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Come hear lightning talks on data!
A lightning talk is a brief but substantial presentation. It lasts just five minutes, with another five minutes for audience questions.
Above all, we're interested in seeing diverse and substantially data-oriented problems solved or addressed by diverse methods, and presented in a terse, clear format so as to encourage audience questions.
Edit: The speaker list is now complete:
• Paul-Jean Letourneau, analyzing quantified self data at Wolfram;
• Damian Kao, overview of genomics;
• Christopher Ryan, Python implementation of eye pupil localization with an ensemble of randomized trees;
• Ruby Childs, Neo4J and Dijkstra's algorithm to study the career paths of job-seekers;
• Nick Collins, overview of Woosh and Seaborn Python libraries;
• Richard Herron, downloading data from Google Trends;
• Andreas Dewes, interactive data acquisition and analysis system for controlling a quantum processor.
Registration is now open.
Some additional seats will be released closer to the event.