SciPy 2010 Call for Papers

Submissions closed, see schedule for planned talks

SciPy 2010, the 9th Python in Science conference, will be held from June 28- July 3, 2010 in Austin, TX.

At this conference, novel applications and breakthroughs made in the pursuit of science using Python are presented. Attended by leading figures from both academia and industry, it is an excellent opportunity to experience the cutting edge of scientific software development.

The conference is preceded by two days of paid tutorials, during which community experts provide training on several scientific Python packages.

We invite you to take part by submitting a paper and giving a talk at the conference.

Specialized Tracks

There will be two specialized tracks offered at SciPy2010. These sessions will focus on specific commercial or industrial applications for the scientific Python tool set. They will be run concurrent to the main conference in half-day sessions.

  • Biomedical/bioinformatics

    chaired by Glen Otero, Dell | contact
  • Parallel processing & cloud computing

    co-chaired by Ken Elkabany, PiCloud & Brian Granger, CalPoly | contact

Talk/Paper Submission

We solicit talks and accompanying papers (either formal academic or magazine-style articles) that discuss topics regarding scientific computing using Python, including applications, teaching, development and research. Papers are included in the peer-reviewed conference proceedings, published online.

(submission guidelines)

Important dates for authors:

  • April 11: Talk abstracts due for main conference Submissions closed
  • April 25: Talk abstracts due for specialized tracks Submissions closed
  • April 28: Accepted talks announced for main conference
  • May 4: Accepted talks announced for specialized tracks
  • June 13: Papers due (submission guidelines)
  • August 15: Proceedings published
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