Dutch Innovation Park Data Workshop

On behalf of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, it is our pleasure to welcome you to our workshop on the Data Innovation Hub (DIH). The DIH is an exciting initiative that brings together academic expertise, industry partnerships, and cutting-edge technology to drive innovation and solve real-world problems.

During the workshop, you will learn about the activities of the DIH and the opportunities available for collaboration with our team. Our mission is to foster innovation in data science and artificial intelligence, and we believe that collaboration between academia and industry is essential for achieving this goal.

At the DIH, we offer a range of services and activities designed to support collaboration and innovation. For example, we provide education and training in data science and artificial intelligence, including courses and workshops for students, researchers, and professionals. We also support research projects in data science and artificial intelligence, with a focus on applied research that addresses real-world problems.

In addition, we work closely with industry partners to develop data-driven solutions and to provide students with opportunities to work on real-world projects. By collaborating with the DIH, companies can benefit from access to cutting-edge technologies, data sets, and expertise in data science. We also provide access to high-performance computing and data storage resources, as well as to a range of data sets and tools.

Workshop Program

Here is the program for the day:
14:30 Welcome coffee & tea

15:00 Introduction to Data Innovation Hub
By: Prof, Lampros Stergioulas
Professor Stergioulas will explain the mission and ambition of the DIH. How we aim to bring industry and education together, and what facilities we offer to help accomplish this.

15:30 Example project: Rotterdam Airport passenger prediction
By: Dr. Mathis Mourey
As an example, Dr. Mourey will present a project we just completed with The Hague Rotterdam Airport. We collaborated on generating algorithms to predict the number of passengers travelling through the airport.

15:50 Coffee Break

16:00 Collaboration possibilities HHS & Business
by: Dr. Hani Alers
Dr. Alers will explain the opportunities available for collaboration within the educational programs in The Hague University. Here you can see what you need to prepare for such a collaboration and you can expect to receive at the end.

16:30 Q&A, brainstorming session
17:00 Borrel

Join us on 23-March-2023

We will meet at 14:30 in the Dutch Innovation Factory

Bleiswijkseweg 37E
2712 PB
Zoetermeer