[Numpy-discussion] Scipy08 Paper submission deadline extention to Monday 30th
Charles R Harris
Fri Jun 27 13:41:25 CDT 2008
On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 12:24 PM, Gael Varoquaux <
> The deadline for submitting abstracts to the Scipy conference was tonight.
> In order to give you more time to submit excellent abstracts, the review
> committee is extending the deadline to Monday (June 30th), and will work
> hastily to get all of them reviewed in time for the program announcement,
> on Thursday July 3rd.
> The SciPy 2008 Conference will be held 21-22 August 2008 at the
> California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California. SciPy is a
> scientific computing package, written in the Python language. It is
> widely used in research, the industry and academia.
> The program features tutorials, contributed papers, lightning talks, and
> bird-of-a-feather sessions. We are soliciting talks and accompanying
> papers (either formal academic or magazine-style articles) that discuss
> topics which center around scientific computing using Python. These
> include applications, teaching, future development directions and
> research. A collection of peer-reviewed articles will be published as
> part of the proceedings.
> Proposals for talks are submitted as extended abstracts. There are two
> categories of talks:
> Lightning talks
> These talks are 10 minutes in duration. An abstract of between 300 and
> 700 words should describe the topic and motivate its relevance to
> scientific computing. Lightning talks do not require an accompanying
> article (although, if submitted, these will still be published).
> Paper presentations
> These talks are 35 minutes in duration (including questions). A one page
> abstract of no less than 500 words (excluding figures and references)
> should give an outline of the final paper. Papers are due two weeks
> before the conference, and may be in a formal academic style, or in a
> more relaxed magazine-style format.
> If you wish to present a talk at the conference, please create an account
> on the website http://conference.scipy.org. You may then submit an
> abstract by logging in, clicking on your profile and following the "
> Submit an abstract " link.
> Gaël, on behalf on the SciPy08 organizing committee.
So how do we find the abstracts/papers for review?
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