We're happy to announce the EuroPython 2021 Call for Proposals (CFP) and are accepting proposals for talks, training sessions, workshops, panels, poster sessions, helpdesks and other interactive sessions at EuroPython 2021.
* EuroPython 2021 Call for Proposals (CFP) *
We will leave the CFP open from today until Sunday, May 9, 23:59:59 CEST.
To submit a proposal, please log in to the site (or create an account first) and then proceed to the CFP page:
We're looking for proposals on all aspects of Python from novice to advanced level, including but not limited to: applications, frameworks, Data Science, internals or topics which you're excited about, your experiences with Python and its ecosystem and creative or artistic things you've done with Python.
EuroPython is a community conference and we're eager to hear about how you use Python in your professional and personal activities.
Feedback has shown that attendees are interested in advanced topics, we would like to encourage more submissions with an advanced level scope for EuroPython 2021. Please also note that we have added back training and workshop submissions. We had to remove those last year due to lack of resources.
Speaker Mentoring Program -------------------------
This year we are running a mentoring program to encourage more first time speakers to submit proposals, as well as provide training on delivering talks effectively. We are also looking for more mentors to help with the program.
Please check the CFP page for details on the mentoring program. https://ep2021.europython.eu/events/call-for-proposals/#Speaker-Mentorship-P...
Quick Summary ------------- EuroPython 2021 will be run online from July 26 - August 1:
- Two workshop/training days (July 26 - 27) - Three conference days (July 28 - 30) - Two sprint days (July 31 - August 1)
The sessions will be scheduled to ensure they are also accessible for those in the Asian and Americas time zones.
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Enjoy, -- EuroPython 2021 Team https://www.europython-society.org/