The first "Scientific Computing with Python" conference in India (
http://scipy.in) will be held from December 12th to 17th, 2009 at the
Technopark in Trivandrum, Kerala, India (http://www.technopark.org/).
The theme of the conference will be "Scientific Python in Action" with
respect to application and teaching. We are pleased to have Travis
Oliphant, the creator and lead developer of numpy (http://numpy.scipy.org)
as the keynote speaker.
Here is a rough schedule of the conference:
Sat. Dec. 12 (conference)
Sun. Dec. 13 (conference)
Mon. Dec. 14 (tutorials)
Tues. Dec. 15 (tutorials)
Wed. Dec. 16 (sprint)
Thu. Dec. 17 (sprint)
The tutorial sessions will have two tracks, one specifically for teachers
and one for the general public.
There are no registration fees.
Please register at:
The call for papers will be announced soon.
This conference is organized by the FOSSEE project (http://fossee.in) funded
by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development's National
Mission on Education (NME) through Information and CommunicationTechnology
(ICT) jointly with SPACE-Kerala
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