SUPERMATH Conference Convenes Thought Leaders In Cutting-Edge Predictive Analytics for Use in Everyday Life
Del Mar Marriott - November 10, 2010
SAN DIEGO (September 28, 2010) -- SUPERMATH, a new invitation-only conference slated for November 10 at the Del Mar Marriott, will bring together national analytics thought leaders and business users for a day of provocative presentations, futuristic insights and discussions designed to inspire, educate and promote collaborations.
Keynote speakers include: energy-policy analyst, transport economist and environmental activist Charles Komanoff, recently featured in Wired magazine; Dr. Eric Topol, a pioneer in advancing individualized medicine; and Pamela Scanlon, Executive Director of San Diego's Automated Regional Justice Information System (ARJIS). Others include Dr. Michael Victoroff, Chief Medical Officer for Parity Computing; Amy Chui, Vice-president of Risk Analysis and Management at Sempra Energy, and Revathi Subramanian, Director of Research & Development with the SAS Institute, Inc.
A public expo of cutting-edge analytics technologies and practical applications in everyday life will be showcased in four industry "neighborhoods," offering a glimpse of the next wave of advances in predictive analytics, business intelligence and statistical analysis. San Diego is a recognized analytics cluster, and the demos will highlight area technology in bioinformatics, genomics, risk analysis, web analytics, marketing research, business information (BI) systems, fraud detection, crime and predictive policing, marketing automation, and energy usage.
A few of the participating companies include Teradata, Covario, Certona, Opera Solutions, ID Analytics, IBM, Brightscope and Melissa Data. Among these are companies whose primary business focus is analytics, as well as those who use key analytics in roles supporting their principal business.
More information about SUPERMATH can be found at www.supermathconference.com.