About our conference
IT NonStop is a series of international professional conferences that are held in 6 cities of Ukraine, Russia, Poland, and Argentina. IT NonStop Odessa is about two main topics, Machine Learning and Blockchain. We are inviting BI engineers and specialists who are interested in Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science to join us this May.
Leader of the Routing team at Maidsafe, London, UK
Rust programmer and leader of the Routing team at Maidsafe, Pierre Chevalier participated in the invention of PARSEC: a next-generation consensus protocol and is now overseeing its development in the open, in Rust.
Product Lead at Kheiron Medical, London, UK
Ivan is an entrepreneurial product manager with a background in engineering and AI. Ivan has previously founded several startups, one of which was supported by EF (Entrepreneur First). Before moving to the UK Ivan has also worked on product and marketing at Readdle, one of the most successful productivity app developers for the Mac and iOS platforms.
Team Lead, Senior Developer at DataArt, Kharkiv, UA
Specialist in Machine Learning (Deep learning, Bayesian methods and more), data scientist, a researcher in the area of machine learning and computational intelligence. Has a strong background in mathematics and statistics, predictive models and complex data visualization.
Microsoft Regional Director, Software Engineer, and Architect, Kiev, UA
Oleksandr is a CEO of DevRain Solutions — Ukrainian software development company, CTO of DonorUA — smart blood donors recruitment system, and Ph.D. in Computer Science. Awarded as Microsoft Regional Director and Microsoft Artificial Intelligence Most Valuable Professional. Oleksandr is passioned about technologies and Artificial Intelligence and believe that they can help us to make Earth a better place to live.
Head of AI competency, Delivery Manager at DataArt, Kharkiv, UA
Engineering manager at work and geek at heart, Igor’s primary expertise is building teams that develop cutting-edge products. Since 2016, Igor manages organizations providing technology consulting in AI and process automation areas.
Senior Developer at DataArt, Odessa, UA
Denis has eight years of experience in software development. He has been engaged in data collection and analysis systems, finance, the Internet of Things and the development of embedded systems. The main languages he uses are Java, Python, Scala, C/C++. Denis is interested in the practical application of machine learning algorithms.
Solutions Architect at DataArt, Kiev, UA
Maxim is a specialist in the blockchain technologies (Ethereum, R3-Corda, Hyperledger). He has a strong background in high-performance decentralized systems, complex and zero downtime solutions.
CTO at 482.solutions, Odessa, UA
Senior Developer at DataArt, Odessa, UA
Nikita Sosnov is a Golang developer, an active supporter of this language, a fan of containerization and orchestration, a lecturer, a mentor in many fields, and a creator and curator of courses in DataArt, as well as a teacher.
Blockchain/DLT Solution Architect at Lohika, Kyiv
DLT and Computer Scientist and just a friendly guy. Took key part in the creation of a Ukrainian crypto project. Try to make the world a better place using math and science. Are you with me?
CEO at 482.solutions. Odessa, UA
Roman is an industry 4.0 expert and decentralization paradigm influencer, co-founder and CEO at 482.solution R&D company, focuses on scientific and technological challenges of the DLT, cluster-based crypto economy, IoT and robotics domains.
Team Lead, Senior Developer at DataArt, Kiev, UA
Software engineer, familiar with JS, NodeJS, Ruby and Go languages. Last few years worked in Media Practice. Has a strong background in full stack application development.
Data Scientist at Eleks, Lviv, UA
Oleksandra is a professional with 4-year experience in Information Technology including two years specializing in Data Science. She has a solid background in Mathematics. Specialist in optimization, machine learning, and predictive modeling.
Machine Learning/Data Science Engineer at The Product Engine, Odessa, UA
Andrii is a Machine Learning/Data Science Engineer at The Product Engine and a Ph.D. student and lecturer at Odessa National 'I.I. Mecnikov' University. Being an enthusiast and a promoter of the science-intensive fields in the IT industry, he is always eager to put his commercial and academic experience to the good use.
Team Lead, Senior Developer at Logicify, Kherson, UA
Pavel has more than eight years of experience in the software development industry. Over the last two years, he is mainly focused on building predictive models and Bayesian inference. Pavel has a strong background in statistics and probabilistic theory.
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We offer reimbursement for travel and accommodation, lunch and coffee breaks, IT Nonstop conference souvenirs.
Modern AI. Case studies from finance and healthcare
Igor Kaufman, Head of AI competency, Delivery Manager, DataArt, Kharkiv
Effective objects detection in CCTV video stream
Denis Dechev, Java Developer, DataArt, Odessa
How to build serverless architecture using scikit-learn and AWS
Luidmila Dezhkina, TeamLead, Senior Developer, DataArt, Kharkiv
Extracting insights from the textual data
Oleksandr Krakovetskyi, Microsoft Regional Director, Software Engineer and Architect, Kyiv
From the academic research to the commercial application or the emergence of Machine Learning
Andrii Latysh, Machine Learning/Data Science Engineer at The Product Engine, Odessa
Let AI plan your trip
Oleksandra Kardash, Data Scientist at Eleks, Lviv
- Data sources overview
- How to avoid NP-hard problem using combined ML and optimization technics
- Personalization as a big challenge in the modern world
Probabilistic Programming: Advantages of Bayesian way of thinking.
Pavel Knorr, Team Lead, Senior Developer at Logicify
The specifics of the AI products development for Healthcare - technologies, processes, tools
Ivan Kavalerov, Product Lead at Kheiron Medical, London
What you should know about building blockchain system
Artem Frantsiian, CTO at 482.solutions, Odessa, UA
- Three whales of the blockchain system or what is the basis of everything.
- Dive in cryptography and its use in the blockchain.
- Blockchain as a technology.
- DLT, as the basis of the network.
- Frameworks and platforms overview
- Hyperledger Sawtooth
- Hyperledger Fabric
When does business need Blockchain?
Maxim Zavgorodny, Specialist in the blockchain technologies (Ethereum, R3-Corda, Hyperledger), DataArt, Kyiv
Blockchain: distributed protocol for the IoT solutions
Roman Kravchenko, CEO at 482.solutions. Odessa, UA
- IInternet of Things (IoT) as a new paradigm of the physical world
- The concept of DLT (Blockchain) as a DNA protocol for the IoT solutions
- Blockchain as a new business and economy model in IoT solutions
- Use cases:
- ProximaX - IaDLT (Integrated and Distributed Ledger Technology) platform for developing enterprise solutions and IoT services
- REMME IoT - dPKI protocol for authentication and interaction of the IoT devices based on distributed ledger technology (blockchain)
Decentralized Application Ecosystem
Roman Hulenko, Blockchain/DLT Solution Architect at Lohika, Kyiv
You will understand how to build the fault-tolerant efficient and trustless environment for fog computations and find out how IoT and DLT symbiosis open new perspectives for deccision making systems based on atomic commitments with prefix sequential consistency model.
Blockchain Was Just The Beginning
Pierre Chevalier, Leader of the Routing team at Maidsafe, London
When Nakamoto published the Bitcoin Whitepaper, a door was opened that could never be closed. The world now had a Sybil-resistant, trustless consensus protocol - and thousands of minds started working overtime on ever-more intriguing applications of this novel technology.
Maidsafe Developer and PARSEC co-author, Pierre Chevalier will present the PARSEC consensus protocol.
He’ll show why a blockchain just couldn’t cut it when it came to powering the SAFE Network - the fully autonomous decentralized data and communications network for the world - and how the PARSEC protocol solves that problem.
Overview of the Media Asset management \ Digital Assets Management (MAM \ DAM) application based on blockchain technology.
Alexander Shilo, Team Lead, Senior Developer, DataArt, Kyiv
In recent times, the number of digital assets used and provided by companies has been developing in a geometric progression. Efficient storage, organization, retrieval, and sharing of them requires management. This management process is called DAM - digital asset management. The assets can be any digital information (videos, slides for advertising, digital photos, music, books, and other materials). Thus, with the ever-increasing need for DAM, it needs to be more transparent, secure, and accessible.
Blockchain would be the best technology to implement to have the highest standard of security and transparency. It will ensure that the digital assets are not going to be erased, used or changed by an external source and it would also make it easily accessible.
Corda. The cheat sheet
Nikita Sosnov, Senior Golang Developer, DataArt, Odessa
Blockchain: Trends in Legal Regulation
Ihor Markevych, Founder & CHO at Amigo Partners, Lviv
- legislative attempts in Ukraine: will there be an act;
- change of accent from the crypto to blockchain;
- ICO is most likely alive or dead;
- blockchain as a panacea in public administration?
- what is there in the world?