Due to COVID-19, the LAMBDA Plenary Meeting was organized online.
The LAMBDA Plenary Meeting, organized at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, had a goal to review the activities in 2019 and discuss the Action Plan for 2020. As part of the staff exchange between PUPIN and UOXF, a one-week knowledge transfer programme was conducted on topics from the VADA project.
We're pleased to announce that the LAMBDA Plenary meeting was organized in Belgrade, Serbia at the Mihajlo Pupin Institute, on 17 June 2019.
We are glad to announce that the LAMBDA consortium met the Advisory Bord Members at the Belgrade Art Hotel on June 17, 2019. During the 3-day events (Big Data Analytics Summer School, 18-20.06.2019), the PUPIN staff and other giuests from West Balkan countries had opportunities to network with experts and internationally renowned Big data and semantic technologies professors.
We're pleased to announce that the LAMBDA Plenary meeting was held in Sankt Augustin, Germany, on 16 January 2019. The project partners discussed the M06 Deliverables and the LAMBDA Action Plan for 2019.
This document entitled “Data Management Plan” (DMP) outlines the strategy for data management to be applied throughout the course of the LAMBDA project, as well as the actions that will be taken after the LAMBDA project has been finished. It is based on the “Guidelines on Data Management in Horizon 2020” document and follows the FAIR Data management principles. The DMP will be updated in the course of the project whenever significant changes arise, in addition to the periodic evaluation/assessment of the project.
This deliverable sets out the quality practices for the LAMBDA project and provides assurance that the quality control and risk management requirements are planned appropriately. It is the first deliverable of Task 1.3 (quality control, risk management and self-assessment) which monitors the project implementation in order to work effectively towards achieving the project goals. Quality control, risk management and self-assessment procedures defined in the project proposal phase have been further elaborated and presented in this deliverable.
We're pleased to announce that the LAMBDA Kick-off meeting was held in Belgrade, Serbia, on 17 and 18 September 2018.
The Meeting was opened by Prof. Ivanka Popovic, Rector of the University of Belgrade.
This deliverable is a one-page statement that PUPIN has declared the peer-reviewed publications in the Big Data and Analytics domain published by PUPIN staff in the last
three years preceding the start date of LAMBDA.