Scientific Computing with Python
Austin, Texas • July 6-12, 2015

SciPy 2015 Highlights:

  1. 2 full days of 90 talks + 40 posters on topics specific to Python for science, engineering, and data analysis you won't hear anywhere else.See the full list of talks and posters here.
  2. Meet and talk with over 500 attendees representing diverse backgrounds and industries, gathering to share their Python experience and learn from each other.
  3. Incredible keynote speakers: hear from Wes McKinney, author of Pandas; Chris Wiggins, Chief Data Scientist for The New York Times; and Jake VanderPlas, director of research at the University of Washington's eScience Institute and core contributor to a number of scientific Python libraries including sci-kit learn and AstroML.
  4. Great social events to network and get to know other attendees, including a riverboat cruise on Lady Bird Lake, diversity luncheon, annual reception, and conference kick-off reception.
  5. Attend tutorials from major community contributors. Seats are still available for Software Carpentry, Machine Learning with Sci-Kit Learn (2nd session opened due to massive demand), Manipulating Numerical Data with NumPy, Image Analysis with Sci-Kit Image, Modern Optimization Methods in Python, and more. See tutorial details and the full schedule here.
  6. Participate in coding sprints: Over 200 community members from core developers to Python newcomers will work together to contribute to projects and code during the SciPy sprints. You can make a huge contribution and sharpen your skills at the same time.

SciPy 2014 Talk & Tutorial Videos

See the SciPy 2014 Talk and Tutorial videos, including popular topics such as: Introduction to Julia, Bayesian Statistics, and the Scikit-image library.