Some information about people applying and accepted, and the original announcement.

Registration closed

Registration was closed on Dec. 6th, 2009.

Statistics of applications and participants

Some statistics about applications:

  • 106 people applied
  • 71 PhD students, 12 undergraduate students
  • 16 females, 90 males
  • countries, by nationality, ordered by the number of applications, include Poland, Germany, Italy, Denmark, France, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Norway, Greece, Turkey, Finland, Israel, Singapur, India, Iran, Romania, Russia, United States, Australia, Austria, Belarus, China, Ireland, Luxembourg, Vietnam
  • countries of current affiliation are less numerous, but include Sweden and Japan

Some statistics about participants:

  • we finally accepted 36 candidates (+2 people whom we accepted but who in the end weren't able to come)
  • 6 females, 30 males
  • countries, by affiliation, ordered by the number of participants, include Germany, Poland, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Belgium, Norway, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Japan

See you in Warsaw!

Original message about applications


Applications should be sent before December 6th, 2009 to: No fee is charged but participants should take care of travel, living, and accommodation expenses.
Applications should include full contact information (name, affiliation, email & phone), a short CV and a short statement addressing the following questions:

  • What is your educational background?
  • What experience do you have in programming?
  • Why do you think Advanced Scientific Programming in Python is an appropriate course for your skill profile?

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their profile. Places are limited: early application is recommended.
Notifications of acceptance will be sent by December 14th, 2009.

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