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Graphs4Good – Building a Better World with Connected Data – Asia Pacific
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Graphs4Good – Building a Better World with Connected Data – Asia Pacific

Thursday, May 26 | 9:00 a.m. IST | 11:30 a.m. SGT/CST/HKT | 12:30 p.m. JST | 1:30 p.m. AEST

Graphs are very good at detecting hidden patterns within reams of unstructured data. Our vision is to help the world make sense of data. But Neo4j’s Graphs4Good program was created to highlight graph-powered projects that are helping to solve some of society’s most pressing problems – climate change, a cure for cancer, large-scale criminal tax evasion, COVID-19 research and contact tracing, and to take down Russian Twitter trolls, to name a few.

With our Graphs4Good program, we aspire to continue connecting and enabling those who work with data for the good of humanity so their humanitarian efforts are most effective.

For this month’s Connections event, we’ve curated some of the most powerful stories and examples of how graphistas across the globe are using graph technology to build a better world. Join us for this half-day virtual event to learn more about how Graphs4Good are used in everything from investigative journalism to medical research, space junk monitoring, and beyond.

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Graphs4Good – Building a Better World with Connected Data – Asia Pacific

Speakers

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Dr. Maya Natarajan

Sr. Director, Knowledge Graphs
Neo4j

Photo of Shilpa Karkeraa

Shilpa Karkeraa

CEO and Founder
Myraa Technologies

Photo of Michael Hunger

Michael Hunger

Sr. Director, User Innovation
Neo4j

Photo of Jean Villedieu

Jean Villedieu

Managing Director
Linkurious

Photo of Emilia Diaz Struck

Emilia Diaz Struck

Data & Research Editor
ICIJ

Photo of Miguel Fiandor Gutierrez

Miguel Fiandor Gutierrez

Data Engineer
ICIJ

Photo of Dr. Alexander Jarasch

Dr. Alexander Jarasch

Head of Data and Knowledge Management
DZD

Photo of Dr. Moriba Jah

Dr. Moriba Jah

Associate Professor
University of Texas at Austin and Chief Scientific Advisor, Privateer

Photo of Mark Jensen

Mark Jensen

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

Photo of Todd Pihl

Todd Pihl

Director, Technical Project Manager
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

Photo of Ming Ying

Ming Ying

Senior Software Engineer
Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research


Agenda

Subject to Change

  • 11:30 – 11:45

    Dr. Maya Natarajan, Sr. Director, Knowledge Graphs, Neo4j

    Welcome and Introduction to Graphs4Good

  • 11:45 – 12:15

    Shilpa Karkeraa, CEO and Founder, Myraa Technologies

    Graphs that Saves Lives – Connecting Research Papers to Clinical Trials to Saving Human Lives

  • 12:15 – 1:30

    Dr. Maya Natarajan, Sr. Director, Knowledge Graphs, Neo4j

    Michael Hunger, Sr. Director, User Innovation, Neo4j

    Jean Villedieu, Managing Director, Linkurious

    Emilia Diaz Struck, Data & Research Editor, ICIJ

    Miguel Fiandor Gutierrez, Data Engineer, ICIJ

    The Pandora Papers: Exposing Financial Crime with Graph Technology

  • 1:30 – 1:50

    Dr. Alexander Jarasch, Head of Data and Knowledge Management, DZD

    From Advanced Queries to Algorithms and Graph-Based ML: Tackling Diabetes with Knowledge Graphs

  • 1:50 – 2:15

    Dr. Moriba Jah, Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin and Chief Scientific Advisor, Privateer

    Knowledge Graphing the Anthropogenic Space Object Population

  • 2:15 – 2:45

    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

  • 2:45 – 3:00

    Dr. Maya Natarajan, Sr. Director, Knowledge Graphs, Neo4j

    Graphs4Good Wrap Up