EuroPython 2016: Hot Topics Call for Proposals is Open !

M.-A. Lemburg mal at europython.eu
Sun Jun 5 06:58:41 EDT 2016


We are happy to announce that we’ve opened our second Call for
Proposals. This call is limited to hot topics and most recent
developments in software and technology and will run until June 12.


		   *** Proposal Submission Page ***

       https://ep2016.europython.eu/en/speakers/hot-topics-cfp/


Why is there a second call ?
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Planning a big conference is a challenge: On one hand people like to
know what will be on our talk schedule to make up their mind and make
travel arrangements early. On the other hand technology is progressing
at enormous speed these days.

So we have given this some thought and decided to split the Call for
Proposals in two phases, with the second just weeks before the
conference.


Submit your hot topic talk
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This CFP is reserved for:

 * hot topics
 * emerging technologies
 * brand new developments in software & hardware
 * recent results in research and science

Some suggestions for topics:

 * Exciting new hardware & Internet of Things
 * Robotics
 * Virtual Reality
 * AI & Deep Learning

The second call will be open for nine days only:

	Saturday June 4th 0:00 to Sunday June 12th 24:00 CEST.

The program work group will then select the most exciting and
intriguing submissions and will notify the winners on short notice.


Submit your poster or run a help desk
-------------------------------------

Since we still have a few slots left, we are also looking for more
posters and help desks - these are not limited to hot topics.


Get a ticket discount
---------------------

For talks, posters, help desks we will give out a 25% discount coupon
valid for one conference ticket.


With gravitational regards,
--
EuroPython 2016 Team
http://ep2016.europython.eu/
http://www.europython-society.org/


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Thanks.


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