Speaking

I’ve been a regular at a range of events in AI, machine learning, epidemiology and digital health over the last few years. I also did a Reddit AMA! once, which was really fun. If you’d like me to speak at your upcoming conference or meetup, get in touch!

Past talks by Chris von Csefalvay

Below are a few videos from various conferences and talks I gave in the past.

Presentation given at Budapest Neo4j Meetup about using graph databases and graph technology to discern epidemic dynamics in rapidly spreading outbreaks. Sorry about the audio/video quality :/
There’s a lot of interesting stuff we can learn from silly experiments. Over the span of six weeks, I’ve built a complex IoT rig to monitor the whereabouts, health status and food consumption of our kitten, River. Here’s what I learned from the experience.

Podcasts

Over the years, a number of podcasts have been kind enough to allow me a platform to talk about what I do. Below is a selection.

Random Urban Memories

This two-parter dealt with the issue of vaccines, vaccine hesitancy/apprehension, side effects and myth busting. Definitely worth listening to if you’re harbouring any concerns about vaccine safety! If you enjoy good conversation about science for a popular audience (with an Irish accent), Random Urban Memories is a great podcast worth subscribing to!

Part 1
Part 2

Bugs, Blood & Bones

It’s been fantastic to be invited to Devon’s awesome podcast! Devon is an entomologist, medical student and aficionado of all things creepy-crawly. In this two-parter we talked about life, death, ebolaviruses and friendship. Listen here for Part 1 and Part 2 – and don’t forget to follow Devon on Twitter!