In an era where technology advances at a dizzying pace, the ability to adapt and engage in continuous learning is crucial for every professional. In this context, the “IoT and Big Data Analytics” event, held on November 14, 2023, at the Faculty of Automation, Computers, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, in room Y505, represented a beacon of opportunity for those eager to expand and deepen their knowledge in digital transformation.
Designed as an intensive one-day training session, the program hosted 39 participants. Its purpose went beyond the mere dissemination of information, aiming to cultivate a culture of “Test, Adapt, and Learn” – vital for those navigating the turbulent waters of digitalization. Critical topics such as auditing organizational culture, co-creating ideas through Design Thinking, and the intelligent use of big data for consumer behavior predictions were among the many areas covered.
University lecturer Dr. Anisia Culea led these sessions, emphasizing a creative approach in the learning process. The program included interactive sessions to ensure effective information retention, and each participant received a certificate of participation, symbolizing not just attendance, but also a commitment to professional excellence.
Participating in the “IoT and Big Data Analytics” training program was more than just an investment in education – it was a commitment to the future and success in the digital era. This event invited participants to join a truly strategic and effective digital transformation initiative, marking a significant milestone in the journey towards adopting and mastering the ever-evolving world of IoT and Big Data Analytics.
By engaging in this event, participants not only gained invaluable knowledge but also became part of a community dedicated to shaping an advanced digital future. Their journey doesn’t end here; it’s just the beginning of a continuous path of learning and adaptation in the fast-paced world of IoT and Big Data Analytics.
The project is co-financed by the European Union (EU) from the European Regional Development Fund through the Competitiveness Operational Programme 2014-2020. Project title: Creation of an Open Innovation Hub in the South-East Region (OpenInnoHub) code SMIS 153386
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