[Pycon-interest] possible talk proposal: fast sparse matrix calculations with Python

Aahz aahz@pythoncraft.com
Thu Nov 28 15:56:07 2002

On Thu, Nov 28, 2002, Roman Geus wrote:
> The thesis describes how to effiently calculate electro-magnetic waves 
> in accelerator cavities using Python. For this purpose two Python 
> packages (one for fast sparse matrix calculations and the other for 
> implementing the finite element method for Maxwell's equations) were 
> developed.
> More information on this project can be found at
> 	http://www.inf.ethz.ch/personal/geus/pyfemax/
> Now, I'd like to know whether PYCON DC 2003 would be the right event for 
> presenting my stuff or whether another conference would be better suited 
> for this "Scientific Computing with Python" related topic.

We don't have a formal policy, but I believe PyCon has no objection to a
paper being presented at multiple conferences.  PyCon is certainly *an*
appropriate venue, though you'd likely want to focus on the Python end
of things rather than the actual subject of your thesis.
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