Long shot but if anyone is in Seattle for the Winter AAS meeting, Peter Williams is looking for someone to represent the yt project at a data visualization special session. See below for more details.
If you can do this and are willing to do so please reply to me and Peter off-list.
---------- Forwarded message --------- From: Peter K. G. Williams firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, Jan 2, 2019 at 12:06 PM Subject: Quick astro-viz demo at AAS on Monday morning? To: Matthew Turk email@example.com, Nathan Goldbaum firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
I'm helping to organize a special session on astronomical data visualization at the Seattle AAS meeting. We've got a nice lineup of speakers, but I realized that (AFAIK) we've failed to reach out to anyone from the yt community to see if they'd like to contribute. So, I know this is very last-minute, but would any of you be interested in showing something fun at AAS on Monday morning? It will be a very informal session, and presentations will be 8+2 minutes — we're interested in pure eye candy, or serious viz-oriented science, or anything in between.
If there's someone linked to yt that I haven't CC'ed who might be interested, please feel free to forward on the invitation!
Thanks, and happy new year,
Dr. Peter K. G. Williams — https://newton.cx/~peter/ Innovation Scientist, Center for Astrophysics and the American Astronomical Society Director of the AAS WorldWide Telescope