data Visualization Developer at the

Brent Meyers

Data Visualization Developer Quintiles

Brent Meyers is a Data Visualization Developer at the clinical research organization Quintiles. Currently he works on Quintiles Infosario®, which is a suite of SaaS applications that aid in efficiently bringing bio-pharma products to market. Previously he worked at Northrop Grumman where he built dashboard applications that collected and transmitted metrics aboard U.S. naval vessels. Brent’s M.B.A. education and his time as a naval officer have taught him the art of global communication and clean design concepts.

In his free time Brent endeavors to improve his Krispy Kreme Challenge race time, study history, and brew beer.

Kreme Challenge race time, study history, and brew beer. Jihoon Kang Director, Creative Lead Parsons Institute

Jihoon Kang

Director, Creative Lead Parsons Institute for Information Mapping

Jihoon Kang is Associate Director and creative lead at Parsons Institute for Information Mapping, The New School, where he has been the Co-Principal Investigator on four U.S. government awards providing information design, Graphic User Interface (GUI) design and user experience (UX) expertise to design and develop next- generation Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems as well as the investigation of best practices for big data visualization. He is also the publisher of the Parsons Institute for Information Mapping

publisher of the Parsons Institute for Information Mapping Ray Somnath Founder TimeScape Somnath Ray is the

Ray Somnath

Founder

TimeScape

Somnath Ray is the founder of TIMESCAPE and the architect of its geo-temporal navigation interface. Ray leads the TIMESCAPE team at DPlay Labs, a design and technology lab he founded in 2011, that operates across the domains of interaction and architecture. Ray holds an MSc in Design and Computation from MIT where he worked on the City Car Project as a part of Media Lab's Smart Cities group, under the direction of the late Prof. William Mitchell. Ray also holds a Master’s

If Your Audience is Hungry, Feed Them Pie:

Processes, Practices and Ruminations on Visualization Reports In the midst of witnessing a hysterical debate over the use or non-use of pie charts, I found that the data visualization "world" had fallen under the spell of an inflexible rule-base tyranny. This tyranny not only stymies "good" visualization design, but also "good" data design. For starters, throw out the established rule book. If your customers want pie (charts) then give it to them. These horrid charts can be blended into an effective report after establishing a rapport with your customers. How? This all starts with developing a proactive and iterative framework that is made up of an integrated data visualization cadre. Who is the cadre? A team of visualization developers, analysts, testers, and database developers. How do you find them? That's the cherry on the pie!

How do you find them? That's the cherry on the pie! Graphic User Interface (GUI) Design

Graphic User Interface (GUI) Design and User Experience (UX) Design

Jihoon Kang’s presentation will focus on a few of his projects touch on data visualization, information design, and communication with data in conjunction with Graphic User Interface (GUI) design and User Experience (UX) design.

User Interface (GUI) design and User Experience (UX) design. degree in Architecture from Columbia University. Ray's

degree in Architecture from Columbia University. Ray's works have been published and exhibited in New York, Boston and New Delhi. In 2012, he was awarded the Humanitarian Award for Design Innovation by the MIT Technology Review, and the project was covered by the BBC. Earlier, in 2007 Ray won first place in the eVolo International Skyscraper Competition.

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Jonathan Roberts Research Scientist New York University Jon Roberts has ten years of research experience

Jonathan Roberts

Research Scientist New York University

Jon Roberts has ten years of research experience on topics ranging from producing dark matter at the Large Hadron Collider to how the highest energy cosmic rays reach us from distant galaxies. He consults on data science and visualization problems with New York tech startups and can often be found at hackathons in the city, recently winning the NYC NASA space apps challenge and the Bit.ly Hack to the Future events.

apps challenge and the Bit.ly Hack to the Future events. Leslie Bradshaw Chief Operating Officer Gui.de

Leslie Bradshaw

Chief Operating Officer Gui.de

Leslie is a passionate entrepreneur, social scientist, data- driven storyteller, and farmer. In addition to serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Guide, a venture-backed newsreader company, she is a Fellow at the US Chamber of Commerce where she explores the economic and policy implications of big data, technology, and entrepreneurship. Having built a world-renowned data visualization company (JESS3) at the age of 24which counted Nike, Google, NASA, C-SPAN, and Intel as clients, generated over $13M in revenue during her six year tenure as President and COO, and earned the No. 430 spot on the Inc. 500 in 2012Leslie now advises

No. 430 spot on the Inc. 500 in 2012 — Leslie now advises Dan Burger Web

Dan Burger

Web App Developer Vanderbilt Universtiy

Dan Burger is a web applications developer at Vanderbilt University and is currently active in the development and maintenance of Filtergraph. Prior to working on this project, Dan built a software interface in collaboration with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to assist in collecting and analyzing data from an instrument that

Playing With Galaxies

Adding interactivity to a data visualization allows your audience to play with data. Think about how you understand data as a data scientist. You try things, you see how varying one parameter affects the others, and those interaction inform your conclusions. If you provide the same capacity to your audience, they will play with your data and do the work of convincing themselves. I'll talk about my work creating interactive data visualizations to convey conclusions in astroparticle physics, including interactive simulations of all our local galaxies.

including interactive simulations of all our local galaxies. storytelling agencies and data visualization startups in her

storytelling agencies and data visualization startups in her spare time. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Chicago and co-founder of her family's pinot noir vineyard in Oregon's Willamette Valley, Leslie is also a regular contributor at Forbes and has been recognized by Fast Company as one of ‘The Most Creative People in Business’, by Inc. Magazine as a ‘Top 30 Entrepreneur Under 30” and by Mashable as one of ’44 Female Entrepreneurs to Know’

by Mashable as one of ’44 Female Entrepreneurs to Know’ could be used to determine the

could be used to determine the composition of materials within our solar system. Dan received his master's degree in computer science at Vanderbilt in May 2013, where he also completed his undergraduate degree in computer engineering.

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