30 April - 4 May 2018
Center for Computational Astrophysics, Flatiron Institute, New York
The fourth Python in Astronomy Conference will be held at the Center for Computational Astrophysics at the Flatiron Institute in New York from 30th April - 4th May 2018.
This conference aims to bring a wide variety of people who use, develop or teach people about Python packages in the context of all forms of Astronomy. The conference will include presentations, tutorials, unconference sessions, and sprints. As well as enhancing the community around astronomical uses of Python, the conference aims to improve collaboration and interoperability between Python packages, and share knowledge on Python packages and techniques. It will also provide training and educational materials for users and developers of Python astronomy packages.
Applications are now open at: https://goo.gl/forms/WwV2AbpjFjM91hRv2
The nomination form is no longer available but please do encourage colleagues to apply.
The Center for Computational Astrophysics is a research center committed to developing the research tools needed for modern astronomy. All participants at the conference will be expected to follow the code of conduct.
When they are finalized, the program and talk abstracts for the conference will be available here. There will also be links to the live stream, twitter feed and Google Drive proceedings page containing additional materials.
Livestream and Live Chat
To accommodate remote participation, we will livestream the morning plenary talks and some of the afternoon tutorials.
The link will be posted here on Monday morning (April 30th) once it's set up. The local timezone of the conference is EDT (UTC-4). The videos will then be saved and viewable on YouTube afterwards.
We encourage all participants (including remote participants) to join our chat room via Matrix to allow people who couldn't attend to follow along, and to interact in real-time with other participants! This chat room will also be the most direct way for anyone remotely following along to ask questions during the livestream.
The organising committee consists of: Matt Craig (chair), Azalee Bostroem, Daniela Huppenkothen, Andrew Leonard, Duncan Macleod, Brigitta Sipocz and Erik Tollerud.
To contact the SOC, send an email to python.in.astronomy.soc $AT$ gmail.com.
Python in Astronomy 2018 is generously supported by: