The conference will run in a hybrid format this year, starting with an in-person training day on the 15th of November, consisting of 90-minute-long tutorial sessions.
November 16th will be the first main conference day, held in-person at the four-star Hotel Mercure Buda Castle Hill and also streamed for remote viewers. The second main conference day on the 17th will be fully online to allow international speakers to contribute and participate remotely.
The list of topics of interest of this track includes:
- Data visualization best practices
- Case studies of data visualization projects
- Software solutions for data visualization
- Data art and physical data installations
- Bridget Cogley
Cofounder & CVO
- Alex Lajtos
Market and Data Analyst
Hatch Blue, Norway
- Krisztián Szabó
Átlátszó, ATLO, Hungary
- Mátyás Fusz DLA
Képzőművész, Egyetemi Adjunktus
Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem, Hungary
- Mihály Minkó
Dadtaviz Ltd., Hungary
Contributing to the track
The CFP submission deadline expired on September 25, 2022. However, the Program Committee may, on a case-by-case basis, accept late applications for a few days, more detalis available here.
The Budapest BI agenda also includes a Power BI, a General BI, a Tableau and a PyData track, so there’s a great opportunity to also discover new tools, approaches and solutions for data problems similar to yours.