[pypy-dev] EuroSciPy -- Place to find people who might like to try out the JIT?

Laura Creighton lac at openend.se
Mon Mar 23 10:14:50 CET 2009

just a thought,

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Subject: EuroSciPy 2009, Leipzig, Germany, July 25-26

EuroSciPy 2009

We're pleased to announce the EuroSciPy 2009 Conference to be held in
Leipzig, Germany on July 25-26, 2009.


This is the second conference after the successful conference last
year. Again, EuroSciPy will be a venue for the European community of
users of the Python programming language in science.

Call for Participation
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If you are a scientist using Python for your computational work, we'd
love to have you formally present your results, methods or
experiences. To apply to present a talk at this year's EuroSciPy,
please submit an abstract of your talk as a PDF, MS Word or plain text
file to mmueller at python-academy dot de. The deadline for abstract
submission is April 30, 2009. Papers and/or presentation slides are 
acceptable and are due by June 15, 2009. Presentations will be allotted
30 minutes.

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Registration is open. The registration fee is 100.00 ¤ for early
registrants and will increase to 150.00 ¤ for late registration after 
June 15, 2009. Registration will include breakfast, snacks and lunch
for Saturday and Sunday.

Please register here:

Important Dates
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March 21        Registration opens
April 30        Abstract submission deadline
May 15          Acceptance of presentations
May 30          Announcement of conference program
June 15         Early bird registration deadline
June 15         Paper/slides submission deadline
July 20 - 24    Pre-Conference courses
July 25/26      Conference

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Poetenweg 28
04155 Leipzig

See http://www.euroscipy.org/venue.html for details.

Help Welcome
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You like to help make the EuroSciPy 2009 a success?
Here are some ways you can get involved:

* attend the conference
* submit an abstract for a presentation
* give a lightning talk
* make EuroSciPy known:
     - write about it on your website
     - in your blog
     - talk to friends about it
     - post to local e-mail lists
     - post to related forums
     - spread flyers and posters in your institution
     - make entries in relevant event calendars
     - anything you can think of
* inform potential sponsors about the event
* become a sponsor

If you're interested in volunteering to help organize things
or have some other idea that can help the conference, please
email us at mmueller at python-academy dot de.

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Do you like to sponsor the conference?
There are several options available:


Pre-Conference Courses
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Would you like to learn Python or about some of the most used scientific
libraries in Python? Then the "Python Summer Course" [1] might be for
you. There are two parts to this course:

* a two-day course "Introduction to Python" [2] for people with
   programming experience in other languages and
* a three-day course "Python for Scientists and Engineers" [3] that
   introduces some of the most used Python tools for scientists and
   engineers such as NumPy, PyTables, and matplotlib

Both courses can be booked individually [4]. Of course, you can attend
the courses without registering for EuroSciPy.

[1] http://www.python-academy.com/courses/python_summer_course.html
[2] http://www.python-academy.com/courses/python_course_programmers.html
[3] http://www.python-academy.com/courses/python_course_scientists.html
[4] http://www.python-academy.com/courses/dates.html
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