This is especially significant for India since it is among the fastest growing populations and economies in the world, while it also faces unique and major challenges in health, education, governance, security, as well as in socio-economic and environmental terms. Indeed our country stands to gain immensely in a variety of areas where public policy and decision-making can be guided by BDA such as personalized and public health, education, agriculture, finance, humanities, human migration and urbanization, security challenges, smart city planning, crime management, pollution control, environmental challenges, biodiversity, energy and waste management, etc.
To address the challenges of Big Data Analytics, A Special Interest Group was conceived and proposed by Prof. Saumyadipta Pyne. Thus, in 2014, under the leadership of Prof. Saumyadipta Pyne, CSI SIG BDA was established and its first meeting was held in CR RAO AIMSCS,Hyderabad.
Objectives and Planned Activities of SIG-BDA The list of activities of SIG-BDA will include, but not be limited to, the following:
The list of activities of SIG-BDA will include, but not be limited to, the following:
To occasionally arrange Roundtable meetings on BDA, if necessary, to solicit views from distinguished experts, identify emerging BDA topics of Indian and/or global interest, discuss on time-relevant BDA curricula to promote BDA research and human resource development, discuss on BDA capacity-building in the Indian institutions, prepare white papers on technical and policy recommendations on BDA, etc.
To provide a platform for research, promotion, and information dissemination activities in the area of Big Data Analytics.Vision
Passing on the benefits of Big Data Analytics to all.
• Established in 2014 under the leadership of Prof. Saumyadipta Pyne.
• Organizing year long workshops and tutorials on Big Data Analytics.
• Membership opportunities available to both Industry and Academia