[Numpy-discussion] ANN: SciPy 2009 early registration ends today
Wed Jul 22 11:00:42 CDT 2009
Today is the last day to register for SciPy 2009 at the early bird rates.
Please register (http://conference.scipy.org/to_register )
by the end of the day to take advantage of the reduced early registration
The conference schedule is available here:
The special group rate for the Marriot Hotel is no longer available. However,
there are a number of closer and less expensive choices still available:
I've been staying at the Vagabond Inn for the last several years:
It is within easy walking distance of the conference and has just been
completely renovated. Rooms at the Vagabond start at $79/night.
About the conference
SciPy 2009, the 8th Python in Science conference, will be held from
August 18-23, 2009 at Caltech in Pasadena, CA, USA. The conference
starts with two days of tutorials to the scientific Python tools.
There will be two tracks, one for introduction of the basic tools to
beginners, and one for more advanced tools. The tutorials will be
followed by two days of talks. Both days of talks will begin with a
keynote address. The first day’s keynote will be given by Peter
Norvig, the Director of Research at Google; while, the second keynote
will be delivered by Jon Guyer, a Materials Scientist in the
Thermodynamics and Kinetics Group at NIST. The program committee will
select the remaining talks from submissions to our call for papers.
All selected talks will be included in our conference proceedings
edited by the program committee. After the talks each day we will
provide several rooms for impromptu birds of a feather discussions.
Finally, the last two days of the conference will be used for a number
of coding sprints on the major software projects in our community.
For the 8th consecutive year, the conference will bring together the
developers and users of the open source software stack for scientific
computing with Python. Attendees have the opportunity to review the
available tools and how they apply to specific problems. By providing
a forum for developers to share their Python expertise with the wider
commercial, academic, and research communities, this conference
fosters collaboration and facilitates the sharing of software
components, techniques, and a vision for high level language use in
For further information, please visit the conference homepage:
* Friday, July 3: Abstracts Due
* Wednesday, July 15: Announce accepted talks, post schedule
* Wednesday, July 22: Early Registration ends
* Tuesday-Wednesday, August 18-19: Tutorials
* Thursday-Friday, August 20-21: Conference
* Saturday-Sunday, August 22-23: Sprints
* Friday, September 4: Papers for proceedings due
* Jarrod Millman, UC Berkeley, USA (Conference Chair)
* Gaël Varoquaux, INRIA Saclay, France (Program Co-Chair)
* Stéfan van der Walt, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
* Fernando Pérez, UC Berkeley, USA (Tutorial Chair)
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