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PyData Paris - October 2018 Meetup
Mark your calendar for the next session of the PyData Paris Meetup on October 8th 2018. This Meetup will be hosted at CFM, rue de l'Université. The speakers for this session are Jessica Hamrick and Nicolas Thiéry Schedule 7:00pm - 7:15pm: Community announcements 7:15pm - 8:00pm: Nicolas Thiéry Modeling mathematics in Python & SageMath: some fun challenges 8:00pm - 8:45pm Jessica Hamrick Nbgrader: a tool for creating and grading assignments in the Jupyter notebook Bios: Jessica Hamrick is a Research Scientist at DeepMind in London, having recently completed her Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley working with Tom Griffiths. Previously, she received her M.Eng. in Computer Science from MIT working with Josh Tenenbaum. Jessica's research focuses on model-based reasoning and planning, situated at the intersection of cognitive science, machine learning, and AI. In addition to research, Jessica is involved in several open source projects including Project Jupyter. Jessica is both a member of the Project Jupyter steering committee, and is the lead maintainer of nbgrader, a tool for grading Jupyter notebook assignments. Nicolas M. Thiéry is Professor at the Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique of of Université Paris Sud. His teaching ranges from introductory programming (with C++, in Jupyter) to computational methods in algebra (with SageMath, in Jupyter). His research at the borderline between Math and Computer Science, studying algebraic combinatorics with the help of computer exploration. He has been promoting software sharing for algebraic Combinatorics since 2000 and contributing to SageMath since 2008. To help fund the computational math software and Jupyter ecosystems, he leads the OpenDreamKit European project [masked]).


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