Call for speakers

The Call for Speakers is looking for the most relevant contributions, innovative initiatives and solutions within the Big Data framework. Therefore, the DDI Call is aimed to anyone with innovative ideas, research, analyses, studies, visions and solutions willing to share their experience and contributing to the debate.
Consequently, researchers, professionals, entrepreneurs, journalists, startuppers, economists and anyone with relevant evidence are welcome

See the names of previous editions

The call for speakers is closed, we invite to send us your proposal and if it is possibile we will schedule it on the agenda. Applications can be sent here
Possible topics:

  • Economy: Industry 4.0, Digital fabrication, Startup, Agrifood, Fintech / blockchain, Social media analytics, Predictive analysis, Mobility
  • Company: Government and institutions: Data journalism, Data and privacy ethics, Legal aspects, Open data, Emergency management
  • Science and Culture: Digital Humanities, Archeology, Robotics, Education, Genomics and Health, Science
  • Technologies and infrastructures: Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, Algorithms, Internet of Things, Data visualization, 5G, LPWAN (LoRa, SigFox …), Geolocation, Sensors and acquisition techniques

The proposals can fall into the following categories:

  • Speech (25 minutes + 15 for Q & A)
  • Tech talk (40 minutes + 15 for Q & A)
  • Booth (a fixed or rotating space in the exhibition area).

Submissions will be evaluated based on an abstract of up to 600 characters .

Call for Speaker regulation

Call for Speakers registration 


Should you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us by writing to the following e-mail address:

Participation in DDI is free for both the public and the speakers.

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Roma Tre
Maker Faire

With the scientific contribution of


Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato

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Bronze partner

PVT Group
Alan Advantage

Evento accreditato pressoOrdine Dei Commercialisti


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