JuliaCon 2016

The third Julia conference will take place June 21st-25th, 2016 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Expect cutting-edge technical talks, hands-on workshops, a chance to rub shoulders with Julia's creators, and a weekend in a city known for its historical significance and colonial architecture. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Registration closes on June 10, but be sure to buy your tickets by May 6 May 13 to take advantage of the early registration discount!

Eventbrite - JuliaCon 2016

Get the official poster for the conference here!


Tuesday, June 21 Workshops
Wednesday-Friday, June 22-24 Talks
Saturday, June 25 Hackathon

Keynote Talks

The JuliaCon 2016 committee is happy to announce the following keynote speakers:

Timothy E. Holy is Associate Professor of Neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis. In 2009 he received the NIH Director’s Pioneer award for innovations in optics and microscopy. His research interests include imaging of neuronal activity and his lab was probably one of the first to adopt Julia for scientific research. He is a long time Julia contributor and a lead developer of Julia’s multidimensional array capabilities as well as the author of far too many Julia packages.

Thomas J. Sargent is Professor of Economics at New York University and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. In 2011 the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded him the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on macroeconomics. Together with John Stachurski he founded quant-econ.net, a Julia and Python based learning platform for quantitative economics focusing on algorithms and numerical methods for studying economic problems as well as coding skills.

Guy L. Steele Jr. is a Software Architect for Oracle Labs and Principal Investigator of the Programming Language Research project. The Association for Computing Machinery awarded him the 1988 Grace Murray Hopper award. He has co-designed the programming language Scheme, which has greatly influenced the design of Julia, as well as languages such as Fortress and Java.

Talks in previous years tackled problems in such diverse fields as bioinformatics, economics, numerical optimization, parallel computing, web development, and more. For an example of what to expect, check out this random talk from last year's JuliaCon:


The JuliaCon committee is composed entirely of volunteer organizers and can be reached at juliacon@googlegroups.com with any questions or comments.


Accommodations for the conference can be found on MIT's Where To Stay and Bed and Breakfast pages. If none of the locations on these pages suit you, here are a few additional B&B-style locations:


Want to be a JuliaCon 2016 sponsor? Three different sponsorship tiers are available:

Sponsorship Tier Complimentary Tickets Speaking Slot
$15000 Platinum 3 tickets (Conference + Workshop) 15 minutes
$5000 Gold 2 tickets (Conference + Workshop) 10 minutes
$2000 Silver 1 ticket (Conference + Workshop) 5 minutes

For further details on sponsorship, please contact the JuliaCon committee.

JuliaCon 2016 Platinum sponsors:

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

JuliaCon 2016 Gold sponsors:

Intel Corporation

JuliaCon 2016 Silver sponsors:

Conning & Company Julia Computing, Inc. Invenia Technical Computing Corporation

...along with a generous personal donation from Jeffrey Sarnoff.

Past JuliaCons

With 100+ attendees for JuliaCon 2014 and JuliaCon India, and 200+ attendees for last year's JuliaCon at MIT, we hope that this year we'll be able to meet even more of you and further grow our awesome community of scientists, hackers and engineers. Come join us!

In the meantime, feel free to check out previous JuliaCons by following the links below: