SciPy India is the annual gathering of Pythonistas providing opportunities to spread the use of the Python programming language in the Scientific Computing community in India.
It provides a unique opportunity to discuss about the latest trends on Scientific Computing in the industry. You can present your ideas, research work done in this area during the conference. One of the goals of the conference is to combine education, engineering, and science with computing through the medium of Python.
Software Consultant & Trainer
Anand Chitipothu is a passionate programmer with more than 20 years of experience. He has co-authored web.py, a micro web framework in Python, built Open Library at the Internet Archive, created a machine learning platform at Rorodata, trained hundreds of engineers through his deep-dive courses at Pipal Academy. He is an elected fellow of Python Software Foundation and an active member of the Indian Python community.
He currently works at FOSS United, focussing his efforts on building Mon School, a community-driven online platform to learn programming.
A Physics teacher & FOSS Enthusiast (gnovi.in)
Praveen, a Google Summer of Code alumnus (GSoC 2014, 2015 and 2016) is also a mentor for Google Code-In and a proud Fedora volunteer. He is actively involved in the ExpEYES project (http://expeyes.in) and develops e-content for National Repository of Open Educational Resources (NROER). He is also experimenting and exploring the use of Python to actively engage the students and help them visualize the concepts of science and maths for better understanding.
We invite you to submit proposals for talks or workshops to be presented at SciPy 2021. The time duration for talks is 15 or 30 minutes and for workshops is 2 to 3 hours. There will be two parallel tracks for the workshops this year. One track is meant for beginners and the other is for advanced users.
Please find the abstracts to the talks here.
|09:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Learn Blockchain by building one with Python - Mohit Khandelwal|
|11:00 AM - 11:10 AM||Break|
|11:10 AM - 01:10 PM||Introduction to data analysis - Ashok Govindarajan|
|01:10 PM - 02:10 PM||Lunch|
|02:10 PM - 04:10 PM||Building my first Recommender System - Ronakkumar Patel & Priyank Thakkar|
|09:20 AM - 09:30 AM||Opening Remarks|
|09:30 AM - 10:30 AM||Keynote: What made Python successful? - Anand Chitipothu|
|10:30 AM - 10:40 AM||Break|
|10:40 AM - 11:10 AM||The DeepChem Project - Arun Thiagarajan|
|11:10 AM - 11:30 AM||Design and Implementation of a Python-based Dashboard to Assist Athletes in Analysing and Enhancing Their Performances - Harsh Shroff & Om Makwana|
|11:30 AM - 11:50 PM||Analysis of Hindlish Data - Rashmi Kadam & Sneha Patil|
|11:50 AM - 11:55 AM||Break|
|11:55 AM - 12:15 PM||Security considerations in Python Packaging - Gajendra Deshpande|
|12:15 PM - 12:45 PM||Venturial – A Python-based OpenFOAM GUI for CFD Simulations on Blender - Rajdeep Adak & Kartik Kumar Thakur|
|12:45 PM - 01:45 PM||Lunch|
|01:45 PM - 02:30 PM||Invited Talk: "Bridging the Gap" - Enriching Science and Maths Classroom Experiences with Python - Praveen Patil|
|02:30 PM - 02:50 PM||Analysis of various climate change parameters in India using machine learning - Rutvij Wamanse & Tushuli Patil|
|02:50 PM - 03:10 PM||Epidpy: A Python Package for Modelling and Forcasting Epidemic - Souvik Manik & Sabyasachi Pal|
|03:10 PM - 03:15 PM||Break|
|03:15 PM - 03:35 PM||Remote access and control of Lab equipment for science education - Jithin BP|
|03:35 PM - 04:05 PM||Inferring Traffic Congestion Events from the Delhi Traffic Police Twitter Feed - Saif Ali & Mohd. Itqan Ullah|
|04:05 PM - 04:15 PM||Break|
|04:15 PM - 04:45 PM||Variational Quantum Algorithms: An introduction and applications in Quantum Chemistry using Python - Harshdeep Singh|
|04:45 PM - 05:15 PM||Lightning Talks|
|05:15 PM - 05:20 PM||Closing|
We appreciate your participation in SciPy 2021. We want you to have an enjoyable and enriching experience in the conference. For this all the attendees are required to conform to the following Code of Conduct. Organisers will ensure that it is enforced throughout the event.
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The Annual SciPy India conference is organised by the team members of FOSSEE project which is part of the National Mission on Education through ICT with the thrust area being Adaptation and deployment of open source simulation packages equivalent to proprietary software, funded by Ministry of Education(MoE), based at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
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