The ISC Cloud & Big Data conference program will give all attendees a chance to discuss key challenges and opportunities with leading experts in cloud computing and big data analytics.  Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gentzsch, Sverre Jarp and Prof. Wolfgang E. Nagel, along with a dedicated program committee are currently working on designing the program.

The program will highlight performance demanding cloud and big data applications and technologies. It will consist of three tracks: Business, Technology and Research, plus one full day of workshops.

Business Track

This track will present technology assessments and diverse case studies focusing on cloud and big data solutions aimed at commercial settings. It will also demonstrate how emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Things can be beneficial to different organizations. Six sessions are lined up, each one focusing on a different aspect of how businesses can profit from the latest in cloud computing and big data. For specific information about the individual sessions, please click here.

Technology Track

This track will cover the key technologies that drive the selection and deployment of cloud and big data infrastructure. Challenges and other technical issues will be covered in-depth across a range of topics, including data management, analytics, data privacy/security, platforms and tools.  For specific information about the individual sessions, please click here.

Research Track

In this track, researchers and scientists will be presented with an array of talks selected from the best papers submitted to the ISC Cloud & Big Data research paper committee. Given that computation research is the foundation of all advancements in cloud computing, analytics, and data management, these presentations can offer a glimpse into the future of these fields. Click here for information about the research papers. 


The workshops will be held on September 28 and will present participants with a variety of topics, such as become familiar with state-of-the-art deep learning techniques for image recognition and will also be able to deploy their own deep learning strategy benefiting from GPU acceleration in a cluster or how to quickly deploy an HPC cluster. To get an overview of our workshops, please click here.