The conference Data for Sustainable Growth will focus on demonstrating the best practices and cases of using big data, open data and G2G shared data to enhance the evidence based decision making with the special focus on the public sector, NGOs and state governance. We are going to discuss how an access to open data and data analysis can be applied to improve policy making in the region.

We expect around 250 attendees, stakeholders and experts from Ukraine and other countries of Eastern Europe and CIS, specifically from Poland, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.

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Add to My Calendar 2016-11-17 09:00:00 2016-11-18 18:00:00 Europe/Kiev Data for Sustainable Growth The conference brings together experts and stakeholders from CIS and Eastern Europe to discuss how data analysis can be applied to improve policy making. We will demonstrate best practices and cases of using big data and open data to enhance the evidence based decision making with the special focus on the public sector, NGO’s and state governance. Kyiv, Ukraine Kyiv School of Economics ksedataconf@kse.org.ua

Registration. Welcome coffee

8:30 - 9:15

Welcome & Introductions

– Tymofiy Mylovanov, KSE President
– Volodymyr Groysman, Prime Minister (TBC)

9:15 - 9:40

Launch of Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services program

– Marie Yovanovitch, US Ambassador
– Judith Gough, UK Ambassador
– Horton Beebe-Center, Eurasia Foundation
– Maxim Nefyodov, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine
– Olexander Ryzhenko, State e-Government Agency

Whom do you like the most?

9:40 - 10:20

Keynote session 1

by Dmytro Shymkiv, Presidential Administration

Beyond Data

Please vote!

10:20 - 11:00

Keynote Session 2

by Sergiy Bondarenko, LIGA Group

Big Data: Inevitable Changes
Please vote!

11:00 - 11:40

Coffee break

11:40 - 12:00

Panel Session 1

 

Open Data – Standards, Stakeholders, and Bright Future

How open data drives economic growth, business innovation and global competitiveness; international open data principles, standards and best practices (through Open Data Charter, OGD, WEF, etc.)


– Tymofiy Mylovanov, KSE
– Eliza Niewiadomska, EBRD
– Donald Bowser, UNDP Ukraine
– Benedikt Kotmel, Ministry of Finance, Czech Republic
– Oleksiy Vyskub, State e-Government Agency
– Vladyslav Rashkovan, SD Capital (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?

12:00 - 12:45

Lunch

12:45 - 13:45

Parallel sessions

 

Policy Making Track. Panel Session 2.1

Data Driven Governance
E-governance, data driven improvements of public services, and easiness of access

– Ivan Dvoylenko, State Migration Service of Ukraine
– Olexander Stelmakh, Central Election Commission
– Alexander Shchelokov, eData
– Irakli Kotetishvili, Smart Governence Solutions, Georgia
– Eric Benz, Credits
– Denys Nizalov, KSE/KEI
– Dmytro Khutky, NaUKMA/RPR (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?
 

Data Analysis Track. Panel Session 3.1

Investigative Journalism
Discussion of recent projects using open data (eData, Prozorro, e-declarations), their real and expected social outcomes, and potential demand of the society for solid investigations

– Yaroslava Karybina, Semantrum
– Anatoly Bondarenko, Texty
– Anastasia Rozlutska, eData
– Olexander Gumenyuk, Slidstvo.info
– Olexander Marikovskyi, Content Analysis Center
– Yaryna Klyuchkovska, GROU (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?

13:45 - 14:35

 

Policy Making Track. Panel Session 2.2

Anti-corruption
Implementation of new measurement instruments of corruption and quality of government;
eliminating corruption risks in public procurement

– Daniel Tanis, University of Cambridge, UK
– Yaroslav Yurchyshyn, Transparency International
– Daria Kaleniuk, Anticorruption Action Centre
– Natalia Forsyuk, CoST Ukraine
– Dmytro Palamarchuk, KSE
– Egor Sobolev, MP (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?
 

Data Analysis Track. Panel Session 3.2

Big Data and Machine Learning
Modern approaches, leaders, new ideas and opinions

– Vlad Gerasymenko, Texty
– Alexander Konduforov, Altexsoft
– Natalia Kussul, Space Research Institute
– Eugene Pilyankevich, Cossack Labs / Secure Technologies
– Ihor Malchenyuk, SCLL (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?

14:35 - 15:25

Coffee break & Poster Sessions

15:25 - 16:00

 

Policy Making Track. Panel Session 2.3

Data in Policy Making
Successful cases and failures of using data analysis in policy making

– Sergiy Bondarenko, Deloitte
– Mateusz Naisztub, Center for Economic Analysis , Poland
– Bakhodur Eshonov, Center for Economic Research, Uzbekistan
– Dmytro Bespalov, A+S
– Kostiantyn Patsera, Analytical Boutique
– Dr. Volodymyr Vakhitov, KSE (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?
 

Data Analysis Track. Panel Session 3.3

Data Visualization
Discovering the stories the data tells

– Andriy Gazin, Texty
– Serhij Vasylchenko, UCSD
– Dmytro Bulyka, Ministry of Ecology of Ukraine
– Dmytro Boyarchuk, CASE Ukraine
– Dmytro Ostapchuk, VoxUkraine
– Stanislav Shum, Top Lead (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?

16:00 - 16:50

 

Policy Making Track. Panel Session 2.4

Transparency, Accountability and Improved Public Services
Announcing plans and managing the expectations toward TAPAS program

– Carlos Guerrero, Chief of Party
– Yuriy Bugay, Procurement Lead
– Kateryna Onyiliogwu, Open Data Lead
– Daniil Molchanov, e-Services Lead
– Lesia Chmil, USAID (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?
 

Data Analysis Track. Panel Session 3.4

Build your Data Analytics Practice
Developing internal expertise VS engaging external resources (individually, project-based or outsourcing) – best practices and how-to’s for data analysis

– Valentyn Kropov, SoftServe
– Ivan Kuchatyi, Ciklum/LITS
– Joel McConnell, IE Business School
– Sergiy Khrulov, CX Design, ex. Kyivstar
– Andriy Gorbal, UCSD
– Olena Boichenko, EY (moderator)

Whom do you like the most?

16:50 - 17:40

Closing remarks

17:40 - 18:00

Reception (invitation only)

18:15 - 19:45

Analytical Track. Session 1.1 – Micro-simulations. Using microsimulation modelling to analyze tax and benefit policy reforms (in English)

by Mateusz Naisztub, Center of Economic Analysis, Poland

The workshop presents the Polish SIMPL microsimulation tool developed at Centre for Economic Analysis (CenEA) in Szczecin, Poland. It presents the necessary steps needed to get from the Polish Household Budget Survey data to assess the impact of the recent ‘500+’ benefit introduction in Poland. It also introduces EUROMOD as a base for developing country specific microsimulation models

10:00 - 12:00

Practical Track. Session 2.1 – MS Excel з несподіваної сторони

by Владислав Станіцький

Обробка даних в MS Excel, використання MS Excel для роботи з зовнішніми джерелами, цінні поради і секрети ефективного використання усіх можливостей програми від справжнього профі.

10:00 - 12:00

Analytical Track. Session 1.2 – Mining for Corruption (in English)

by Daniel TANIS, "DigiWhist’, Cambridge, UK

This workshop is empowering civil society, investigative journalists, and civil servants with the information and tools they need to combat public sector corruption.

13:00 - 15:00

Practical Track. Session 2.2- Як пройти інтерв’ю на посаду Data Scientist

by Олена Бойченко, EY, Ігор Мальченюк, Smart City Lab

Експерти поділяться порадами та секретами процесу відбору кандидатів у провідних світових компаніях; учасники у формі ігор та практичних вправ зможуть відчути як насправді проходить відбір кандидатів та підвищити свої шанси успішно пройти інтерв’ю і отримати «найпривабливішу роботу століття».

13:00 - 15:00

Analytical Track. Session 1.3 – Open data quality problems in Ukraine (in Ukrainian)

by Sergiy Vasylchenko, Andriy Gorbal, Renat Nasridinov, Ukrainian Center for Social Data

Під час воркошопу учасники дізнаються про особливості фінансування збору та публікації державних даних в Україні, історію «державно-приватного партнерства» у цій сфері, загрози якості даних внаслідок відкриття даних без належного фінансування та внаслідок нерозуміння сутності відкритих даних, з юридичними, практичними та культурними аспектами проблеми; а також познайомляться з деякими інструментами для збирання та подальшої обробки відкритих даних, підвищення доступності даних для машинної обробки.
Коротке представлення «Відкритого посібника з відкритих даних», тренінгів для НДО, ЗМІ, державних службовців

16:00 - 18:00

Practical Track. Session 2.3 – Аналіз державних закупівель за допомогою BI Prozorro

by Дмитро Паламарчук

16:00 - 18:00

SPEAKERS

Sergiy Bondarenko

President, LIGA Group

Dmytro Shymkiv

Deputy Head, Ukraine's President Administration

Serhiy Khruliov

​Director of client programs "CX Design"

Dmytro Ostapchuk

VoxUkraine, Researcher

Dmytro Bespalov

Transport planning specialist, Representative of A+S company in Ukraine

Mateusz Naisztub

Research Economist, CenEA, Poland

Yuriy Bugai

TAPAS

Yaroslav Yurchyshyn

Executive Director at Transparency International Ukraine

Dmytro Palamarchuk

KSE

Daniel Tanis

DIGIWHIST, University of Cambridge, UK

Dmytro Khutkyy

RPR eDemocracy Lab

Ivan Dvoylenko

IT Dep-t Director, State Migration Service of Ukraine

Donald Bowser

Senior Advisor Anti-corruption at UNDP Ukraine

Carlos Guerrero

Chief of Party, TAPAS

Horton Beebe-Center

President, Eurasia Foundation

Denys Nizalov

Project Director, Capacity Development for Evidence-Based Land & Agricultural Policy Making Project in Ukraine

Volodymyr Vakhitov

Assistant Professor, Senior Economist Kyiv School of Economics

WHAT YOU WILL GET

Knowledge

20 high-profile speakers who
will share their experience

Inspiration

Big data is not a future, it is a present. Come and get new ideas on how data can be used  to have a positive impact on society.

Skills

You will get applied skills

of data analysis.

Networking

Around 200 participants
from 5 countries

OUR SPONSORS

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ADDRESS

Hilton Kyiv, 30 Shevchenko Blvd,

Kyiv, Ukraine

Time: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM

 

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CONTACT

ksedataconf@kse.org.ua

Tel.: (38-044) 492-80-12

Website: www.kse.org.ua

 

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