Python for scientists

Python for scientists

PIER Helmholtz Graduate School

A Graduate Education Program of Universität Hamburg in Cooperation with DESY

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Python for scientists

New courses in February, March and April 2017

All workshops are free of charge for registered PhD students of the PIER Helmholtz Graduate School. For course contents and agenda see the materials section of the registration site.

The basic Python courses on 6-8 and 27-29 February 2017 require little or no prior programming knowledge.

If you do have some experince in other programming languages such as C++, Java or Matlab, we recommend you register for the second workshop on advanced Python programming skills on 27-29 March or 24-26 April 2017.

The advanced Python course requires good or advanced experience in other programming languages such as C++, Java or Matlab. Details and registration:

Advanced Python (good or advanced experience in other programming languages)
Date: 27-29 March (course 1), 24-26 April 2017 (course 2), 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Venue: Building 3, DESY, seminar room 3
Sorry, both courses are fully booked.

Basic Python (little or no prior programming knowledge)
Date: 6-8 February (course 1), 27-29 February (course 2) 2017, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Venue: Building 3, DESY, seminar room 3
Sorry, both courses are fully booked.

 


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