[Numpy-discussion] [ANN] EuroSciPy 2009 - Presentation Schedule Published
Sun Jun 7 17:25:51 CDT 2009
EuroSciPy 2009 Presentation Schedule Published
The schedule of presentations for the EuroSciPy conference is online:
We have 16 talks from a variety of scientific fields.
All about using Python for scientific work.
We're pleased to announce the EuroSciPy 2009 Conference to be held in
Leipzig, Germany on July 25-26, 2009.
This is the second conference after the successful conference last
year. Again, EuroSciPy will be a venue for the European community of
users of the Python programming language in science.
Registration is open. The registration fee is 100.00 € for early
registrants and will increase to 150.00 € for late registration
after June 15, 2009. Registration will include breakfast, snacks and lunch
for Saturday and Sunday.
Please register here:
March 21 Registration opens
May 8 Abstract submission deadline
May 15 Acceptance of presentations
May 30 Announcement of conference program
June 15 Early bird registration deadline
July 15 Slides submission deadline
July 20 - 24 Pre-Conference courses
July 25/26 Conference
August 15 Paper submission deadline
See http://www.euroscipy.org/venue.html for details.
You like to help make the EuroSciPy 2009 a success?
Here are some ways you can get involved:
* attend the conference
* submit an abstract for a presentation
* give a lightning talk
* make EuroSciPy known:
- distribute the press release (http://www.euroscipy.org/media.html)
to scientific magazines or other relevant media
- write about it on your website
- in your blog
- talk to friends about it
- post to local e-mail lists
- post to related forums
- spread flyers and posters in your institution
- make entries in relevant event calendars
- anything you can think of
* inform potential sponsors about the event
* become a sponsor
If you're interested in volunteering to help organize things
or have some other idea that can help the conference, please
email us at mmueller at python-academy dot de.
Do you like to sponsor the conference?
There are several options available:
Would you like to learn Python or about some of the most used scientific
libraries in Python? Then the "Python Summer Course"  might be for
you. There are two parts to this course:
* a two-day course "Introduction to Python"  for people with
programming experience in other languages and
* a three-day course "Python for Scientists and Engineers"  that
introduces some of the most used Python tools for scientists and
engineers such as NumPy, PyTables, and matplotlib
Both courses can be booked individually . Of course, you can attend
the courses without registering for EuroSciPy.
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