Dear all,

Apologies if you've already seen the SciPy 2013 conference call.

This year's SciPy should be of particular relevance to Python programmers
working with Galaxy. There is a new bioinformatics mini-symposium this year
(chaired by Brad Chapman who contributes to Galaxy, Biopython, etc), but
also a special theme this year on reproducible science which is of course
one of the goals of the Galaxy Project.

I hope some Galaxy people submit abstracts - although the timing of
SciPy 2013 (in Texas USA) just before the Galaxy Community Conference
(in Norway) is unfortunate:



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From: Jonathan Rocher <>
Date: Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 10:17 PM
Subject: [Numpy-discussion] [ANN] SciPy2013: Call for abstracts
To: SciPy Users List <>,, Discussion of Numerical Python

[Apologies for cross-posts]

Dear all,

The annual SciPy Conference (Scientific Computing with Python) allows
participants from academic, commercial, and governmental organizations
to showcase their latest projects, learn from skilled users and
developers, and collaborate on code development. The deadline for
abstract submissions is March 20th, 2013.

Submissions are welcome that address general Scientific Computing with
Python, one of the two special themes for this years conference
(machine learning & reproducible science), or the domain-specific
mini-symposia held during the conference (Meteorology, climatology,
and atmospheric and oceanic science, Astronomy and astrophysics,
Medical imaging, Bio-informatics).

Please submit your abstract at the SciPy 2013 website abstract
submission form. Abstracts will be accepted for posters or
presentations. Optional papers to be published in the conference
proceedings will be requested following abstract submission. This year
the proceedings will be made available prior to the conference to help
attendees navigate the conference.

We look forward to an exciting and interesting set of talks, posters,
and discussions and hope to see you at the conference.

The SciPy 2013 Program Committee Chairs

Matt McCormick, Kitware, Inc.
Katy Huff, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Argonne National Laboratory

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