July 10th, 2018
This year we decided to jointly participate in the PyData conference in Berlin with all team members. Thanks so much to the organizers, the speakers and sponsors such as Anaconda or Rasa! For us it was an interesting event with diverse talks ranging from parsing time expressions in documents over generalized additive models to modern approaches to bayesian learning. As always, one of the most enjoyable things at PyData is the relaxed and friendly atmosphere. If you are interested, most of the talks were videotaped - you can find them here.
March 23rd, 2020
Mathematical models cannot cure COVID-19, but they can help us to understand how the virus spreads and to take the appropriate actions to contain the pandemic.
dida's external advisor Michael...read more