- Mark Hayes (University of Cambridge, UK)
- Didrik Pinte (Enthought Europe, UK)
- David Cournapeau (Enthought Europe, UK)
- Nicolas P. Rougier (INRIA, France)
- Tiziano Zito (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
- Francesc Alted (PyTables, Spain)
- Evgeni Burovski (Lancaster University, UK)
- Robert Cimrman (University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic)
- Marianne Corvellec (Plotly, Canada)
- Pierre de Buyl (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Almar Klein (Continuum Analytics, The Netherlands)
- Federico Vaggi (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy)
- Stéfan van der Walt (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
- Nelle Varoquaux (Mines ParisTech, France)
- Pauli Virtanen (Aalto University, Finland)
- Raphael Ritz (Garching Computing Centre, Germany)
- Oxana Sachenkova (SciLifeLab, Sweden)
- euroscipy-org (at) python (dot) org
Code of Conduct
The EuroSciPy conference benefits from a diverse community, which has grown as a friendly, welcoming and dynamic group.
We trust that attendees will behave towards each other in a way that reflects the view widely shared by this community, that diversity and civility are strengths to be celebrated and fostered.
Furthermore, we believe that the conference will be more productive and enjoyable for everyone if a professional atmosphere prevails, meaning that all delegates may expect to
- be treated with courtesy, dignity and respect;
- be free from any form of discrimination, victimisation, harassment or bullying;
- enjoy an environment free from unwelcome behaviour, inappropriate language and unsuitable imagery.
If problems covered by this code of conduct arise, please contact a EuroSciPy organiser directly. Any complaint will remain confidential and will be investigated. The EuroSciPy organisers will do their best to resolve any conflict and preserve the welcoming character of the conference. As a last resort, a participant may be requested to leave the venue of the conference, without reimbursment.
Among the organisers, the following persons are the privileged contacts about this code of conduct. You may contact one of them either directly or via the coordinates below:
- Person 1
- Person 2
- Contact persons and phone numbers will be made available one week before the conference
Furthermore, participants are hereby reminded that they should abide by the laws of the country hosting EuroSciPy, with discrimination and harassment being against the law. Cases of law-breaking actions shall be reported to the police.
This document is based on the PyCon UK Code of Conduct and released under a creative commons license.
The EuroSciPy conference was initiated in Leipzig in 2008 and 2009. In 2010 and 2011 it moved to Paris, then to Brussels in 2012 and 2013, and Cambridge in 2014 & 2015.
Archives of previous conferences are available: