EU DataViz 2019

The EU DataViz conference

Serving citizens through better data visualisation

12 November 2019

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About the conference

EU DataViz 2019 is an international conference organised by the Publications Office of the European Union.

It addresses for the first time the specific needs of the community engaged in data visualisation for the public sector in Europe, bringing together experts, practitioners and solution seekers.

Where

European Convention Center
Luxembourg

When

12 November 2019

Contributors

Dr Valentina Alberti

Dr Valentina Alberti

Joint Research Centre
(EU)

Ariane Aumaitre

Ariane Aumaitre

European University
Institute of Florence

Juan Arevalo Torres

Juan Arevalo Torres

Randbee consultants
(Spain)

Victoria Boeck

Victoria Boeck

Technologiestiftung Berlin
(Germany)

Matteo Bonera

Matteo Bonera

The Visual Agency
(Italy)

Louis de Charsonville

Louis de Charsonville

European Central Bank
(EU)

Dr Annamaria Donnarumma

Dr Annamaria Donnarumma

SIRIS Academic
(Spain)

Edwin de Jonge

Edwin de Jonge

Statistics Netherlands
(The Netherlands)

Federica Fragapane

Federica Fragapane

Information designer
(Italy)

Caroline Goulard

Caroline Goulard

Dataveyes
(France)

Marc Hansen

Marc Hansen

Government of the Grand
Duchy of Luxembourg

Dr Rudolf Strohmeier

Dr Rudolf Strohmeier

Publications Office
(EU)

Xaquín Veira González

Xaquín Veira González

Xaquín G.V.
(Spain)

Benjamin Wiederkehr

Benjamin Wiederkehr

Interactive Things
(Switzerland)

Programme

9.00 Registration and coffee
9.30

Plenary speeches

Dr Rudolf Strohmeier

Opening speech
Dr Rudolf Strohmeier — Publications Office of the EU

Marc Hansen

Keynote address
Marc Hansen — Minister Delegate for Digitalisation, Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Victoria Boeck

Open data and data visualisation: building the virtuous cycle
Victoria Boeck — Technologiestiftung Berlin

Marc Wilikens

Visualisation for knowledge communication: a holistic approach
Marc Wilikens — Joint Research Centre of the European Commission

Xaquín Veira González

Honest visuals: ethics in data visualisation
Xaquín Veira González — Xaquín G.V.

11.00 Coffee break and exhibition and poster session
11.45-13.00
Thematic sessions

1.
Understanding policy

2.
Discovering statistics

3.
Exploring geospatial data

4.
Serving citizens

5.
Tools for data visualisation

Communicating complex economic topics for policymakers
Annie White and Nil Tuzcu — Harvard’s Growth Lab
Building digital dashboards for fully personalised data experience
Annika Brauer — Statistics Estonia
Exploratory visualisation and interactive analysis of big geospatial data
Dr Pierre Soille — Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
Making it easier for citizens to use, adapt and build upon data visualisations: lessons learned by EDJNet
Lorenzo Ferrari — European Data Journalism Network
Applications to publish graphics in newsrooms
Rafael Höhr — Prodigioso Volcan
Visualising ethical frameworks and policy documents in digital spaces
Joanna Sleigh and Manuel Schneider — ETH Zürich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich
Visualisation of experimental statistical data from administrative registers in Poland
Dr Wiesława Gierańczyk and Dr Leszek Kozlowski — Statistics Poland
The European Data Portal and the visualisation of geoinformation and real-time data
Antje Kügeler — Conterra, Simon Jirka — 52north, and Eline Lincklaen Arriëns — Capgemini Invent
Using data visualisation to communicate statistics — Experiences from the United Kingdom
Dr Martin Ralphs — Office for National Statistics
Interactive data visualisation using Shiny apps
Ariane Aumaitre — European University Institute in Florence
European Union elections: the case for a harmonised treatment of European election data
Arnold Platon — Data visualisation freelancer
Using visualisation to monitor and explore European market infrastructure regulation data on derivatives
Louis de Charsonville — European Central Bank
Meaningful maps
Michael Neutze, Expert at the Destatis — Federal Statistical Office of Germany
Experience Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Atlanticus — A new approach in digital humanities
Matteo Bonera — The Visual Agency
Data visualisation technology to improve data access and dissemination
Dr Roberto Barcellan — European Commission’s Directorate-General for Informatics
EU trade summary for cabinet briefings
Dr Lorenzo Isella — European Commission's Directorate-General for Trade
Six recipes for solving common operational challenges with data analytics
Oliver Wise — Tyler Technologies
Geovisualisation of spatial statistical data
Anna Slawinska — Statistics Poland
How do design students perceive statistics?
Laima Grizaite — Statistics Lithuania
R and SDMX visualisation
Dr Athanasios Stavrakoudis — University of Ioannina
13.00 Lunch break and exhibition and poster session
14.00-15.15
Thematic sessions

6.
New ways to present reports

7.
Designing beautiful data visualisation

8.
Building smart cities

9.
Telling stories

10.
Emerging technologies

Open data, open code, open knowledge: visualising development data at the World Bank
Tony Fujs — World Bank
Visualisation aesthetics: a practical approach for better-looking charts
Jovan Lekovic — The Synthesis Bureau
Sharing vision through cutting-edge visualisation in Japan
Dr Kentaro Akahoshi — Cabinet Office of Japan
Data storytelling for public administrations
Matteo Moretti — Sheldon.studio
Visualisation and machine learning: the right mix to reach trustworthy artificial intelligence?
Dr Benoît Otjacques — Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Beyond the PDF — Creating reports that are relevant to your audience
Adina Renner — Aalto University, Helsinki
Using data art for science communication
Dr Kirell Benzi — ekino
CityVis: urban data visualisation
Dr Sebastian Meier and Victoria Boeck — Technologiestiftung Berlin
Explore, visualise and tell: journalistic secrets to crafting a precise story with data
Hassel Fallas — University of Guadalajara
Data visualisation tools at the European Environment Agency
Dr Fernanda Néry and Sébastien Petit — European Environment Agency
Discover how visual analytics helps the European Investment Fund deliver insights into public funding
Steve Albrecht — The Information Lab
Visual narratives to connect: data visualisation for and with people
Federica Fragapane — Information designer
The power of flying flags: visualisations for transparent EU structural investments
John Walsh — European Commission’s Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy
What do Brazilian voters search for in presidency candidates?
Carol Cavaleiro — O Globo newspaper
Accessibility in data visualisation
Davide Vernassa — Knowage
How an annual report became an innovative magazine with infographics and visualised data
Dr Suzan Fiack — German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment
Best practices in information design
Birger Morgenstjerne and Jeppe Morgenstjerne — Ferdio
DataViz: an inescapable tool for the development of ‘smart cities’
Milan Kabáč and Mickaël Marchese — Kereon Intelligence
To murder in Mexico: impunity guaranteed
Yosune Chamizo Alberro — Animal Político
Before and beyond data visualisation
Anoop Variyan Kandiyil — PublicBI
15.15 Coffee break and exhibition and poster session
16.00

Plenary speeches

Juan Arevalo Torres

The art of spatial data storytelling
Juan Arevalo Torres — Randbee consultants

Caroline Goulard

Making the invisible visible
Caroline Goulard — Dataveyes

CERN and DNEG

Visualising the cosmos: from the tiniest scales to the massive black holes
Barthélémy von Haller — CERN — Centre for scientific research
Jeremi Niedziela — CERN — Centre for scientific research
Oliver James — DNEG — Double Negative

Closing words

18.00 Networking drinks

Partners

Venue

European Convention Center Luxembourg

How to get there: via tram (stop at Philharmonie - Mudam) or via bus lines 1, 16, 18 (stop at Pafendall).


Parking possibilities: Place de l'Europe car park or Trois Glands car park.

Hotels

When booking mention "eudataviz" to benefit from the negotiated rate

Doubletree by Hilton

Doubletree by Hilton

12, Rue Jean Engling
L-1466 Dommeldange

Coque Hotel

Coque Hotel

2, rue Léon Hengen, Kirchberg
L-1745 Luxembourg

Grünewald Hotel

Grünewald

10-14, rte d'Echternach
L-1453 Luxembourg

Grand Hotel Victor Hugo

Grand Hotel Victor Hugo

3-4, Avenue Victor Hugo
L-1750 Luxembourg

Hotel JJ32 Centre Gare Luxembourg

Hotel JJ32 Centre Gare

32, Rue Joseph Junck
L-1839 Luxembourg

Hotel Piemont

Hotel Piemont

56, Route d’Esch
L-1470 Luxembourg

Programme committee

The programme committee selected the speakers from 102 submissions from 33 countries

EU DataViz 2019 - Timeline

Maria Apostolou, Publications Office of the EU Corina Buruiana, Publications Office of the EU
Laurent Jacques Corveleyn, Directorate-General for Communication of the European Commission Beatriz Fernandez Nebreda, Publications Office of the EU
Francisco Garcia Moran, Structural Reform Support Service of the European Commission Christiaan Laevaert, Eurostat
Darren McGarry, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission Dr Carlos Perez, Publications Office of the EU
Dr Hannes Reuter, Eurostat Laura Smillie, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
Simon Steuer, Publications Office of the EU Daniel Szmytkowski, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission
Marc Wilikens, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission Agnieszka Zając, Publications Office of the EU

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