PyCon AU 2014 Science & Data miniconf – call for talk proposals is now open

The Science & Data miniconference organisers for PyCon AU 2014 are pleased to announce the call for proposals is now open!

The Science & Data miniconf is a one day conference held on Friday, August 1, 2014 in Brisbane as part of PyCon Australia.

The miniconf is dedicated to talks related to science and data analysis and, as a community conference, we are keen to hear from people in the community who would like to present a paper related to science or data analysis using Python.

We welcome proposals of all kinds, from all kinds of speakers: first-time through to experienced speakers. There will be short (20 – 25 minute) talks as well as longer 45 minute talks and 5 minute lightning talks (which you don’t have to register a proposal for).

Presentation subjects may cover applications of science, engineering, mathematics, finance, and data analysis using Python, including AI and ‘big data’ topics, either academic or commercial. Formats may be either tutorials or case studies.

The deadline for proposals is June 20, 2014.

If you have friends or colleagues who have something valuable to contribute, twist their arms to tell us about it! Please also forward this Call for Proposals to anyone that you feel may be interested.

To submit your talk proposal, please use the Science & Data miniconf CFP submission form.

See you in Brisbane in August!

Graeme Cross & Ed Schofield; PyCon AU Science & Data miniconf convenors

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