Daniel Moura

Principal Data Scientist @ Veniam

Daniel Moura is a computer scientist and engineer passionate about data and algorithms. He is the Principal Data Scientist at Veniam where he leads Data Science and Data Engineering since 2015 and is helping to make Veniam the next unicorn :-) Before joining Veniam, Daniel lead the Data area of the FP7 Future Cities project, was a Researcher at the University of Porto and Visiting Researcher at the University College of London, the University of Gent and the École Polytechnique de Montréal. Daniel’s work crosses several application domains (e.g. medical imaging, public transport, vehicular communication systems, adhesive compounds) in the areas of Data Science/Analysis/Engineering, Machine Learning, Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems. PhD in Computing Engineering (2011), MSc in Artificial Intelligence (2006) and graduated in Computing Engineering (2001) by the University of Porto, Daniel authored 15 patents, 9 publications in peer-reviewed journals, and 2 blog posts on Medium :-) He is now venturing into the open source world with the SpyQL project.

Daniel Moura

Principal Data Scientist @ Veniam

Daniel Moura is a computer scientist and engineer passionate about data and algorithms. He is the Principal Data Scientist at Veniam where he leads Data Science and Data Engineering since 2015 and is helping to make Veniam the next unicorn :-) Before joining Veniam, Daniel lead the Data area of the FP7 Future Cities project, was a Researcher at the University of Porto and Visiting Researcher at the University College of London, the University of Gent and the École Polytechnique de Montréal. Daniel’s work crosses several application domains (e.g. medical imaging, public transport, vehicular communication systems, adhesive compounds) in the areas of Data Science/Analysis/Engineering, Machine Learning, Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems. PhD in Computing Engineering (2011), MSc in Artificial Intelligence (2006) and graduated in Computing Engineering (2001) by the University of Porto, Daniel authored 15 patents, 9 publications in peer-reviewed journals, and 2 blog posts on Medium :-) He is now venturing into the open source world with the SpyQL project.

Talk: Data to the rescue

Dia 3
16h10
17 novembro

For this talk, I have selected case studies from work that I have done in the past 10 years where data was the centerpiece. Use cases come from different application domains, namely, medical imaging, urban mobility and vehicular communication systems and span from academia research to commercial applications. I will show you how data can help doctors making better diagnostics, help public transport companies improve their efficiency, and help understand the business opportunities of vehicular communication systems.