Dr. Yves J. Hilpisch, MD of Visixion GmbH, will speak again at this year’s PyCon DE conference which takes place again in Leipzig.
After a good start in 2011, PyCon DE will again take place in Leipzig. It starts on Monday, 29 October 2012, with tutorials and the University day. From 30 October to . . . → Read More: PyCon DE — Efficient Data Analysis with pandas and Derivatives Analytics with DEXISION
After 2011, Dr. Yves J. Hilpisch, MD of Visixion GmbH, will speak again at the EuroScipy 2012 which takes place in Brussels this year.
The EuroScipy conference has established itself as the leading European conference when it comes to the scientific use of the programming language Python (www.python.org). It starts on Thursday, 23 August 2012, . . . → Read More: EuroScipy 2012 — Talk about “Python for Finance”
For the second time, Dr. Yves J. Hilpisch, MD of Visixion GmbH, will speak and give a training at the EuroPython conference in Florence.
This year’s EuroPython 2012 conference will again take place in Florence, Italy. It starts on Monday, 02 July 2012, and lasts until Sunday, 08 July 2012. Dr. Hilpisch will present at the . . . → Read More: EuroPython 2012 — Talk and Training
From 04-09 October 2011, the first German PyCon conference will take place in Leipzig. As the first regional Python conference of this format, it illustrates that Python is strongly gaining ground compared to other programming languages. The conference will offer a diverse program of talks, two of which will be given by Dr. Yves J. Hilpisch, . . . → Read More: PyCon DE 2011 — Rapid Financial Engineering and Automating Numerical Research
On 29. August 2011, the Python in Physics (PyPhy) conference took place. An international group of researchers from diverse fields presented their use cases for Python in Physics and related areas. Dr. Yves Hilpisch gave a talk about potential approaches to automate numerical research projects—starting with a simple Monte Carlo simulation study, showing Python implementations and . . . → Read More: PyPhy 2011 — Automating Numerical Research with Python