EuroScipy is finally open for registration

Registration for EuroScipy is finally open

To register, go to the website, create an account, and you will see a ‘register
to the conference’
button on the left. Follow it to a page which
presents a ’shoping cart’. Simply submitting this information
registers you to the conference, and on the left of the website, the
button will now display ‘You are registered for the conference’.

The registration fee is 50 euros for the conference, and 50 euros
for the tutorial. Right now there is no payment system: you will be
contacted later (in a week) with instructions for paying.

We apologize for such a late set up. We do realize this has come as
an inconvenience to people.

Do not wait to register: the number of people we can host is

An exciting program

Tutorials: from beginners to experts

We have two tutorial tracks:

  • Introductory
    : to get you to speed on scientific programming with
  • Advanced
    : experts sharing their knowledge on specific
    techniques and libraries.
    We are very fortunate to have a top notch set of presenters.

Scientific track: doing new science in Python

Although the abstract submission is not yet over, We can say that we
are going to have a rich set of talks, looking at the current
submissions. In addition to the contributed talks, we have:

  • Keynote speakers: Hans Petter Langtangen
    and Konrard Hinsen, two major player of scientific computing in Python.
  • Lightning talks: one hour will be open for
    people to come up and present in a flash an interesting project.

Publishing papers

We are talking with the editors of a major scientific computing
journal, and the odds are quite high that we will be able to publish a
special issue on scientific computing in Python based on the
proceedings of the conference. The papers will undergo peer-review
independently from the conference, to ensure high quality of the final

Call for papers

Abstract submission is still open, though not for long. We are
soliciting contributions on scientific libraries and tools developed
with Python and on scientific or engineering achievements using Python.
These include applications, teaching, future development directions,
and current research. See the call for papers.

We are very much looking forward to passionate discussions about
Python in science in Paris

Nicolas Chauvat and Gaël