December 14-15, 2017
University of Delaware
Railroad Engineering & Safety Program
Big Data Center
Professional Engineering Outreach
at the University of Delaware
About the Conference
The fourth annual “Big Data” conference features more than two dozen experts who will discuss the railroad industry’s need for effective, practical maintenance planning, helping you understand the latest techniques for gathering, analyzing, and efficiently converting the “mountain” of complex data (a.k.a. “Big Data”) into usable information for optimizing capital maintenance programs.
We are pleased to announce the keynote speaker will be Wick Moorman, President of Amtrak.
In just 1.5 days, you will learn from technical talks delivered by some of the top leaders in the railroad industry and related government agencies. Technical talks will be divided into these topical sessions:
- Leveraging “Big Data” for total Track Assessment
- Railroad Needs from “Big Data”
- “Big Data” Applications and Case Studies
- “Big Data” Applications and International Case Studies
- “Big Data” Analysis Theory and Techniques
- Attend all sessions and earn 11 PDHs/1.1 CEUs!
Click here for draft agenda.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, registration is free! Pre-registration is required by December 9.
Accommodations & Transportation: Participants are responsible for making their own housing and transportation arrangements. Air transportation should be arranged to either Philadelphia or Baltimore airport. Amtrak runs through Wilmington, DE and also has limited stops in Newark, DE.
Call early and ask if the University of Delaware affiliated hotel rates are available for the dates you are requesting from the following hotels:
Courtyard by Marriott– UD Campus Hotel – 400 Pencader Way, Newark, DE, 1-302-737-0900
Embassy Suites, Newark – 654 S. College Ave., Newark, DE. 1-302-368-8000
Homewood Suites – 640 S. College Ave., Newark, DE, 1-855-605-0320
We are very grateful to our generous conference sponsors. If your organization would like to become a sponsor for this conference or for the University of Delaware Railroad Engineering & Safety Program, please contact Dr. Allan M. Zarembski.