Brought to you by NumFOCUS Foundation and O’Reilly Media
The official Jupyter Conference
Aug 21-22, 2018: Training
Aug 22-24, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY
Brought to you by NumFOCUS Foundation and O'Reilly Media
The official Jupyter Conference
Aug 21-22, 2018: Training
Aug 22-24, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY

“Absolutely the best tech conference I've ever been to. A perfect mixture of networking, technical talks, and insight.”

– Tim Dobbins, The General Auto Insurance

Discover how the most data-driven organizations are using Jupyter to analyze data, share insights, and create dynamic, reproducible data science.

NEW: Jupyter Pop-up March 21 in Boston

JupyterCon: Transforming data into a competitive advantage

The world's most data-driven organizations are now using Jupyter Notebooks—an immensely powerful tool for sharing and communicating data analysis. Notebooks and other open source Jupyter tools can solve "last mile" issues of communicating data to management, create self-documenting and future-friendly apps and widgets, and transform workflows and organizations.

That's why Project Jupyter, the NumFOCUS Foundation, and O'Reilly Media are joining forces to host JupyterCon, happening in New York on August 21-24, 2018.

At JupyterCon, you'll learn from the experts how to weave computation and data into rich, interactive narratives. You'll discover intriguing new enterprise use cases. And you'll join the community of Jupyter users and developers that help shape the project's future.

The Call for Presenters is now open.

If you have an intriguing case study, deep technical knowledge to share about Jupyter's internals, a useful extension, or a provocative idea for new development, we'd love to hear from you. Topics we'll be exploring include:

  • Core Jupyter Architecture (notebooks, message specification, kernels)
  • Jupyter subprojects (Notebook, JupyterHub, JupyterLab, nbconvert, IPython)
  • Usage and application of Jupyter software in education, scientific research, machine learning, data journalism, visualization, finance and economic forecasting
  • JupyterHub and multi-user or large-scale deployments
  • Reproducible research and open science
  • Jupyter development process and community
  • Organizational and enterprise adoptions of Jupyter
  • Documentation with and for Jupyter
  • Jupyter kernels across different programming languages
  • Extensions and customization of Jupyter software

Check out our tips for submitting a great proposal, and get your proposal in by the deadline: March 6, 2018.

Important dates:

  • Call for Participation closes on March 6
  • All proposers notified by April 2018
  • Registration opens in April 2018
  • JupyterCon Sprint Day, Saturday, August 25

Diversity and inclusion at JupyterCon

We believe that true innovation depends on hearing from, and listening to, people with a variety of perspectives. Please read our Diversity Statement.

We're committed to creating a safe and productive environment for everyone at all of our events. Please read our Code of Conduct.


The conference will take place at the Hilton Midtown, a spectacular location just steps from Central Park, Times Square, MOMA, and world-class theater and shopping destinations.

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