We thank our Proposal Review Committee for their work in narrowing down all the talk and tutorial submissions received for PyData. As a result, we have an incredible schedule of tutorials and talks being presented by top-notch data scientists. We've made sure that sessions will have plenty of time for Q&A.
If you are interested in getting involved in PyData by donating some of your time during conference, we have a limited number of volunteer positions open. We ask that you commit to working 12 hours during the three days of PyData in exchange for your student registration and tutorial costs. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in volunteering.
Thank you for your talk and tutorial submissions. We received many great proposals and we look forward to soon posting the PyData SV schedule.
We are very excited to have Peter Norvig, the Director of Research at Google, and Fernando Perez, a research scientist at the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at U.C. Berkeley, as the keynote speakers for PyData SV 2013.
If you are interested in presenting a talk or tutorial at PyData SV 2013, send a short abstract and bio to email@example.com.
To make a successful community-driven conference, we depend on sponsors to keep registration affordable for attendees, and to help us promote the event. In addition to the additional benefits that accrue for each level of sponsorship, sponsoring the conference shows your support and appreciation for the thousands of hours that have gone into producing open source software for data analysis. If you are interested in sponsoring PyData SV 2013 please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early registration for PyData SV 2013 will be through January 25, 2013. PyData NYC 2012 sold out, so be sure and register now to guarantee your space and to take advantage of early registration rates. The schedule will again feature prominent scientists, executives and developers delivering talks, tutorials and workshops on large-scale data management challenges impacting both science and industry. View last conference’s schedule.