[Numpy-discussion] Fwd: [sage-devel] Sage Days 11: November 7-10, Austin, Texas

Fernando Perez fperez.net@gmail....
Tue Sep 30 19:39:20 CDT 2008

Hi all,

I think the original announcement only went to the Sage lists, but
this should be of interest to this crowd as well.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Craig Citro <craigcitro@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 8:47 PM
Subject: [sage-devel] Sage Days 11: November 7-10, Austin, Texas
To: sage-devel@googlegroups.com, sage-support@googlegroups.com

Hi all,

This is a reminder that Sage Days 11 is fast approaching! The topic is
"Special functions and computational number theory meet scientific
computing." The plan is to bring together a bunch of number theorists
and scientific computing/supercomputing experts, and Austin's
incredible supercomputing facilities make this the perfect place for

If you're new to Sage, and interested in this topic, attending a Sage
Days is the perfect way to get more involved. (For those of you who've
been around a while, you know the drill -- just go ahead and skip this
paragraph.) Sage Days are friendly and very intensive focused
development workshops, which are probably fairly different from other
math-related conferences and workshops you've attended. There are
usually only one to two talks per day, in order to allow for the
maximum time for working discussions and coding sprints. The groups
are organized on the first day, and there are regular progress reports
throughout the workshop.

We have a webpage:


and a wiki page:


If you're planning on joining us in Austin, please register soon at
http://www.ma.utexas.edu/sage/rform1.php, and add your name to the
wiki. We do have some limited funding available, so please let us know
if you'll need funding. We have a block of rooms reserved at the
Doubletree Guest Suites in Austin, and we'll let you know more details
on that soon.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me or any of the other organizers!

On behalf of the organizing committee,
-Craig Citro

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