This community building and training conference aims to bring together users and developers of (open source) (pure) mathematics software, including GAP, Linbox, MPIR, Pari/GP, SageMath, or Singular. Following a long trend of highly productive workshops within the various communities (e.g. the Sage-Days series), this conference will consist of keynote talks and hands on tutorials with a focus on experimental research and computational and development best practices; and plenty of free time for interactions and collaborative work.
This conference is organized by the H2020 European project OpenDreamKit, of which it will be the main public closing event.
- Marie-Françoise Roy (Université de Rennes 1) A historical perspective on contributions of researchers and teachers to (open source) mathematical software
- Max Horn (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen) Collaborative software development in a large system (GAP)
- Fernando Perez (Berkeley Institute for Data Science, California) Scientific computing, user interfaces, and community building
- Anne Schilling (UC Davis California) Impact of computer assisted experimentation in combinatorics
- Joris Van Der Hoeven (Ecole Polytechnique) General purpose mathematical software design