Stockholm Waterfront 20-21 november 2017

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Nordic Open Data Forum 2017 Organizer IIS

The first Nordic Open Data Forum event will take place in Stockholm this November. Open Data has quickly become an important issue for all of us and a key component when building the future internet.

Livestream can be found here on the 21st of November.

The first Nordic Open Data Forum event will take place in Stockholm, 20-21 November 2017. Open Data has quickly become an important issue for all of us and a key component when building the future internet. The synergies between the Nordic countries are many and it’s time we meet and talk. For social media, #NordicOpenData is the official hashtag

The price for the entire two day event is 1250 SEK (about 125 EUR) and includes access to all events and meals. Click here to sign up! Use the discount code IND17 to get 20% discount!

Day 1 – Monday 20/11 – Workshop day
Location: The Internet Foundation, Hammarby kaj 10D, Stockholm
 
09.00 – 10.00 Coffee and registration
10.00 – 10.10 – Introduction by Rickard Dahlstrand, IIS.
10.10 – 11.30 – Unconference with latest news in open data
– Jan Lutz from LuftDaten.
– GDPR and unstructured data with help of AI. Peter Mankenskiöld, Sambruk.
– This years Trafiklabhjälte – Elias Arnestrand, Trafiklab
– Nominations for Open Knowledge Awards (www.okawards.org) – Johanna De Vera, Serdar Temiz
(etc)
11.30 – 12.00 – Workshop presentations
12.00 – 13.00 – Lunch
13.00 – 15.00 – Workshops:
– Open Mobility Data in the Nordics (Elias Arnestrand – Zeto, Daniel Rudmark – RISE Viktoria, Per-Erik Holmberg RISE Viktoria)
– The Six City Open Data tactics (Anu-Maria Laitinen, City of Tampere)
– Usable Open Data (Tryggvi Björgvinsson, Félag um stafrænt frelsi á Íslandi)
– Hack for Sweden 2.0 (Jonas Södergren och Anders Granström, Arbetsförmedlingen)
– Open Data Ecosystem Growth (Josefin Lassinantti, Jonathan Crusoe
)
– MyData – applying the ”open” principles to personal data (Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola, Aalto University and Open Knowledge Finland)
– Open weather data (Angela Yong – SMHI, Peter Lindgren – Visiarc)
– Measure air quality at home (Hannes Ebner, Matthias Palmér, MetaSolutions AB)
– Open Data Journalism (Kristofer Sjöholm, Sweco, and Tarjei Leer-Salvesen, innsyn.no)

15.00 – 15.30 – Fika (=coffee break)
15.30 – 17.30 – The workshops continues!
– Open Mobility Data in the Nordics (Elias Arnestrand – Zeto, Daniel Rudmark – RISE Viktoria, Per-Erik Holmberg RISE Viktoria)
– The Six City Open Data tactics (Anu-Maria Laitinen, City of Tampere)
– Usable Open Data (Tryggvi Björgvinsson, Félag um stafrænt frelsi á Íslandi)
– Hack for Sweden 2.0 (Jonas Södergren och Anders Granström, Arbetsförmedlingen)
– MyData – applying the ”open” principles to personal data (Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola, Aalto University and Open Knowledge Finland)
– Open weather data (Angela Yong – SMHI, Peter Lindgren – Visiarc)
– Measure air quality at home (Hannes Ebner, Matthias Palmér, MetaSolutions AB)
– Open Data Journalism (Kristofer Sjöholm, Sweco, and Tarjei Leer-Salvesen, innsyn.no)

– Open Data Measurements (Karin Ahlin, Ana Brandusescu)

17.30 – 21.00 – Dinner and social activities at Fandado.

Day 2 – Tuesday 21/11 – Conference day (Internetdagarna)
Location: Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre, Nils Ericsons Plan 4, Stockholm


9.00 – 10.00 – Keynote session with Sue Gardner and Kentaro Toyama
10.00 – 10.30 – Coffee break
10.30 – 12.30 – Open Data Keynote session #1:
– Therese Karger-Lerchl, Open Data Institute
– Tarjei Leer-Salvesen, Innsyn.no 
– Juho Kokkola, Industryhack
12.30 – 13.30 – Lunch
13.30 – 13.50 – Internetdagarna keynote session with Primavera de Fillippi
14.00 – 15.00 – Open Data Keynote session #2:
– Ana Brandusescu, World Wide Web Foundation
– Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola, Aalto University and Open Knowledge Finland
15.00 – 15.30 – Coffee break
15.30 – 17.00 – Tour de table with glimpses from the Nordic open data arena, including workshop summaries
17.00 – 21.00 – Mingle

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Keynote-sessions

Speaker(s)

  • Sue Gardner

    I år välkomnar vi Sue Gardner till Stockholm Waterfront. Hon är specialrådgivare till Wikimedia Foundation, den ideella organisation som driver Wikipedia. Mellan 2007 och 2014 var hon dess vd och hon har även utsetts av Forbes magazine till en av världens 100 mäktigaste kvinnor. Read more

  • Kentaro Toyama

    Kan verkligen bärbara datorer och mobiler leda till social förändring? I sin bok Geek Heresy har Kentaro Toyama dissekerat åsikten att tekniken ska rädda världen. Hör honom berätta varför människor är effektivare än prylar. Read more

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Fika

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Moderator(s)

  • Cathrine Lippert   Senior Consultant at Danish Technological Institute

    Cathrine Lippert is a Senior Consultant at the Danish Technological Institute, helping businesses and the public sector in Denmark and abroad make the most of digital transformation, including Big Data, Small Data & Open Data, Internet of Things, Smart City, and Industry 4.0. Read more

Speaker(s)

  • Tarjei Leer-Salvesen   Investigative journalist

    Investigative journalist since 1996, background from documentary film research and different newspapers, and teaching journalistic method and university colleges. Currently employed at Fædrelandsvennen. Have specialized in search techniques and access to public documents.
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  • Antti ‘Jogi’ Poikola   Researcher

    Advocate and experimenter of openness in society. Researcher at Aalto University, founding member of the MyData Global Network and Open Knowledge Finland association. Read more

  • Ana Brandusescu   Research and Policy Officer at Web Foundation

    Ana is a Research and Policy Officer at the Web Foundation. She is focused on driving a more inclusive use of data and enhancing digital rights, through various data, research and policy projects. These include Women’s Rights Online, IDEA – Initiative for Data Equity in Africa and the Open Data Barometer. She also works on open contracting and governance, and artificial intelligence.
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  • Therese Karger-Lerchl   Consultant

    Therese is a consultant at the Open Data Institute, specialising in service design models with open data, government data initiatives, global development and start-up accelerators. She currently leads programmes with the UK government, Ukraine and Malaysia. Holding a Masters in economics, Therese's research work focuses on the economic impact of open data initiatives. Read more

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Keynote-session

Speaker(s)

  • Primavera de Filippi

    Primavera De Filippi är en internationellt erkänd auktoritet på rättsliga utmaningar och möjligheter med decentraliserade nätbaserade tekniska lösningar, med särskilt fokus på blockkedjeteknik som Bitcoin. Read more

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Moderator(s)

  • Cathrine Lippert   Senior Consultant at Danish Technological Institute

    Cathrine Lippert is a Senior Consultant at the Danish Technological Institute, helping businesses and the public sector in Denmark and abroad make the most of digital transformation, including Big Data, Small Data & Open Data, Internet of Things, Smart City, and Industry 4.0. Read more

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Fika

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Moderator(s)

  • Cathrine Lippert   Senior Consultant at Danish Technological Institute

    Cathrine Lippert is a Senior Consultant at the Danish Technological Institute, helping businesses and the public sector in Denmark and abroad make the most of digital transformation, including Big Data, Small Data & Open Data, Internet of Things, Smart City, and Industry 4.0. Read more