[Numpy-discussion] [ANN] EuroSciPy Registration now open
Thu Apr 10 15:13:08 CDT 2008
I'm pleased to announce that the registration for the first-annual
EuroSciPy Conference is now open.
Please take advantage of the early-bird rate and register soon. We'd
love to have an early idea of attendance so that we can scale the
venue appropriately (the available room is flexible in this regard).
The EuroSciPy Conference will be held July 26-27, 2008 in Leipzig,
EuroSciPy is designed to complement the popular SciPy Conferences
which have been held for the last 7 years at Caltech (the 2008 SciPy
Conference in the U.S. will be held the week of August 19-24).
Similarly, the EuroSciPy Conference provides a unique opportunity to
learn and affect what is happening in the realm of scientific
computing with Python. Attendees will 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 scientific computing. Typical presentations include general
python use in the sciences, as well as NumPy and SciPy usage for
general problem solving. Beyond the excellent talks, there are inter-
session discussions that prove stimulating and helpful.
The direct link to the registration site is here:
The registration fee will be 100.00€ for early registrants and will
increase to 150.00€ for late registration (after June 15).
Registration will include breakfast, snacks and lunch for Saturday and
Call for Participation
If you are interested in presenting at the EuroSciPy Conference you
may submit an abstract in Plain Text, PDF or MS Word formats to email@example.com
. The deadline for abstract submission is April 30,2008. Papers and/
or presentation slides are acceptable and are due by June 15, 2008.
Presentations will be allotted 30 minutes.
Please pass this announcement along to any other relevant contacts.
Travis N. Vaught
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