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Big Data for Social Good
Big data becoming medicine
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The Team
We are using our smartphones and computers daily, leaving traces of our digital footprint with every action we take. However, these traces can be used to create solutions that will impact our society in a positive way. We are a team of digital natives who aim to bring change in the fight against malaria, using technology and our data.
Ana Janošev
Ana is a graduate of international relations, who turned her career to social entrepreneurship field. She is passionate about empowering youth to bring about change in their local communities. She is currently providing support for young social entrepreneurs to develop and implement their business ideas. When she is not working, she enjoys yoga, volleyball and travelling.

“Big data is out there - with our digital footprints we generate vast amounts of information daily. I am fascinated by the possibilities to use such data for good causes, and I am excited about working on creating one of those solutions.”

Fanny Kristiansson
Fanny is currently studying to become a Civil Engineer in Florida, USA. She also plays soccer for her school, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. She is very passionate about helping people, which is why she’s an officer of Engineers Without Borders and a Certified First Responder for the Medical Club at her university. She loves to travel and experience the world.

“Big data is incredible. It has so many possibilities and is applicable in every field you can imagine. The only thing that’s in the way is our own imagination and drive to make a difference in the world.”

Jens Aas
Jens is currently living in Germany. Having graduated from his studies last year, Jens is now working hard to make the sportswear industry more sustainable. Besides this, he is passionate about environmental protection, travelling and outdoor sports.

“I am very excited about the big data topic and how we can use it to empower people’s lives. Big data can truly be a gamechanger for public health and we need to connect the right stakeholders and give them the means and tools to make use of big data in the right way.”
Luka Petrić
Luka studies mechanical engineering. His field of interest is energetics engineering, and he is keen on green and sustainability technologies. In his free time, he likes to play guitar, listen to rock music, or watch films. He grew up in a coastal town and loves the sea.

“Maybe it sounds a bit strange but big data reminds me of the sea. A huge and deep space in which, if you learn how to sail, can do some really good things.”

Rakib Rahman Shawon
Rakib studies Electrical and Electronic Engineering at University of Dhaka.He often spends his free time by playing different kind of sports. He believes sports help in building up a personality that is adaptable at any environment. Growing up in a country where people struggle every single day for basic resources needed to survive, he strongly believes that we need to make the maximum utilization of the limited resources we have.

“Big Data is the biggest resource that can change the world by eradicating the "resource scarcity" problem faced at every corner of the world. I believe this can be done from my heart and that's what our team is working for.”

Sara Waqar
Sara Waqar is a 21 year-old Economics student from Pakistan. She is passionate about bringing green technology in her country currently embroiled in an energy crisis. In her spare time, she enjoys watching documentaries on Netflix and teaching herself coding online.

“While working on the challenge of malaria eradication, I realized the potential of big data and how much of it is still untapped. With our prediction tool, we hope to improve malaria control strategies and contribute to making the health sector better prepared in combating this preventable disease.”