Mini-Symposium on Scientific Simulation in Python
I am organizing a mini-symposium at the March 27-31 S.I.A.M. Dynamical Systems meeting (Snowbird) on the subject of use of Python for steering scientific simulations and for exploration of nonlinear dynamical systems. I will present an overview of the experience at our NSF-ITR center on use of Python in climate modelling, and have lined up additional speakers who are in the trenches on Python and simulation.
I have slots available for up to four additional speakers, and am interested in hearing from others who are using Python in scientific simulations. If you think you might be interested, please send email describing your python-related work to me at email@example.com. The abstract deadline is Nov. 26, so time is of the essence.
For information on the U. of Chicago Python ITR, see geosci.uchicago.edu/~rtp1/itr
Raymond T. Pierrehumbert Professor in Geophysical Sciences The University of Chicago