Speakers and instructors
Here we will present the list of speakers (including keynotes) and workshop instructors. If you want to become one head read more about that in Call for Proposals
Assistant Professor at the Institute of Computer Science of Warsaw University of Technology, of which he is also a graduate (MSc summa cum laude 2015, PhD 2022). Software engineer, AI researcher, conference speaker, author and co-author of papers on audio ML and artificial intelligence applied to computer games. His primary research area is music information retrieval (MIR). Has also worked with research and engineering teams of Fortune 500 companies, providing ML solutions and analytics.
Apart from his scientific and engineering work, he is also an experienced touring and studio musician, having performed for audiences of up to 150,000 people and having toured in Poland, China, Vietnam, the UK, Germany, Ukraine, Lithuania and Estonia, among others.
Laysa is a developer working towards a more diverse and fun Python community by organizing PyLadies Munich Chapter. Her passion for sharing knowledge and OSS has led her to work as developer advocate for Aiven, a company that offers a fully managed, OSS cloud data platform. She helps users to understand databases and do cool things with them. She is also an OSS contributor and organizer of OCPP (Open Charge Point Protocol) communities. Besides Python, she likes cyberpunk movies, tea, and human languages.