The cancellation of ICT.OPEN, due to the Corona virus, delayed the Commit2Data poster competition.
Commit2Data provides three masterclasses on valorization for all participants in the Commit2Data projects. The first masterclass took place in Utrecht earlier this year and took a full day.
Q&A with Msc. Waqas Khan
February 2020 – Q&A with Assistent Professor Willem Jaarsveld
February 2020 - Q&A with dr. Guido van Wingen
For this Project Update we have been in contact with Dr. ir. Marjan Popov of the TU Delft. He has kindly given us some of his time, knowledge and experience to talk to us about the research behind, the consortium and the current state of the project. Dr. Popov has formed the idea and plan for the research topic, and this has led him to be part of the largest public-private collaboration in the national projects he has ever been part of.
Diagame is currently developed as a digital version of the boardgame Game Of Goose to educate patients with diabetes about their disease. Patients walk through the game in a way they recognize daily life situations, which motivates them to keep playing.
Big Data is slowly taking on an increasingly important position within society. A growing number of organisations are actively focusing on the collection of data in order to use it for various purposes. Commit2Data was founded to support to stimulate organizations from different domains to collaborate in collecting data intelligently and using it correctly for innovative purposes. Commit2Data is a multi-year national research and innovation programme based on public-private partnerships (PPP), aimed at cross-sectoral collaboration on big data issues. By bringing together science and business, Commit2Data offers an excellent opportunity to discover new business models and opportunities.