[BangPypers] [ANN][X-Post] SciPy India conference in Dec. 2009
carl at personnelware.com
Tue Oct 6 17:25:32 CEST 2009
On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 10:03 AM, Anil <cranil89 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I so wanted to attend this too bad... I have my exams... :(
> where will the PyCon vids be put up?
Forgive me if I am being typical... but if you mean these:
there they are.
if you mean videos from scipy.in, I don't know if they are being
recorded. However, if someone will cover my plane ticket and hotel
room, I can handle the rest, including a nice intro "talk foo by bar
brought to you by NiceCo.com"
> Kadambari Devarajan wrote:
>> The first "Scientific Computing with Python" conference in India
>> (http://scipy.in <http://scipy.in/>) will be held from December 12th to
>> 17th, 2009 at the
>> Technopark in Trivandrum, Kerala, India (http://www.technopark.org/).
>> The theme of the conference will be "Scientific Python in Action" with
>> respect to application and teaching. We are pleased to have Travis
>> Oliphant, the creator and lead developer of numpy (http://numpy.scipy.org
>> <http://numpy.scipy.org/>) as the keynote speaker.
>> Here is a rough schedule of the conference:
>> Sat. Dec. 12 (conference)
>> Sun. Dec. 13 (conference)
>> Mon. Dec. 14 (tutorials)
>> Tues. Dec. 15 (tutorials)
>> Wed. Dec. 16 (sprint)
>> Thu. Dec. 17 (sprint)
>> The tutorial sessions will have two tracks, one specifically for teachers
>> and one for the general public.
>> There are no registration fees.
>> Please register at:
>> http://scipy.in <http://scipy.in/>
>> The call for papers will be announced soon.
>> This conference is organized by the FOSSEE project (http://fossee.in
>> <http://fossee.in/>) funded by the Ministry of Human Resources and
>> Development's National
>> Mission on Education (NME) through Information and CommunicationTechnology
>> (ICT) jointly with SPACE-Kerala
>> (http://www.space-kerala.org <http://www.space-kerala.org/>).
>> Kadambari Devarajan.
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