Sat 12 April 2014
By The SciPy2014 organizers
April 1 - Final Submission Deadline!
The final deadline for submitting talks, tutorials, posters, and application for sponsorship deadline is April 1, 2014! This is the last warning that the submissions will be closed so please mark your calendars now. As always, please take a look at a few talks (http://conference.scipy.org/past.html) from previous years, our guidelines for this year (https://conference.scipy.org/scipy2014/participate/presentations/) , and we look forward to reviewing your submissions.
Submit your abstracts today (https://conference.scipy.org/scipy2014/) !
We particularly encourage introductory-level tutorial submissions. This is a great opportunity to help inform a new group of Python users on the basics they need to start solving problems with SciPy.
SciPy 2014 Diversity Funding Announcement
The thirteenth annual Scientific Python conference, SciPy 2014, will be held in July in Austin, TX. The SciPy community knows that the more people who are involved in scientific problem-solving, the better off we all will be because the diversity of perspectives leads to a diversity of solutions. Therefore, in an effort to increase the diversity, as well as the pool of people who are able to attend the conference, there are now an additional 5 funding opportunities available, thanks to generous support from NumFOCUS. To apply for this funding, supply the information indicated on the financial aid application site.
We also encourage those interested in Diversity in Scientific Computing (DISC) to consider registering for the DISC luncheon. Registration for the lunch will be available during registration for the conference.
The SciPy 2014 Diversity Committee Patricia Francis-Lyon Katy Huff Leah Silen Kristen Thyng