The annual SciPy Conferences allows participants from academic, commercial, and governmental organizations to:

  • showcase their latest Scientific Python projects,
  • learn from skilled users and developers, and
  • collaborate on code development.

The conferences generally consists of multiple days of tutorials followed by two-three days of presentations, and concludes with 1-2 days developer sprints on projects of interest to the attendees.


SciPyArgentina 2014

Bahia Blanca (Buenos Aires) at Universidad Nacional del Sur, October 20-24, 2014

SciPyIndia 2014

Bombay, India, December 5-7, 2014

SciPy 2015

Austin, TX, July 6-11, 2015

EuroSciPy 2015


Recent News

Early Bird Extension and new Keynote

Thu 15 May 2014 By The SciPy2014 organizers

Early Bird registration has been extended

Early Bird registration has been extended until May 22, or the first 300 registrants, so be sure to register today!

A preliminary schedule, subject to change, has been posted on the website . There are two days of tutorials, three days of talks, and then two days of sprints -- wow! There's certainly something to please everyone, including talks on technology, visualization, and domain science.

New Keynote Speaker!

We're pleased to announce Nick Coghlan as a keynote speaker for the SciPy conference. Nick is a CPython core developer, a Fellow of the Python Software Foundation. He is the author or co-author of several accepted Python Enhancement Proposals, including PEP 343 (which added the with statement and context managers to the language), and PEP 453 (which integrated the "pip" package manager with the CPython installation process). Nick has also accepted a number of PEPs on Guido van Rossum's behalf, and is the current default BDFL-Delegate for packaging related PEPs.

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