Python San Sebastian 2015

Pyss 2015 Keynotes

We are proud to be able to present our keynote speakers at this year's Python San Sebastian!

Christine Doig - The State of Python for Data Science

Christine Doig

 

Christine Doig (@ch_doig) is a Data Scientist at Continuum Analytics. She holds a M.S. in Industrial Engineering from UPC, Barcelona, where she also started a Masters in Innovation and Research in Informatics, Data Mining and BI, before joining Continuum Analytics.

She is interested in Data Science and Python and loves to share her knowledge with others. She has taught tutorials and presented talks on conda, Blaze, Bokeh, scikit-learn and Data Science at PyCon, PyTexas, PyCon Spain, PyData Dallas, ScipyConf and local meetup groups like PyBCN, PyladiesBCN, APUG and ACM SIGKDD. Blogposts, talks, slides and videos can be found on her site http://chdoig.github.io/

 

Emmanuelle Gouillart - Learning, teaching, hacking: the journey of a scikit-image contributor

Emmanuelle Gouillart (@Egouillart)  is the director of the research laboratory 'Surface of Glass and Interfaces', a joint lab of the French Centre National de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) and the industrial group Saint-Gobain. She works in the field of materials and glass science, with a strong interest for image processing. She has co-organized two EuroScipy conferences, and she is part of the core development team of to scikit-image. She also teaches Scientific Python for various audiences.

 

Manuel Graña - The role of Python in the emerging open source economical ecology

Manuel Graña is the vice-president of the ACPySS as well as full-professor in the Computer Science Faculty of the University of the Basque Country. He has co-authored more than 150 scientific journal articles and has mentored 25 PhD theses. He is the director of the Computational Intelligence Group, a group specialized in Artificial Intelligence applied to computer vision. He mentored and directed projects on remote sensing, brain and medical images, natural image processing, social networks and robotics. His main interests are Lattice Computing, Boltzmann Machines and making improvised eclectic music videos on a sufficiently crazy and relaxed Youtube channel.

In his talk he will present his emerging point of view on the economical roles of different classes of actors in the open source software ecology.