6pm-6.30pm: Mingle and networking
6.30pm-7.00pm: Intro to Julia including how NAS could've avoided a $125m mistake
7.00pm-7.30pm: Privacy Preserving Computation in Julia.
7.30pm-8.00pm: Close and networking
Presentation 2: Privacy Preserving Computation in Julia.
An introduction to the domain of privacy preserving computation in Julia. I look at partially homomorphic encryption and use that to build a privacy preserving set intersection example.
Brian Thorne leads the Confidential Computing team at CSIRO's Data61.
Presentation 2: Intro to Julia including how NAS could've avoided a $125m mistake + competitive programming
Abstract: ZJ will give a short introdution to Julia and show you how NASA could've avoided a 125m mistaken with Julia. Plus, ZJ does competitive programming with Julia and he will show you some of the advantages of using Julia
Bio: ZJ is a data scientist with more than 10 years of experiences in banking.