[SciPy-user] ANN: SciPy 2006 Conference
perry at stsci.edu
Wed Apr 12 08:45:03 CDT 2006
Who is helping organize this year's conference besides you. I'm
thinking I may want to help, particularly in involving the
astronomical community more. The next month isn't that good for me
but I'd like to be involved if that is of interest to you (i.e., with
the program and such). If you are interested, what is your schedule
of activities for planning the conference?
On Apr 11, 2006, at 4:10 PM, Travis N. Vaught wrote:
> The *SciPy 2006 Conference* is scheduled for August 17-18, 2006 at
> A tremendous amount of work has gone into SciPy and Numpy over the
> few months, and the scientific python community around these and other
> tools has truly flourished. The Scipy 2006 Conference is an
> excellent opportunity to exchange ideas, learn techniques, contribute
> code and affect the direction of scientific computing with Python.
> Conference details are at http://www.scipy.org/SciPy2006
> Python language author Guido van Rossum (!) has agreed to be the
> speaker at this year's Conference.
> Registration is now open.
> You may register early online for $100.00 at
> http://www.enthought.com/scipy06. Registration includes breakfast and
> lunch Thursday & Friday and a very nice dinner Thursday night. After
> July 14, 2006, registration will cost $150.00.
> Call for Presenters
> If you are interested in presenting at the conference, you may
> submit an
> abstract in Plain Text, PDF or MS Word formats to
> abstracts at scipy.org --
> the deadline for abstract submission is July 7, 2006. Papers and/or
> presentation slides are acceptable and are due by August 4, 2006.
> Tutorial Sessions
> Several people have expressed interest in attending a tutorial
> The Wednesday before the conference might be a good day for this.
> Please email the list if you have particular topics that you are
> interested in. Here's a preliminary list:
> - Migrating from Numeric or Numarray to Numpy
> - 2D Visualization with Python
> - 3D Visualization with Python
> - Introduction to Scientific Computing with Python
> - Building Scientific Simulation Applications
> - Traits/TraitsUI
> Please rate these and add others in a subsequent thread to the
> SciPy-user mailing list. Perhaps we can pick 4-6 top ideas and
> recruit speakers as demand dictates. The authoritative list will
> be tracked here:
> Coding Sprints
> If anyone would like to arrive earlier (Monday and Tuesday the 14th
> 15th of August), we can borrow a room on the CalTech campus to sit and
> code against particular libraries or apps of interest. Please
> your interest in these coding sprints on the SciPy-user mailing
> list as
> well. The authoritative list will be tracked here:
> Mailing list address: scipy-user at scipy.org
> Mailing list archives:
> Mailing list signup: http://www.scipy.net/mailman/listinfo/scipy-user
>  Some stats:
> NumPy has averaged over 16,000 downloads per month Sept. 05 to
> March 06.
> SciPy has averaged over 3,800 downloads per month in Feb. and
> March 06.
> (both scipy and numpy figures do not include the 2000 instances per
> month downloaded as part of the Python Enthought Edition
> for Windows.)
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