You can become a speaker at Big Data Tech Warsaw 2024!
We invite you to go through the process of speaking proposal submission – necessary details you will find below.
The 10th edition of the annual conference Big Data Technology Warsaw Summit takes 10th-11th April 2024.
More than 500 professionals will attend the conference to hear technical presentations given by dozens of speakers from top data-driven companies.
Watch the video of 2023 edition
Submissions about case studies, technology that solves real-world problems, best practices and lessons learned are particularly welcome. The Selection Committee will be evaluating the presentation value, uniqueness of its subject, alignment with conference core and also speaker’s professional achievements. Every submission will get the score – and the final judgement will be based on this score!
Since the conference is targeted to the technical audience, the submissions containing outright sales pitches and commercial presentations will be rejected.
Interesting remarks about evaluating CFP submissions from Adam Kawa from the Selection Comitee: How we evaluate the CfP submissions and build the conference agenda at Big Data Technology Warsaw Summit - GetInData". This is from one of the past editions of the conference but still valid!
Selection committee BDTWS 2024:
Members of top data-driven companies compose the selection committee.
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- Proposals deadline: November 10th, 2023
- Notification to authors of their acceptance by the committee: before or on November 20th, 2023
- Confirmation by authors to organizers of their attendance: before or on November 30th, 2023
- All the sessions will be conducted in English (no exceptions!)
- Each presentation should last for 30 minutes (including time for Q&A)
- Authors of accepted submissions agree to allow the organizers to publish their material and the content of their sessions subject to any copyright limitations, including videos of the talks, interviews, etc.
- We are going to organize hybrid conference, hence it should be up you, whether you present online or onsite.