#SDSC20 online will bring together spatial problem solvers at the intersection of Data Science & GIS
The conference will feature a series of keynote presentations and workshops that cover cutting-edge techniques in spatial modeling, machine learning, spatial statistics, geo-processing at scale, and novel uses of spatial data sets.
The online event will bring an even larger, more global group together - so be prepared for an interactive, engaging experience with fellow Spatial Data Science experts.
Keynote speakers will inspire you with their vision for the future of Spatial Data Science, focusing on the latest in modelling techniques and new data streams.
Learn first-hand how to use new geospatial technology in your Data Science workflows. Connect with industry experts, product gurus, and innovators from a range of industries.
Data and geospatial experts will come together to discuss how they see our space evolving, focusing on how the growth of Spatial Data Science is affecting the Location Intelligence ecosystem.
Keep your eyes peeled, we’ll soon be adding new speakers and sessions here.
Take a look back at Spatial Data Science Conference 2019 highlights
Since 2013 Felipe has been a Developer Advocate on big data, inspiring developers around the world to leverage Google Cloud Platform tools to analyze & understand data in ways they could never before.
Luc Anselin is a Senior Fellow at NORC at the University of Chicago in the Academic Research Centers. He is a leading world scholar among geographers, economists, & planners in the world on the subject of spatial econometrics.
Michele Ferretti is a Data Scientist at Booking.com. He is also finishing a PhD in the Department of Geography at King's College London, focusing on the role of geospatial technologies and "Smart Cities".
Michael is an experienced software developer & leader who has worked in key roles in a number of startups over 16 years. He specialises in full-stack web application development.
Javier founded CARTO with a vision to democratize data analysis and visualization. Under his leadership, it has grown into one of the fastest growing geospatial companies in the world.
Paul is a Data Scientist at Atkins, where he models, analyses and creates built environment data, focusing on unlocking and using spatial data for development opportunities.
Don’t miss a unique opportunity to put your organization at the forefront of the Spatial Data Science space, building your brand and connecting with more than 400 Data Scientists and Developers from a wide range of industries.
Whether you're more interested in Python or R, we'll be holding interactive sessions on September 23rd so that you can learn from industry specialists.
'An Introduction to Spatial Data Science with R', with Edzer Pebesma
'Using CARTOframes in your Spatial Data Science Workflows', with Andy Eschbacher
'Datashader for Spatial Data Science', by Brendan Collins
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the Spatial Data Science Conference will take place online from October 19th to October 23rd.
We’ll miss those coffee conversations, those spatial anecdotes at the after-party and the feeling of bringing the community together face to face, but this has some huge benefits:
We’re bringing together the best speakers from the US & Europe events in one single online experience.
You can watch content when it suits you in the comfort of your own home.
Full week packed with more than 20 keynote presentations, panels, and technical workshops, the conference will show how the growth of Spatial Data Science is affecting every single type of business (not just the traditional GIS heavy verticals).
Anna Dixon and Michael Dowd