The fourth International Conference on Data Analytics and Management was held for the first time in the UK at London Met on 23 and 24 June.
Date: 21 August 2023
Professor Bal Virdee, Head of Communications Technology Research Centre in the School of Computing & Digital Media (SCDM) organised the fourth International Conference on Data Analytics and Management (ICDAM).
The primary goal of the conference was to disseminate the latest scientific advances, developments & innovations in the field of data analytics and management by researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners.
ICDAM was organised in association with three other universities, Karkonosze University of Applied Sciences, Poland, Politécnico de Portalegre, Portugal, and Bhagwan Parshuram Institute of Technology, Delhi, India.
Data analytics and management is a rapidly growing field of research with diverse areas of focus to enable organizations to make informed decisions by a nalysing and interpreting large volumes of data. By uncovering patterns, trends, and insights, businesses can identify opportunities, mitigate risks, and optimise their operations.
The topics covered at the conference included:
- Data mining and knowledge discovery
- Machine learning and AI
- Data visualization and visual analytics
- Data quality and integration
- Privacy-preserving data analytics
- Text and sentiment analysis
- Data governance and ethics
- Streaming and real-time analytics
- Decision support systems.
All papers submitted at the conference from around the world were peer reviewed. Out of the 1900 papers submitted, only 169 were selected for publication. Accepted papers will be published in the special issue of Springer’s proceedings which will be indexed to Scopus.
Keynote speakers of ICDAM 2023 included Professor Vassil Vassilev (London Met), Professor Sérgio Duarte Correia (University of Coimbra, Portugal), Aninda Bose (Senior Editor at Springer), and Professor Alfredo Cuzzocrea (University of Calabria, Italy).
There were in-person presentations from academics across the world, including India and Vietnam, and the conference was simultaneously broadcast live on Zoom.
The organising committee of the conference would like to thank Professor Don MacRaild, the PVC of Research & Knowledge Exchange, and Chris Lane, the Dean of SCDM, for supporting this event.