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Tuesday, September 24 • 8:30am - 12:00pm
Curricula and Teaching Methods in Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Data Science (DTW 2019)

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The emergence of Data Science technologies that combine Cloud Computing, Big Data and Data Analytics technologies as specialized fields in computing is motivating development of new teaching methods in course design to provide education in the techniques and technologies needed to extract knowledge from large datasets in virtualized environment. In current literature there is a lack of well-articulated learning resource for beginners that would integrate administrative, programing, and algorithm design aspects of related domains. We believe it is important to allow students, researchers, and professionals to understand cross-domain aspects of these challenges before they embark on further exploration of these fields. A small number of high-quality contributions will be presented during the workshop. At the end of the workshop, a forum discussion is planned to debate on future directions of curricula and teaching methods in Data Science, Big Data, and Cloud Computing.

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Data Science Model Curriculum Implementation for Various Types of Big Data Infrastructure Courses
Tomasz Wiktorski (University of Stavanger, Norway), Yuri Demchenko (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands), and Oleg Chertov (National Technical University of Ukraine)

Teaching DevOps and Cloud Based Software Engineering in University Curricula
Yuri Demchenko (University of Amsterdam), Zhiming Zhao (University of Amsterdam), Jayachander Surbiryala (University of Stavanger), Spiros Koulouzis (University of Amsterdam), Zeshun Shi (University of Amsterdam), Xiaofeng Liao (University of Amsterdam), and Jelena Gordiyenko (Agile Telecom)

EDISON Data Science Framework (EDSF) Extension to Address Transversal Skills Required by Emerging Industry 4.0 Transformation
Yuri Demchenko (University of Amsterdam), Tomasz Wiktorski (University of Stavanger), Juan Cuadrado Gallego (University of Alcala), and Steve Brewer (University of Southampton)

Tuesday September 24, 2019 8:30am - 12:00pm PDT
Boardroom East