• Explore
    the jungle of big data
    go discovering social data in an ethical way
  • A compass
    to find the way
    a network of universities, institutions and companies
    to study big data
  • Your boat
    in the ocean of big data
    The European Research Infrastructure on Social Data Mining
    where data are safe
 

SoBigData is the European Research Infrastructure for Big Data and Social Mining. From data to knowledge, investigating stories ethically, paying attention to citizens privacy. 7 european countries, more than 100 data scientists.

ACCESS TO INFRASTRUCTURE


Do you want to start your big data journey?

VIRTUAL ACCESS

 Make your journey virtually by exploring data right from your home.


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TRANSNATIONAL ACCESS

Take your luggage and come to SoBigData to explore data. 


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TRAINING


How to become a big data explorer.

 SoBigData Datathons bring together computer programmers, storytellers, graphic designers and statisticians.

SoBigData Summer Schools prepare the best PhDs in science and engineering to work as data scientists.

SoBigData Training Courses are tailored specifically for high-school students to promote the role of data scientists.

DISSEMINATION


Meet the big data explorers and take part in the SoBigData community.

 We organize SoBigData Conferences to tell the news about our researches.

 During SoBigData Workshops we work with reasearchers and industrial partners.

 We join other events around the world, to talk about us and to listen big data news.

 In this press section you can read magazine and journal articles talking about us.

 

CSCW2017

Start:
2017/02/25
End:
2017/03/01
Location:
Portland, OR
Link:
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
Description:

CSCW is the premier venue for presenting research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organizations, communities, and networks. Bringing together top researchers and practitioners from academia and industry, CSCW explores the technical, social, material, and theoretical challenges of designing technology to support collaborative work and life activities. CSCW welcomes a diverse range of topics and research methodologies. Studies often involve the development and application of novel technologies and/or ethnographic studies that inform design practice or theory.

www2017

Start:
2017/04/03
End:
2017/04/07
Location:
Perth, Australia
Link:
2017 World Wide Web conference
Description:

The 26th International World Wide Web conference promises delegates a sustainable, relevant, innovative and memorable program and is the centerpiece of Perth's ‘Festival of the Web’: eight days of social events from dawn to dark, focusing on four themesthat address the significant challenges of our era and beyond.

ECSM2017

Start:
2017/07/03
End:
2017/07/04
Location:
Vilnius, Lithuania
Link:
4th European Conference on Social Media (ECSM2017)
Description:

Social media is being adopted and applied in almost every area of human activity, be it for personal applications, in education, for commercial applications or in the public sector. The rapid uptake of social media is related to many factors including its ease of use and adaptability to different devices. However, it also poses some challenges and problems that need to be addressed and discussed.

Lipari Summer School on Computational Complex and Social Systems

Start:
2017/07/16
End:
2017/07/22
Location:
Lipari Island, Italy
Link:
Lipari School on Computational Complex and Social Systems
Description:

This summer school will provide opportunities to collect experience with modern data analysis, in particular Big Data analytics. This includes subjects to mine data in the Internet of Things. Our main and special guest lectures, which are recognized authorities in such a field, will address such a scope focusing on algorithms, computational models and practical results.

CONSORTIUM


Our expedition team: 12 research institutions from 7 countries (Italy, UK, Germany, Estonia, Finland, The Netherlands, and Switzerland).

Contact us


In order to get in touch you can contact the project coordinator

Address

CNR via G. Moruzzi 1 56124 Pisa, Italy