Knowledge graphs and what they can do for master data management - Germany 24 November

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Knowledge graphs help capture the true essence of data, semantics, and the relationships between them.

In this Germany-based event, industry leaders will exchange their experiences in the implementation of knowledge graphs to solve the most burning business problems.

This interactive 4 and a half hours event will provide insights on the implementation of knowledge graphs, and the various ways this technology is incorporated to tackle challenges and drive business.

Bonus: Quality networking over German beer and Italian pizza!

Key Speakers

Katariina is the lead Ontologist at Inter IKEA Systems B.V. Holding both a Master of Science and a Master of Music, Katariina specializes in the semantic web. In her free time, Katariina advises institutions, such as chamber music festivals, on digitalization, guiding the arts industry into the digital age. At IKEA, she models the IKEA Knowledge Graph, a common vocabulary to offer customers compelling interior design solutions in the digital space.

Michael has been passionate about software development for 30+ years. Over the last 12 years, he has been working on the open-source Neo4j graph database filling many roles, most recently leading the Developer Relations team. As caretaker of the Neo4j community and ecosystem, he especially loves working with graph-related projects, users, and contributors. As a developer, Michael enjoys many aspects of programming languages, learning new things every day, participating in exciting and ambitious open-source projects, and contributing to and writing software-related books and articles.

Having worked in the industry for 12+ years, across various enterprises and startups, Nischal has had the privilege of building and being a part of teams that have designed and implemented data engineering and data science solutions to solve complex problems. Understanding the challenges of developing data systems and taking them from the research to the production stage has been a fascinating and rewarding experience for him.

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