Python for Scientific Computing open for registration and collaborators

Our next workshop, Python for Scientific computing, is ready for you! Take part in different ways:

  • If you want to learn, you can register. Like all of our livestream courses, there are diverse ways to attend based on your needs.

  • If you are a small group, attend together! Get a meeting room, or online meeting, and watch together. We will tell you when exercise sessions are, and then you can work together on that.

  • If you are an organization, sponsor attendance locally! Reserve a room, open your own registration form if you want, and host the watching. There will be clear times for in-person work like this - if you contact us, we'll help you however much we can.

Python for Scientific Computing has run in 2020 and 2021, and was designed to be a next step for scientists after basic Python: not too in-depth, but showing a broad, hands-on picture of many useful tools in the Python ecosystem. All material and teaching is open-source before, during, and after the course.

Last year, we had 500 viewers for our peak days. Can we make 1000 or 5000 this year? - the course certainly supports it, and with your help, we can.

If you want to contribute more (or see how we do it), join the CodeRefinery chat and introduce yourself.


CodeRefinery is a project within the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC). NeIC is an organisational unit under NordForsk.


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