Our call for submissions is currently open and we want to encourage all Big Data Open Source enthusiasts to submit ideas for talks, workshops, and discussions on Large Data Processing, NoSQL, IR/Search, AI/Machine Learning, Data Science or related topics.
We would love for you to apply!
You can find all the details about our call for submissions here.
The closing date for submissions is the 17th of February. All applications will be assessed anonymously by our program committee.
We’ve also put together some advice for people thinking of submitting who might be worried about presenting and applicants can also get someone to look over their abstract before submitting, details can be found via our front page here.
A little about Berlin Buzzwords
Berlin Buzzwords is a conference focused on open source software projects in the field of big data analysis, scalability, storage and searchability.
It provides a platform for developers, engineers, IT architects, analysts and data scientists who are interested in information retrieval, the searchability of large amounts of data, NoSQL and big data processing. Previous Berlin Buzzwords presentations have focused on Apache Spark, Flink, Kylin, Cassandra, Lucene, HBase, Kafka, Solr, Hadoop, Samza, Mahout, Elasticsearch, MongoDB and many more.
The conference was founded in 2010 by Isabel Drost-Fromm, Jan Lehnhardt and Simon Willhauer. In 2018, more than 600 attendees visited Kulturbrauerei to join the ninth edition of Berlin Buzzwords. Over 60 international speakers offered more than 40 hours of program in 60+ sessions on 4 stages.
We hope to see you this summer!