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Conference-Info

Info for the PyData Madrid 2016 conference

Web page

http://pydata.org/madrid2016/

Twitter

@PyDataMad

You can use the #PyDataMad hashtag for the event.

Venues

Workshops

Workshops will be on CIBBVA on Friday 8th April (More info and map).

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How to arrive:

  • Address: Plaza Sta. Bárbara, 2,28004 Madrid (the entrance for the workshops can be found here)

  • Subway:

  • Bus:

Talks

Talks will be on Campus Madrid on Saturday 9th April and Sunday 10th April (More info and map).

(source: http://www.iniciador.com/media/content/google-campus20150701.jpg)

How to arrive:

  • Address: Calle Moreno Nieto, 2,28005 Madrid (the entrance for the talks can be found here)

  • Bus:

Public transport in Madrid

  • Bus info:

  • Metro (subway|underground) info:

  • Taxi 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.

Security

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

Schedule

Workshops (Friday, 8th April)

 
09:00

Registration

9:30 Basic Python Packages for Science Alejandro Sáez Mollejo, Siro Moreno
11:15

Coffee

11:45 Pandas for beginners Kiko Correoso
13:30

Lunch

15:00 Python for distributed systems Guillem Borrell
16:45

Coffee

17:15 Usando contenedores para Big Data Francesc Alted
19:00

Talks (Saturday, 9th April)

 
9:00

Registration

9:30 A Hitchhiker's Guide to Data Science Christine Doig
10:15 Understanding Random Forests Marc Garcia
11:00

Coffee

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
13:45

Lunch

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
17:00

Coffee

17:30 City attractiveness seen through Twitter Antònia Tugores
18:15

Lightning Talks

19:00

Talks (Sunday, 10th April)

 
9:00

Registration

9:30 Handling Big Data on Modern Computers: A Developer's View Francesc Alted
10:15 Reinforcement Learning in Python Nathan Epstein
11:00

Coffee

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
13:45

Lunch

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
17:00

Coffee

17:30 An Architecture to Tweet Them All Jesús Sánchez
18:15

Closing Address

19:00

Sponsors

Continuum Analytics
Campus Madrid
Innovation Center BBVA
Python Software Foundation
Synergic Partners
NFQ Solutions
Kschool
OpenSistemas
Mozilla
Scrapinghub
Paradigma Digital
GMV

Workshops materials (slides, notebooks, data, repos,...)

Click here.

Important

If you will attend the workshops, please, visit this link and follow the instructions there before friday.

talks materials (slides, notebooks, data, repos,...)

Click here.

Pictures of the event

You can upload your pictures here.