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Guidelines for a Proposal

  • Maximum of two authors are accepted for a proposal. Kindly make sure that the details are filled in correctly as these will reflect in the certificate.
  • The project you are willing to present should be an actual implementation rather than just an idea.
  • Submissions need not necessarily be about an implementation, they could also be about experiences and usage of Python and Python-based tools and libraries for research or teaching.
  • Abstract should be of 300 to 700 words describing the topic, including its relevance to scientific computing or the use of Python in education.
  • Proposals with an aim to promote a commercial product or service will be rejected.
  • In your abstract mention the 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.

Guidelines for a Workshop

  • There are two parallel tracks, one for beginners and one for advanced users.
  • The workshops should be hands-on with plenty of exercises for the users.
  • It is advisable to pick particular problem(s) and orient your workshop around how to solve those using the package you plan to talk about.
  • Provide us with links to any resources you have already prepared for the workshop.