[Numpy-discussion] SciPy 2010: Vote on Tutorials & Sprints
Tue Mar 30 09:07:49 CDT 2010
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Spring is upon us and arrangements for SciPy 2010 are in full swing.
We're already nearing on some important deadlines for conference
participants: April 11th is the deadline for submitting an abstract
for a paper, and April 15th is the deadline for submitting a tutorial
Help choose tutorials for SciPy 2010...
We set up a UserVoice page to brainstorm tutorial topics last week and
we already have some great ideas. The top ones at the moment are:
Effective multi-core programming with Cython and Python
Building your own app with Mayavi
High performance computing with Python
Propose your own or vote on the existing suggestions here.
...Or instruct a tutorial and cover your conference costs.
Did you know that we're awarding generous stipends to tutorial
instructors this year? So if you believe you could lead a tutorial,
by all means submit your proposal — soon! They're due April 15th.
Call for Papers Continues
Submitting a paper for to present at SciPy 2010 is easy, so remember
to prepare one and have your friends and colleagues follow suit. Send
us your abstract before April 11th and let us know whether you'd like
to speak at the main conference or one of the specialized tracks.
Have you registered?
Booking your tickets early should save you money — not to mention the
early registration prices you will qualify for if you register before
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