understanding complex and large industrial data (UCLID 2014)

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Just received this announcement of the UCLID 2014 conference in Lancaster, July 1-2 2014:

Understanding Complex and Large Industrial Data 2014, or UCLID, is a workshop which aims to provide an opportunity for academic researchers and industrial practitioners to work together and share ideas on the fast developing field of ‘big data’ analysis. This is a growing area of importance within academia and industry where the potential for new research and economic impact has been recognised.

UCLID 2014 is hosted by the STOR-i Doctoral Training Centre, which is based at Lancaster University. STOR-i’s unique position between academia and industry provides an ideal venue for this event, as this workshop builds upon STOR-i’s philosophy of cross-collaboration and implementation of new research within the wider community.

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