T+2 and SciPy 2011

Posted on 2011/03/28 by


Hello All,

Due to scheduling issues this week, we will be recording Episode 6: Cython on Thursday.  Sorry for the delay.  It will be worth the wait; I promise!

Additionally, last week the Call for Submissions to the SciPy 2011 conference went out.  As the conference is hosted by one of our sponsors (Enthought) and more than one of our panelists are involved in the organizational efforts, it is worth plugging here!  Below is a blurb that was first featured on the Python Software Foundation blog.  Hope to see you there!

SciPy 2011: Call for Papers

SciPy 2011, the 10th Python in Science conference, will be held July 11 – 16, 2011, in Austin, TX.

At this conference, novel applications and breakthroughs made in the pursuit of science using Python are presented. The conference is preceded by two days of tutorials, during which community experts provide training on several scientific Python packages.

Potential speakers are invited to take part by submitting a talk abstract at the conference website. Associated papers (optional) are included in the peer-reviewed conference proceedings, to be published online.

This year will also feature two specialized tracks, whose express aim it is to open up SciPy to the broader Python community. The first track is Python in Data Science chaired by Peter Wang, and the second is entitled Python and Core Technologies chaired by Anthony Scopatz.

Important Dates for Authors

  • Friday, April 15: Tutorial proposals due (remember: stipends will be provided for Tutorial instructors)
  • Sunday, April 24: Paper abstracts due
  • Sunday, May 8: Student sponsorship request due
  • Tuesday, May 10: Accepted talks announced
  • Monday, May 16: Student sponsorships announced
  • Monday, May 23: Early Registration ends
  • Sunday, June 20: Papers due
  • Monday-Tuesday, July 11 – 12: Tutorials
  • Wednesday-Thursday, July 13 – July 14: Conference
  • Friday-Saturday, July 15 – July 16: Sprints
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