At PyCon India we create opportunities to present/share ideas, topics, or projects (large and small). Poster presentations provides a unique opportunity to have a one-to-one interaction to do just that.
A poster is a graphical summary of projects or ideas. The poster session provides an opportunity to network with the conference attendees and acts as a starting point for further discussions. While talks generally need to appeal to a wide section of the community, posters can cover niche topics.
At this year's event, we have poster submissions from diverse topics. Students and Pythonistas working in various fields are going to present posters highlighting the use of Python in their work. This year, ideas randing from predicting diabetes to automatic stub-generation tools are being presented in these sessions.
PyCon Inda 2021 being an online event, a poster presentation will be done with a recorded session of 5-10 minutes. There will be separate sessions created on the Hopin platform for each poster. The participants can visit these any time during both the conference days and leave their feedback/questions. Speakers will be available for Q&A Session during the break time on day 2 of the conference (19th September).
Out of the many submissions we received, the following posters will be presented this year:
Predicting Diabetes Mellitus in ICU Patients by Hena Ghonia & Shanaya Mehata
Thinking Fast and Slow with FastAPI by Aniket Kumar
Data Labeling with Doccano by Soumya Patil & Shreya Parvatikar
How to learn the Bayesian structure by Vidhi Chug
Introduction to distributed computation using dask by Shreyas Kapale & Siddhi Redekar
We invite everyone to visit these sessions and interact with the speakers. Some of them are students and first-time speakers. Your feedback, guidance, and words of appreciation would mean a lot for folks new to the Python community.
See you all at PyCon India 2021.