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Please join us for the 22nd annual Scientific Computing with Python Conference - also known as SciPy 2023 - held here in Austin, July 10-16. The conference has a deep tradition in the scientific community, and NumFOCUS was honored to take the reins in organizing it for the first time this year. 

Registrations are now open, with ticket tier prices for academic and student attendees in addition to the standard ticket price. We are pleased to again offer a virtual ticket for the main conference.


SciPy 2023 highlights: 

  • We are excited about this year’s two featured talk tracks - Tending Your Open Source Garden: Maintenance & Community; and Machine Learning, Data Science, & Ethics in AI. In addition, there will be five domain-specific tracks covering: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology & Neuroscience; Earth, Ocean, Geo, and Atmospheric; Social Science and Digital Humanities; Materials and Chemistry; and Astronomy and Physics  


  • Tutorials are always awesome at SciPy, and this year you have the opportunity to choose from 28 tutorials offering in-depth instruction on topics including Deep Learning With PyTorch, Full-Stack Machine Learning for Data Scientists, and Interactive Visualization With Bokeh

  • Keynote talks by Angela Pisco, head of computational biology at Insitro; Michael Droettboom, principal software engineering manager at Microsoft; and Rumman Chowdhury, head of Parity Consulting and the Parity Responsible Innovation Fund and a leader in applied algorithmic ethics


  • Always fun Lightning Talks each day from conference attendees, 52 Posters highlighting how scientific Python tools are advancing science, Birds of a Feather sessions, the annual SciPy Job Fair, and other networking events. 


  • Finally, the conference will conclude with two days of Sprints focused on developing and maintaining open source Python scientific software. 


Make sure you check out the full program to get a better idea of what to expect this year at

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