[ANN] SciPy2016: call for proposals

Prabhu Ramachandran prabhu at aero.iitb.ac.in
Sun Mar 6 11:36:09 EST 2016

Dear all,

[Apologies for the poor formatting of the previous announcement]

SciPy 2016, the Fifteenth Annual Conference on Python in Science, takes place in
Austin, TX on July, 11th to 17th. The conference features two days of tutorials
by followed by three days of presentations, and concludes with two days of
developer sprints on projects of interest to attendees.

The topics presented at SciPy are very diverse, with a focus on advanced
software engineering and original uses of Python and its scientific libraries,
either in theoretical or experimental research, from both academia and the
industry. This year we are happy to announce two specialized tracks that run in
parallel to the general conference (Data Science , High Performance Computing)
and 8 mini-symposia (Earth and Space Science, Biology and Medicine, Engineering,
Social Sciences, Special Purpose Databases, Case Studies in Industry, Education,

Submissions for talks and posters are welcome on our website
(http://scipy2016.scipy.org). In your abstract, please provide details on what
Python tools are being employed, and how. The talk and poster submission
deadline is March 25th, 2016, while the tutorial submission deadline is March,
21st, 2016.

Important dates:

Mar 21: Tutorial Proposals Due
Mar 25: Talk and Poster Proposals Due
May 11: Plotting Contest Submissions Due
Apr 22: Tutorials Announced
Apr 22: Financial Aid Submissions Due
May 4: Talk and Posters Announced
May 11: Financial Aid Recipients Notified
May 22: Early Bird Registration Deadline
Jul 11-12: SciPy 2016 Tutorials
Jul 13-15: SciPy 2016 General Conference
Jul 16-17: SciPy 2016 Sprints

We look forward to an exciting conference and hope to see you in Austin in July!

SciPy 2016 Organizers (http://scipy2016.scipy.org/)

Conference Chairs: Aric Hagberg, Prabhu Ramachandran
Tutorial Chairs: Justin Vincent, Ben Root
Program Chair: Serge Rey, Nelle Varoquaux
Proceeding Chairs: Sebastian Benthall, Scott Rostrup

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