Call for Papers
We look forward to your submissions on the use of Python for Scientific Computing and Education. This includes pedagogy, exploration, modeling and analysis from both applied and developmental perspectives. We welcome contributions from academia as well as industry.
Submission of Papers
If you wish to present your paper using this platform, please submit an abstract of 300 to 700 words describing the topic, including its relevance to scientific computing. Based on the number and quality of the submissions, the conference organizers will allot 10 - 30 minutes for each accepted talk.
In addition to these talks, there will be an open session of lightning talks, during which any attendee who wishes to talk on a pertinent topic is invited to do a presentation not exceeding five minutes in duration.
If you wish to present a talk at the conference, please follow the guidelines below.
- Submit your proposals at email@example.com
- Submissions whose main purpose is to promote a commercial product or service will be refused.
- All accepted proposals must be presented at the SciPy conference by at least one author.
- Call for proposals start: 27th September 2012
- Call for proposals end: 1st December 2012
- List of accepted proposals will be published: 5th December 2012
- Submission of first presentation: 15th December 2012
- Submission of final presentation(with final changes): 25th December 2012