Info for the PyData Madrid 2016 conference
You can use the #PyDataMad hashtag for the event.
Workshops will be on CIBBVA on Friday 8th April (More info and map).
How to arrive:
Address: Plaza Sta. Bárbara, 2,28004 Madrid (the entrance for the workshops can be found here)
- Closest subway stop: Alonso Martínez (Lines: 4, 5, 10) (More info and map)
- Closest bus stops: Génova - Plaza Alonso Martínez (Lines 21, 37) (More info and map)
- Closest bus stops: Mejía Lequerica - Hortaleza (Lines 37) (More info and map)
- Closest bus stops: Sta. Engracia - Plaza Alonso Martínez (Lines 3) (More info and map
- Closest bus stops: Almagro - Plaza Alonso Martínez (Lines 7) (More info and map
Talks will be on Campus Madrid on Saturday 9th April and Sunday 10th April (More info and map).
How to arrive:
Address: Calle Moreno Nieto, 2,28005 Madrid (the entrance for the talks can be found here)
Public transport in Madrid
Metro (subway|underground) info:
- In your hotel you can ask for a taxi and it will arrive to the main entrance in some minutes.
- Orientative taxi tariffs (in spanish).
Some taxi companies (if you don't have a local phone you should add +34 before each of the telephone numbers before):
Radio Taxi Independiente: 914 05 12 13.
Radiotelefono Taxi: 915 47 82 00.
Servitaximadrid: 91 230 26 69.
Taxi Mercedes Madrid: 91 112 45 60.
Tele Taxi: 913 71 21 31.
Madrid is a safe city but as in other places sometimes you can find an issue:
- Police phone number: 092
- General emergency issues (ambulance/hospitals/police): 112
Workshops (Friday, 8th April)
|9:30||Basic Python Packages for Science Alejandro Sáez Mollejo, Siro Moreno|
|11:45||Pandas for beginners Kiko Correoso|
|15:00||Python for distributed systems Guillem Borrell|
|17:15||Usando contenedores para Big Data Francesc Alted|
Talks (Saturday, 9th April)
|9:30||A Hitchhiker's Guide to Data Science Christine Doig|
|10:15||Understanding Random Forests Marc Garcia|
|11:30||Embrace conda packages: the build system we always needed, but never deserved Juan Luis Cano Rodríguez|
|12:15||A Primer on Recommendation Systems (Talk) Manuel Garrido Pena|
|13:00||Python tools for webscraping Jose Manuel Ortega|
|15:30||The solution of inverse problems. Tomás Gómez Alvarez-Arenas|
|16:15||Towards a full stack python monitoring+analytics framework Pablo Manuel García Corzo|
|17:30||City attractiveness seen through Twitter Antònia Tugores|
Talks (Sunday, 10th April)
|9:30||Handling Big Data on Modern Computers: A Developer's View Francesc Alted|
|10:15||Reinforcement Learning in Python Nathan Epstein|
|11:30||The Future of NumPy Indexing Jaime Fernández|
|12:15||Whoosh: a fast pure-Python search engine library Claudia Guirao Fernández|
|13:00||Python for developing a real-time automated trading platform Miguel Sánchez de León Peque|
|15:30||Modelling a text corpus using Deep Boltzmann Machines in python Ricardo Pio Monti|
|16:15||Remove before flight: Analysing flight safety data with Python Jesús Martos Carrizo, Alejandro Sáez Mollejo|
|17:30||An Architecture to Tweet Them All Jesús Sánchez|
Workshops materials (slides, notebooks, data, repos,...)
If you will attend the workshops, please, visit this link and follow the instructions there before friday.