Register for Connections:
Graphs in Government
If you’re unable to make the full day of talks, that’s okay! All talks will be sent out to registered attendees after the event.

Join Us for a Day of

Graphs in Government

Wed, Apr 28, 2021
07:30 – 10:45 Pacific

Government agencies across the globe are challenged with complex, ever-evolving problems. The answers exist somewhere in a vast amount of data, but they are only identifiable with the right technology to make sense of interconnectedness within your data and often shifting political landscape. That technology is a graph database, which governments around the world are already using to fight crime, prevent terrorism, improve fiscal outcomes and more.

This online event is a half day of thought leadership on graphs in government, featuring guest speakers as well as Neo4j experts.

Sign up to get more info on Neo4j presentation topics and speakers, as it becomes available. If you’re unable to make the full event, that’s okay! All talks will be sent out to registered attendees after the event.

Register for Connections:
Graphs in Government

Speakers

Photo of Lance Walter

Lance Walter

CMO
Neo4j

Photo of Dave Packer

Dave Packer

VP, Product Marketing
Neo4j

Photo of Gary Mann

Gary Mann

Sr. Solutions Engineer
Neo4j

Photo of Dr. Alicia Frame

Dr. Alicia Frame

Director - Graph Data Science
Neo4j

Photo of Nisha Iyer

Nisha Iyer

VP, Data Science and Engineering
Data Society

Photo of Ming Ying

Ming Ying

Senior Software Engineer
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

Photo of  Todd Pihl

Todd Pihl

Technical Project Manager
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

Photo of Mark Jensen

Mark Jensen

Director, Data Management and Interoperability
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research


Agenda

Subject To Change

  • 7:30 – 7:45

    Lance Walter, CMO, Neo4j

    Kick Off

  • 7:45 – 8:15

    Dave Packer, VP Product Marketing, Neo4j

    TBA

  • 8:15 – 8:45

    Nisha Iyer, VP, Data Science and Engineering

    Enabling Advanced Machine Learning for the Government

  • 8:45 – 9:30

    Dr. Alicia Frame, Director – Graph Data Science, Neo4j

    Relationships Matter: Using Connected Data for Better Machine Learning

  • 9:30 – 10:00

    Gary Mann, Sr. Solutions Engineer, Neo4j

    Document Discovery with Graph Data Science

  • 10:00 – 10:45

    Mark Jensen, Director, Data Management and Interoperability, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

    Todd Pihl, Director, Technical Project Manager, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

    Ming Ying, Senior Software Engineer, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

    Building the Cancer Research Data Commons with Neo4j: The Bento Framework