Julia Computing hosted a free one hour Webinar for 100+ pharmaceutical researchers to discuss pharmacology modeling using Pumas.jl. The Webinar was led by Vijay Ivaturi, Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy who initiated and leads the Pumas project.
Julia Computing Webinars for Enterprise Users: Julia Computing provides free one-hour Webinars for enterprise users who want to learn more about Julia’s capabilities and case studies of successful Julia deployment in production.
Julia Computing Live Online Training Courses: Julia Computing’s Dr. Matt Bauman leads three 8-hour live online training courses this month. Each course consists of two four hour training sessions. Click here to register today.
Julia Computing on DM Radio: Julia co-creator and Julia Computing CEO Viral Shah joined DM Radio’s Eric Kavanagh to discuss Artificial Intelligence as the Great Enabler. Click here to listen.
MLSys 2020: Mike Innes (Julia Computing) will present Sense & Sensitivities: The Path to General-Purpose Algorithmic Differentiation at MLSys in Austin March 2-4. An older version is available here.
Julia Machine Learning Workshop Comes to Prague: Avik Sengupta (Julia Computing) and Kevin O’Brien (Coillte) will present a workshop on Machine Learning in Julia at Machine Learning Prague March 20-22.
Universal Differential Equations for Scientific Machine Learning: Chris Rackauckas et al. have submitted a paper on Universal Differential Equations for Scientific Machine Learning. They describe how universal differential equations “augment scientific models with machine-learnable structures for scientifically-based learning” and “how [universal differential equations] can be utilized to discover previously unknown governing equations, accurately extrapolate beyond the original data, and accelerate model simulation, all in a time and data-efficient manner.”
BioJulia Benchmarking: Jakob Nybo Nissen and Ben J. Ward conducted
benchmarking analysis of
BioJulia and Seq, a new language for bioinformatics.
JuliaCon 2020 Deadlines: JuliaCon
2020 will take place July 27-31 at ISCTE -
Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) in Lisbon, Portugal.
JuliaCon 2020 Call for Proposals: JuliaCon 2020 proposals are due March 7, 2020. Proposal types include talks, lightning talks, minisymposia, workshops, posters and ‘Birds of a Feather’ breakout sessions. Please review submission guidelines, prepare and submit your proposal no later than March 7, 2020. Mentorship is also available for new presenters.
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Early Bird Ticket Discount: Early Bird Tickets are available for purchase now through April 20, 2020. Please purchase your tickets early to take advantage of discounted pricing.
JuliaCon 2020 Call for Volunteers: JuliaCon runs on volunteers! Please consider signing up to volunteer. JuliaCon volunteer opportunities include:
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JuliaSure provides enterprise support and indemnity for organizations using Julia.
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JuliaRun allows you to scale Julia deployment from a single machine to dozens or hundreds of nodes in a public or private cloud environment, including AWS, Azure or Google Cloud.
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Julia and Julia Computing in the News
HPCWire: Julia Programming’s Dramatic Rise in HPC and Elsewhere
CleanTechnica: Energy Efficiency Is A Core Target For Machine Learning
BuiltInChicago: An Engineering Leader Discusses the Best Programming Languages to Learn
IProgrammer: Python As Fast As Go and C++ The Queens Prove It
Analytics India: MLDS 2020 - AIM Wraps Up Bangalore Edition of India’s Biggest ML Developer Conference
Clare Herald: Clare and Mid-West Best for Tech and Biotech Job Offerings
Irish Tech News: Tech on the Wild Atlantic Way Thomond Park, Feb 1
Free Press Journal: 10th Aegis Graham Bell Awards Concluded the 2nd Jury Round
Yahoo: 10th Aegis Graham Bell Awards Concluded the 2nd Jury Round
HPCWire: Julia Computing Brings Machine Learning in Julia Workshop to Prague
Julia Blog Posts
On the Performance and Design of BioSequences Compared to the Seq Language (Jakob Nybo Nissen and Ben J. Ward)
Differentiating the Discrete: Automatic Differentiation Meets Integer Optimization (Mathieu Besançon)
Constraint Solver: Support for Linear Objectives (Ole Kröger)
Constraint Solver: Dealing with Real Coefficients! (Ole Kröger)
Constraint Solver: How to Use JuMP for Your Own Solver? (Ole Kröger)
How To Train Interpretable Neural Networks That Accurately Extrapolate From Small Data(Chris Rackauckas)
Sharp Data Science (Matt Roughan)
Kaggle Santa 2019: Final Wrap Up (Ole Kröger)
Extracting Dominant Colours from Pictures(Lázaro Alonso)
Upcoming Julia Events
Munich: Kickoff with Julia User Group Munich Feb 5
Vienna: Testing & CI for Julia + VScode/Emacs/Vim Tips &Trickswith Rene Donner, Martin Trapp and Vienna Julia Meetup Feb 5
Boulder: Julia Meetup with Boulder Data Science, Machine Learning and AI Feb 6
Online: Introduction to Julia with Dr. Matt Bauman (Julia Computing) Feb 12-13
Vancouver: Kickoff with Tooling with Christian Weilbach and Programming in Julia Feb 13
Barcelona: February Julia Get-Together with Adrian Salceanu Feb 18
Online: Introduction to Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Julia with Dr. Matt Bauman (Julia Computing) Feb 19-20
Palma de Mallorca: Julia for Non-Coders with Julia Mallorca Feb 21
Online: Scientific Machine Learning Webinar with Chris Rackauckas Feb 25
Warsaw: O Pakietach w Języku Julia i Zarządzaniu Binarnymi Dependencjami with Przemyslaw Szufel and Bogumił Kamiński Feb 26
Austin: MLSys with Mike Innes (Julia Computing) March 2-4
Online: Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics Webinar using Pumas with Vijay Ivaturi March 6
Prague: Machine Learning in Julia with Avik Sengupta (Julia Computing) and Kevin O’Brien (Coillte) at Machine Learning Prague March 20
Ljubljana: Population Approach Group in Europe (PAGE) with Andreas Noack and Patrick Modensen (Julia Computing) June 9-12
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium: 4th Annual JuMP-dev Workshop June 15-17
Lisbon: JuliaCon 2020 at the ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa July 27-31
Recent Julia Events
San Francisco: Talk Julia over Brunch in SF at The Cavalier with Bay Area Julia Users Jan 11
Berlin: Meet-Up and Co-Working Day with Julia Users Group at TU Berlin Jan 14
Warsaw: System Typów w Języku Julia with Bogumił Kamiński and Warszawskie Forum Julia Jan 14
Washington DC: Introduction to the Julia Language with José Bayoán Santiago Calderón and Washington DC Greater Metro Area Julia Language Group Jan 16
Vienna: Testing & CI for Julia + Emacs/VScode Tips & Tricks with Reneé Donner Jan 20
Seattle: Applied and Computational Mathematical Sciences Talk with Elliot Saba (Julia Computing) at University of Washington Jan 21
Bangalore: Machine Learning Developers Summit with Viral Shah (Julia Computing) Jan 22-23
Bangalore: Julia Language Talk with Viral Shah (Julia Computing) at Infosys Jan 23
Cambridge, MA: Open Julia Users Night with Jameson Nash, Jeff Bezanson (Julia Computing) and Cambridge Area Julia User Network (CAJUN) Jan 23
Cambridge, MA: Harvard College in Asia Program Conference with Keno Fischer (Julia Computing) Jan 23
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge 3 - DrWatson.jl - The Perfect Sidekick to Your Scientific Enquiries with Lyndon White and All England Julia User Group Jan 23
Online: Julia Computing Pharma Webinar with Vijay Ivaturi Jan 24
Cambridge, MA: Modeling & Simulation in Drug Development with Dr. Nagendra Chemuturi Jan 27
Freiburg: Julia’s Type System with Konstantinos Michailidis and Julia User Group Freiburg Jan 28
Minneapolis: Julia User Group Social at Surly with Jordan Kunde-Wright and Twin Cities Julia User Group Jan 30
Limerick: Julia Computing Goes Wild with Career Zoo’s ‘Tech on the Wild Atlantic Way’ with Avik Sengupta (Julia Computing) and Career Zoo Feb 1
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