Videos of SciPy 2019

July 8-14 2019TexasUnited States
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About the conference

The annual SciPy Conferences allowed participants from academic, commercial, and governmental organizations to:

  • showcase their latest Scientific Python projects,
  • learn from skilled users and developers, and
  • collaborate on code development.

The conferences generally consisted of multiple days of tutorials followed by two-three days of presentations, and concluded with 1-2 days developer sprints on projects of interest to the attendees.

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Veronica Hanus

Tech Public Speaker at Self Employed
Before becoming a programmer, Veronica was a researcher with an eye for process improvement (she helped pick the Mars Curiosity Rover’s landing site!). She loves exploring the web and teaching, and speaks on building the tooling & docs you need and has co-taught a PyCon tutorial on using web-scraping and machine learning to predict Oscar winners. When she isn’t thinking about how the web can be better for developers, she enjoys blogging and snuggling as many cats as possible.

Allen Downey

Professor at Olin College
Specialties: Data Science and Bayesian Statistics, Physical modeling, Python programming, Software Engineering; Measurement, modeling, and analysis of Complex Systems, Signal Processing. Engineering education, textbooks, and online courses.

Gordon Chen

Principal Data Scientist at Oracle
Gordon is a University of Michigan Wolverine, who has academic degrees in Applied Statistics, Software Engineering, and Economics. Using Data Science technologies to solve challenging business problems is Gordon's passion. His Data Science journey started in 2006 when he led a team of students to win the 1st prize, out of 10,000 competing teams, in the China Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling (CUMCM).

In Gordon's career, he has worked on various business problems, including managing a team of data scientists to develop the Machine Learning pipeline for Kinnser RiskPoint, a product that is earning millions of dollars in revenue per year. Gordon currently works as a Principal Data Scientist at Oracle.
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