EuroSciPy - Early Registration ends June 20th
mmueller at python-academy.de
Thu Jun 19 23:09:35 CEST 2008
This is a friendly reminder that the Early Registration deadline for
the EuroSciPy Conference is June 20th.
Conference Date and Venue
The EuroSciPy Conference will be held July 26-27, 2008
in Leipzig, Germany.
The direct link to the registration site is here:
The registration fee is 100.00€ for early registrants
and will increase to 150.00€ for late registration
(after June 20).
The schedule of talks is available at:
The keynote speaker this year will be Travis Oliphant, the
primary author of the recent NumPy rewrite.
If you like to extend your trip to Leipzig, you can attend
1.) 2-day course "Introductory to Python for Programmers"
followed by a
2.) 3-day course "Python for Scientists and Engineers"
EuroSciPy is designed to complement the popular SciPy
Conferences which have been held for the last 7 years at
Caltech (the 2008 SciPy Conference in the U.S. will be held
the week of August 19-24). Similarly, the EuroSciPy Conference
provides a unique opportunity to learn and affect what is
happening in the realm of scientific computing with Python.
Attendees will have the opportunity to review the available
tools and how they apply to specific problems.
By providing a forum for developers to share their Python
expertise with the wider commercial, academic, and research
communities, this conference fosters collaboration and
facilitates the sharing of software components, techniques and
a vision for high level language use in scientific computing.
Typical presentations include general python use in the
sciences, as well as NumPy and SciPy usage for general problem
solving. Beyond the excellent talks, there are inter-
session discussions that prove stimulating and helpful.
Registration will include breakfast, snacks and lunch for
Saturday and Sunday.
For those doing scientific computing using Python,
this is a conference you'll not want to miss.
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