Conference Schedule

View past PyData event schedules here.

Workshops — Friday May 19, 2017

  Novice Intermediate Expert
8:30

Registration

9:30 Introduction to data analysis with Pandas Eduard Goma Taking NumPy in Stride Jaime Fernandez del Rio The Perfect Wave hackathon Manu Carricano
11:30

Cafè Break

12:00 An introduction to the tidyverse Jorge Cimentada High Performance Python for Data Analysis. Guillem Borrell Nogueras
14:00

Lunch

15:00 Social Network Analysis with Python and NetworkX Jordi Torrents HDF5 and pandas Francesc Alted
17:00

Cafè Break

17:30

Team-up session with experts

Convolutional neural networks for audio processing: starting pack Marius Miron, Olga Slizovskaia
19:30

General Sessions — Saturday May 20, 2017

  Novice Intermediate Expert
8:00

Registration

9:15

Welcome

9:30

Keynote: Travis Oliphant
Chief Data Scientist and co-founder of Continuum Analytics

10:30

Keynote: Holden Karau
The Magic Behind PySpark, how it impacts perf & the "future"

11:30

Cafè Break

12:00 A Beginners Guide to Weather & Climate Data Margriet Groenendijk Despicable machines: how computers can be assholes Maciej Siwek How to manage complexity in distributed applications. Guillem Borrell Nogueras
12:45 Machine Learning to know if you R coming Claudia Guirao Happiness inside a job: a social network analysis Guillem Duran Ballester, Jose Berengueres Feature Importance and Ensemble Methods : a new perspective Constant Bridon
13:30

Lunch

15:00 Analyzing code contributions to the CPython project using NetworkX and Matplotlib. Jordi Torrents TensorFlow Wide & Deep: Advanced Classification the easy way Yufeng Guo Running jupyter notebook remotely in a docker swarm cluster Jordi Deu-Pons
15:45 The Secret Life Of Rolling Pandas Jaime Fernandez del Rio DeepCare Chatbot - Generating answers to customers using a hybrid approach of Deep Learning and NLP Pascal van Kooten Extending Jupyter with Google Cloud Storage file system backend Egor Bulychev
16:30

Cafè Break

17:00

Keynote: Gema Parreño
NASA Space APPS Challenge: Asteroid prediction impact

18:00

Lightning Talks

18:30

 

21:00

Dinner & Social Event

23:59

General Sessions — Sunday May 21, 2017

  Novice - 1 Novice - 2 Intermediate
10:00

Registration

10:30

Keynote: Francesc Alted

Squeeze (gently) your data

11:30

Cafè Break

12:00 Web Scraping with Python Carles Illa The Neuroscience Lab: A Tour through the Eyes of a Pythonista Nicholas A. Del Grosso, Javier Martinez Alcantara Increasing the trading prediction by mining aggregated human texting messages Yang Liu
12:45 Prototyping Interactive Dashboards with Jupyter Notebooks: Examples from Network Engineering Camilo Cardona LympHOS2, Organizing and Sharing Biological Data of the Human Lymphocyte Proteome using Python Óscar Gallardo Román Guillotina - An Async REST Resource DB to manage millions of objects Ramon Navarro Bosch
13:30

Lunch

15:00 How to map a protein structure into a network graph to understand protein folding. Massimo Domenico Sammito Blockchain and smart contracts explained (and simplified) Guillem Borrell Nogueras Python for visualization of HPC applications Miguel Zavala-Ake
15:45 Using network community clustering algorithms to aid determination of protein structures Claudia Millán Marketing Data Science Joaquin Pais Data science for lazy people... genetics will work for you! Diego Hueltes
16:30

Cafè Break

17:00

Lightning Talks

17:30

Closing Act: David Arcos

Security for Data Scientists

18:00