Call for Proposals

We look forward to your proposals. Conference aims to promote Python for Scientific Computing and Education. Topics like pedagogy, exploration, modeling or from both applied and developmental perspectives are welcome. Contributions from academia as well as industry are welcome. If you wish to propose a talk at the conference, kindly follow the guidelines given below.

Proposal Guidelines

  • The project you are willing to present should be an actual implementation rather than just an idea.
  • Abstract should be of 300 to 700 words describing the topic, including its relevance to scientific computing.
  • Proposals with an aim to promote a commercial product or service will be rejected.
  • In your abstract mention about various tools/libraries used for development.
  • Notification for selection/rejection of your proposal will be given through email.
  • All selected proposals must be presented at the conference by at least one author.

Important Dates

  • CFP Open: July 5, 2015
  • CFP Close: November 30, 2015
  • Announcement of selected proposals: December 1, 2015

Proposal Submission is closed