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AI and IoT Bulgaria Summit 2021

event date

26 Jun 2021

location

John Atanasoff Forum | Sofia Tech Park | 111B, Tsarigradsko Shousse Blvd | 1784 Sofia | Bulga Sofia, Sofia-Capital, Bulgaria


AI and IoT Bulgaria Summit 2021 is a community event that will take place on Saturday, June 26, 2021 for the fifth time in Bulgaria.

After the successful IoT Bulgaria Summit 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 we decided to do the best and to organize the Fifth edition of the conference, extending the content also with AI and change the name to AI and IoT Bulgaria Summit.

It is one day event focused on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.

The conference will be hosted at the John Atanasoff Forum . 


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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 1:00 AM

31 Jan 2020

CfS closes at 1:00 AM

13 May 2020

This event is in FLE Daylight Time (UTC+03:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone is .

AI and IoT Bulgaria Summit 2021 team would like to invite all speakers from the region with expertise in AI and/or IoT to suggest topics for presentations for conference edition in 2020.

Presentations should be in English.

The format is: regular session (60 min. including Q&A)


all submitted sessions

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If we have enough funding we will do the best to cover the accommodation for the speakers

33 submissions
Submitted sessions
Evan Hennis
  • Image Recognition with TensorFlow Lite and a Raspberry Pi
Ivan Miliovsky
  • Continuous integration and delivery in Azure Data Factory using GitHub and DevOps
Radu Vunvulea
  • Demystifying messaging communication patterns
Catalin Gheorghiu
  • Introduction to Computer Vision with OpenVINO
  • Real Time Azure
Gyuner Zeki
  • Connecting To The Internet Without Internet
Ivelin Andreev
  • Project Bonsai – the fusion of IoT and AI
Miroslav Dimitrov
  • Mastering Azure ETL Orchestration within hours
Marco Dal Pino
  • AI an IoT on the EDGE with Azure Percept
  • From the Cloud to the Edge and back. An IoT Story
Margarita Naumova
  • Data Lakehouse with Azure Synapse Analytics
Marco Parenzan
  • Time series anomaly detection with Azure and .NET
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Marton Kodok
  • Store, analyze, predict from IoT datastreams with BigQuery ML
Timothy Spann
  • Using the Mm FLaNK Stack for Edge AI (Flink, NiFi, Kafka, Kudu)
Riccardo Zamana
  • ADX Azure Data Explorer: from sensors to dashboards with one service. Are you kidding me?
  • Iot Edge - a breaking change is coming?
Catalin Popa
  • Automating data extraction from invoices with Azure Form Recognizer
  • Spoken or written speech insights with AI and Azure Cognitive Services.
Sam Vanhoutte
  • Real Time analytics with Azure IoT and Databricks
  • Are you talking to me? Overcoming complexities in Conversational A.I.
  • Time traveling in the cloud. Time series analytics with Microsoft Azure.
  • Streamlining your Machine Learning projects with Azure Machine Learning
Vyron Vasileiadis
  • Quantum Machine Learning with Q#
Amber Vanderburg
  • The Power of Performance Feedback
  • The Innovation Ninja
randa aboelfotoh
  • QoS in Internet of Things dedicated to Healthcare
Victor Rodrigues
  • Processing real-time video stream using Nvidia Jetson Nano and AI model on the Edge
  • Monitoring Refrigerated Trucks using IoT Central and Power BI
Mihail Mateev
  • Anomaly Detection, Powered by Azure AI and Digital Twins
Irina Neaga
  • Applying Internet of Things for developing Supply Chain Resilience: Covid-19 Case Study
Richard Clegg
  • Negotiating and managing legal liabilities in complex IT projects
Andrey Bachvarov
  • Digital Twins Modelling in Electric Distribution Networks
Orlin Dimitrov
  • Smart Business Buildings