May 10-12, 2023 • Cité des Sciences

The Universe of Jupyter is Landing in Paris

Expand your knowledge, explore new possibilities, and connect with fellow pioneers.

JupyterCon brings together data scientists, business analysts, researchers, educators, developers, and core project maintainers for in-depth training, insightful keynotes, networking events, and practical talks exploring the Jupyter ecosystem.

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Keynote Speakers

Alyssa Goodman

Alyssa Goodman is the Robert Wheeler Willson Professor of Applied Astronomy at Harvard University and a Research Associate of the Smithsonian Institution. Her research and teaching interests span astronomy, data visualization, prediction, and online systems for research and education.

Paul Romer

Economist and policy entrepreneur Paul Romer is a co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics Sciences and Professor in Economics at NYU. He has spent his career at the intersection of economics, innovation, technology, and urbanization, working to speed up human progress.

Craig Peters & Cory Gwin

Craig is a Staff Product Manager at GitHub, focused on making coding accessible through developer tools. He has contributed extensively to Apache Hadoop, Open Stack, and Kubernetes. He enjoys cycling, cooking, and hiking with family.

Cory is a Senior Software Engineer at GitHub with 6 years of experience in developer tools, including Jupyter Notebook rendering engine and the NbDime diffing tool. He has contributed to various Jupyter projects to help improve user experiences with rendering notebooks on and off GitHub. He enjoys mountain biking, skiing and building robots with his kids.

Let’s Share Notes

What’s the best way to advance your abilities? To crack a problem? To discover new possibilities? By learning from others on the leading edge. Innovators across all different fields of science use Jupyter to solve big problems. At JupyterCon, you will learn about their solutions and how they might apply to your own projects.

JupyterCon is brought to you by Project Jupyter, in partnership with NumFOCUS.