A/Professor Ergun Gide, PhD
Deputy Dean Research | School of Engineering and Technology
CQUniversity Australia, 400 Kent Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Keynote Title: “Is Big Data means Big Business, Education and Big Money? Cases on the Challenges and Opportunities for Governments, Businesses, Language learning and Educational Providers”

 

 


 

Prof. Dr. Lazar Stošić
College of Academic Studies Dositej, Serbia
Editor of International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (indexed in SCOPUS)
lazars@vsdositej.edu.rs

 

Keynote Title: “Using essential text analytics to measure perceptions about data’s in education: big data”

Abstract: Big data is distinguished from the context of volume, velocity and veracity and surround different challenges including analysis of data, capture and data curation, efficient storage, transfer and visualization of data along with the privacy and security of data. Text analytics is applicable to most industries, especially Education sectors; for example, if your organization or university is suspicious about data secrets being leaked to competitors by the employees, text analytics can help analyze millions of employees’ emails.

The massive volume of both structured and unstructured data primarily originated from the social media and Web 2.0 above. The analysis of emails, blogs, tweets, forums and other forms of unstructured text data constitutes what we call text analytics has been evolved over the last couple of years in a way that does not vary, through revolution of different algorithms and applications been used for the processing of data.

This paper intends to focus on the field of big data analytics in education and development issues for educationist and practitioners of big data analytics to find common problems face when using different medium of data usage or products in education, we can analyze their comments and questions in forums. And measure positive or negative perceptions of a university or Company’s brand, or product, we can perform sentiment analysis using text analytics.

Keywords: Text Analytics, Big Data, Education, Technology, Practitioners

Bio: Dr Lazar Stošić was born 06/13/1973. He is the Doctor of Computer Science. He completed his doctoral studies at the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies in 2009, Serbia. Working at the College for Professional Studies Educators, Aleksinac, Serbia. His speciality is educational technology, information technology and computer science. He has over 40 published papers in the country and abroad and one book. He has a large number of licenses and certificates in the field of computer science and education technology. Some of the certificates are from Springer Academy (How to Write and Submit a Journal Article, Journal Author Academy Part 1- Writing your Manuscript, Journal Author Academy Part 2 Submitting and Peer Review, Peer Review Academy, Springer English Academy, Book Author Academy – Certificate). He also serves on Editorial Boards in many journals. He was an honorary professor at the conference in Russia.

Some of the professional activities:

  • President and co-founder of the Association for the Development of Science, Engineering and Education, http://www.urnio.org.rs/index.php/2013-07-05-15-01-55
  • Editor in chief of the International Journal of Research in Cognitive Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE) www.ijcrsee.com
  • Member of the Society for Computer Science, Germany, Number: GI 59631, from 01.07.2009. – Gesellschaft für Informatics e.V. (GI), German Informatics Society, Mitgliedsnummer: GI 59631 AhrstraBe 45, 53175 Bonn, Germany,
  • Member of the Society for Science and the Media, E-learning center at the University of Zurich since 2009 – Gesellschaft für Medien in der Wissenschaft (GMW) e. V., E-Learning Center der Universität Zürich, Zürich,
  • Member of the program committee of internationally active scientific conference ‘Research paradigms childhood education’, the Conference of Teacher Education Faculty, University of Zagreb. 13 – April 15, 2015, http://www.penta-pco.com/congress/content.php?id=35&pageID=107&lang=HR
  • Member of the Organizing Committee of The International Scientific Conference “Innovative educational potential of space and subjects the conditions of education modernization” (20-21 November 2014, Russia, Rostov-on-Don)
  • Implementer of four seminars for continuous professional development of teachers, educators, professional associates and head for school 2014/2015 and 2015/2016., accredited by the Institute for the Advancement of Education, in accordance with European ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) standards of IT skills – http://katalog2015.zuov.rs/Default.aspx?oblast=21#kompetencije , no. 180, 181, 182, 183.
  • Implementer of four seminars for continuous professional development of teachers, educators, professional associates and head for school 2016/2017 and 2017/2018., accredited by the Institute for the Advancement of Education, in accordance with European ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) standards of IT skills – http://katalog2016.zuov.rs/Default.aspx?oblast=21#kompetencije  , no. 215, 216, 217, 218.
  • President of the Commission for the evaluation of works of ICT in the Republican contest of technical and IT education, Branko Radičević, Vranje, 18 and 19 April 2014.
  • Member of the Organizing Committee IV International Scientific Conference “Innovative educational potential of space and subjects the conditions of education modernization” (21-22 November 2013 Russia, Rostov-on-Don)
  • E-Skills Week – on-line exam in the organization of the Unified Association of Serbia, under the auspices of the European Union, the European Commission, the European ICT Assembly (CEPIS), authorized examiner at ‘EBC’ test center of Belgrade, 1-5. March 2010
  • Certified tester for taking and receiving ECDL / ICDL licenses’ EBC ”, Advanced Centre in Belgrade, since 2006

Dr. Samson O Fadiya,
Girne American University, Turkey
greaterachiever@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Keynote Title: “Using essential text analytics to measure perceptions about data’s in education: big data”

Abstract: Big data is distinguished from the context of volume, velocity and veracity and surround different challenges including analysis of data, capture and data curation, efficient storage, transfer and visualization of data along with the privacy and security of data. Text analytics is applicable to most industries, especially Education sectors; for example, if your organization or university is suspicious about data secrets being leaked to competitors by the employees, text analytics can help analyze millions of employees’ emails.

The massive volume of both structured and unstructured data primarily originated from the social media and Web 2.0 above. The analysis of emails, blogs, tweets, forums and other forms of unstructured text data constitutes what we call text analytics has been evolved over the last couple of years in a way that does not vary, through revolution of different algorithms and applications been used for the processing of data.

This paper intends to focus on the field of big data analytics in education and development issues for educationist and practitioners of big data analytics to find common problems face when using different medium of data usage or products in education, we can analyze their comments and questions in forums. And measure positive or negative perceptions of a university or Company’s brand, or product, we can perform sentiment analysis using text analytics.

Keywords: Text Analytics, Big Data, Education, Technology, Practitioners


Prof. Dr. Çetin BEKTAŞ
Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa University, Turkey

Keynote title: “Competition Key for Contemporary Business: Knowledge Management for Business Organizations”

Abstract: Knowledge is one of the most important factors in production factors. When businesses use knowledge effectively, it increase and gain competitive advantage for them. This study examines knowledge management’s critical factors for business organizations. Knowledge has a strategic pre-requisite for ensuring sustainable competitive advantage of enterprises. For this reason, this phenomenon is constantly on the agenda of both the businessmen and the academicians. In management literature, knowledge management studies are increasing day by day. Although scientific studies on knowledge management are on the rise, it’s reflects on the business world takes more time. Knowledge management requires some resources such as time and finance for business organizations. Knowledge management applications; are related to the size of the business, the form of management, the structure of capital and the sector in which it is located. Therefore, there are some different methods in knowledge management practice. These methods are depending on technology, working environment and working periods. So businesses can save time and money by improving their own knowledge management methods. In addition, they can gain competitive advantage by developing their own knowledge management strategies. Knowledge management is effective on all departments, such as human resources management, marketing, purchasing and public relations in any organization. If business leaders correctly define the critical success factors that influence knowledge management, they can take right decisions for knowledge management. Critical success factors that affect knowledge management need to be determined correctly. In this study, firstly we define the concept of knowledge management. Then the knowledge management system is explained. Finally, general success factors that influence knowledge management in the organization are explained. Finally, a model is proposed to ensure the effectiveness for knowledge management for business organizations.

Bio: Çetin Bektaş was born in Erzincan/Turkey. He completed his undergraduate education at the School of Mersin Tourism and Hotel Management, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences at Çukurova University in 1993. He had a master degree in Business Administration at the University of Afyon Kocatepe in Turkey in 1996. After that he finished his Ph.D. at the same university and in the same field in 2000. In 2009, he became an Associate Professor in management and organization science. In 2014 he was appointed as a Professor of management and organization at Erzincan University.

He worked for Afyonkocatepe University, Usak University and Erzincan University in Turkey. Since 2014 he has been working for Tokat Gaziosmanpasa University in Turkey. He is a business administration and organization Professor at Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences in Tokat-Turkey. He has published 3 books and more than 30 articles in reputed journals. He has presented more than 20 papers in national and international conferences. He has responsibilities as a committee member for conferences and as a referee for journals. His field of scientific research includes strategic management, human resource management and organizational behaviour. He has been the President of the World Conference on Business Economics and Management for three years.


Prof. Dr. Osman Nuri Uçan
Dean of School of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Professor of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Altınbaş University, Istanbul
osman.ucan@altinbas.edu.tr

Keynote Title: “Application of big data in economics and business administration”

Abstract: Over the last few decades big data became an important challenge and opportunity in data science and related areas. Since big data contains every aspect related to humans, from personal to commercial activities; it has a wide range of applications including health services, education, industries, commerce, telecommunications, economics and business administration. Big data can bring the efficiency in the commerce, relations between the customers and the companies and improve the efficiency of a business. Examples to big data applications include trade surveillance, analysis of trading patterns, targeting in consumer services, market-based analysis, cross-channel analytics, risk management, in-house productivity and analysis of user feedback. This report summarizes recent advances on big data applications on business administration, finances and economics.

Keywords: Big Data, Economics, Business Administration, Commerce

Bio: Osman Nuri Uçan was born on 01/01/1960. He received his B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph.D degrees in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) in 1985, 1988 and 1995, respectively. He was a faculty member at Istanbul University Faculty of Engineering between 1997-2010 and became a full professor on 2004. He served as the dean of the Faculty of Engineering of Istanbul Aydın University between 2011-2016. Since 2016, he is the dean of the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences and the head of department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Altınbaş University. His research interests include communications, image processing and biomedical applications. As the author of over 90 journal articles, he has around 1400 citations and listed among the 1500 successful scientists in Turkey.


Prof. Dr. Adem Karahoca
Bahcesehir University

Keynote Title: “Industry 4.0 and Big Data”

Abstract: Human, devices, infrastructures and sensors communicate, transfer data and generate data. This cycle accumulate volumes of data called as Big Data. New IT enhances the fourth industrial revolution. In Industry 4.0, data generated by several sources like machine controllers, sensors, manufacturing systems. To support the data needs in these Factories of the Future, a Big Data Analytics architecture have to be constructed. Future factories will be  based on volume, variety and velocity of data, to create sustainable innovation in the Future. This presentation addresses key challenges, proposing and implementing a Big Data Analytics architecture. In this work, all the data lifecycle, from collection to analysis, is handled, taking into consideration the different data processing speeds that can exist in the real environment of a factory (batch or stream).

Biography: He is a software engineer and holds a PhD degree in Software Engineering.  He is giving lectures in management of information systems, IT management services, data mining and software engineering. He has interested in human computer interaction, web based education systems, data mining, business intelligence, big data, big data in bioinformatics and management information systems. He has published articles, books and book chapters at the prestigious journals about use and data mining applications of business information systems in health, tourism, and education. He has edited and coedited books in data mining, mobile computing, data mining applications in engineering and medicine. He is coordinator in medical informatics in BAU Health and Sciences Institute. He is an academic member at the Academic World Education and Research Center. He is the founder rector of Bahçeşehir Cypurs University in Lefkoşa at Cyprus.


Prof. Dr. Uğur Yozgat,
Istanbul Kultur University, Turkey

Keynote Title: “Quality Issues in Higher Education”

Abstract: The issue of better quality in higher education has been a great concern for all quarters of the higher education community and outside the community, as well. The different stakeholders;government officials, employers, accrediting agencies, university administrators, institutional researchers, faculty, faculty development specialists, staff, and students, all have something to share concerning this topicand have their own perspective and gauge the quality of higher education on different parameters in their own framework. First, it must be recognized what is meant when referring to quality. Broadly speaking, there are some popular ways to frame the issue of quality in higher education; quality as endurance, luxury and prestige, conformance to requirement, continuous improvement, value added etc. Issues surrounding measurement further complicate the concept of quality in higher education. However, what people propose to measure in higher education is grounded in their definition of quality, so there are widely divergent views about measurement, and how organizations propose to conduct measurement activities can create many difficulties. Is it possible, however, to establish a uniform set of quality measures that will work throughout the entire higher education community? Other important issuesare how to implement quality enhancement models, how to fit them organization’s culture and structures, what is an acceptable standard, how to ensure quality in an expanding higher education system, how will the technological changes effect quality expectations, what is the role of quality agencies, and especially what is the role of leaders?

Bio: Dr. Uğur Yozgat is a Professor of Management and Organization and Head of the Social Sciences Institute and Business Department at Istanbul Kultur University in Istanbul, Turkey. He has a MSc degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering and a PhD degree in Management and Organization.

He is one of the founders of the International Strategic Management and Managers Association (ISMMA) and one of the Organizing Committee Members of the International Strategic Management Conference and International Conference on Leadership, Technology and Innovation. Dr. Yozgat is a Board Member of many National and International Conferences, an Editorial Board Member of Journal of Global Strategic Management (JGSM) and many of National Journals. He was Chair of many National Conferences such as “National Management and Organization Conference”, “National Business Conference” etc. Dr. Yozgat is also a reviewer of many National and International Journals and Conferences.

Dr. Yozgat has experiences in conducting professional training such as Management Information Systems, Knowledge Management, Electronic Commerce, Total Quality Management, Quality Systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001), communication skills, leadership skills, sustainability, entrepreneurship, decision makings etc. for many corporations in Turkey.

His research interests include strategic management, information systems management, knowledge management, customer relationship management and decision making. He has several papers published in national and international journals and conference proceedings. In 2013, he was awarded by Turkish Academy of Social Sciences for the valuable translated lecture book edited by him.

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