Data X Symposium

                    



                                                                  

Lehigh University

Data X Symposium
March 31 - April 1, 2016

 Click on the links below to watch videos from the Lehigh Data X Symposium:

                                                 Keynote

                                                Panel 1

                                                Panel 2

                                                Panel 3


Thursday, March 31, 2016
Reception and Kick-Off for LehighHacks
Bay C2, Mountaintop Campus

Friday, April 1, 2016
Data X Symposium
Herbert A. Roemmele ’53 Global Commons, Williams Hall

Welcome
Daniel Lopresti
Director, Data X
Professor and Chair, Computer Science and Engineering


Patrick Farrell
Provost and Vice President, Academic Affairs

Keynote Presentation: Gary Zenkel
President, NBC Olympics
President of Operations & Strategy, NBC Sports Group

Panel 1
Kathleen Egan
Vice President, Services & Analytics, Quri

Arun Hampapur
Director of Commerce Research, IBM

Brian Davison
Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

Panel 2
Geoffrey Colon
Communications Designer, Microsoft

Beth-Ann Eason
President, Innovid

Jeremy Littau
Assistant Professor, Journalism and Communication

Panel 3
Mount Allen
Director of Operations, San Francisco Jazz Organization

Humberto La Roche
Principal Engineer, Cisco Systems

Patrick Thornton
Senior Director of User Experience and Strategy, CQ Roll Call

Nevena Koukova
Associate Professor of Marketing

Closing Remarks
Alan Snyder
Vice President and Associate Provost, Research and Graduate Studies

LehighHacks Winners Announced
Bay C2, Mountaintop Campus

                 

Bay C2, Mountaintop Campus                                           Herbert A. Roemmele '53 Global Commons,                                                                                                 Williams Hall


Additional Information about LehighHacks:
LehighHacks is a 24-hour high energy hackathon where students come together, form teams around a problem or idea, and collaboratively use technology and data to create a unique solution from scratch — these generally take shape in the form of websites, mobile apps, and Internet of Things (IoT) innovation. Over the course of the hackathon, students learn how to work with new technologies, throw together tons of code, and hopefully find a solution to the challenge they set out to tackle. The event will be filled with food, caffeine, workshops, networking opportunities, prizes, and, you guessed it, more caffeine. As time runs out, teams demo what they’ve built to a panel of judges. Watch as students come together and use technology to transform ideas into reality.


Contact Information

Primary Contact

Stephanie Bodnar
Coordinator
610-758-3898


Date & Location

Date: 3/31/2016 to 4/1/2016
Location: