After a Master’s degree in mathematics, Ludwine unexpectedly joined the IT world as a software engineer. She currently works as a Data Engineer at Cityzen Data on their real-time data processing and machine learning platform.
She is deeply involved in the community Duchess France, a french association to promote women developers, to inspire and encourage them to speak at conferences or technical events.
In her keynote "Analytics in the age of the Internet of Things" she describes how we can build powerful intelligent applications from connected devices in today's big data ecosystem.
The Internet of Things is all the rage, as it promises to produce a massive amount of various data and represents real challenges for both technology and business. Building applications that leverage this coming flood of data will require a different approach, compared to how we build common data applications today. Most if not all of the data acquired from connected and intelligent devices is modeled as time series. Extracting value from time stamped data requires some thoughtful design in storage, processing and the type of algorithms necessary to extract insights from the said data.