PyHC serves as a community knowledge base for performing heliophysics research in Python, aiming to provide a variety of tutorials and resources, a list of useful packages, general discussion, and advice. Twice yearly, PyHC meets in person. These meetings are open to anyone, from individuals already utilizing Python heavily in developing open-source heliophysics packages to those who are just getting into using Python and open source development.
PyHC’s first meeting of 2022 will be held remotely on Zoom. The meeting will run Monday, May 16th, 2022 – Thursday, May 19th, 2022, from 9 AM – 11 AM MT each day. The Zoom sessions will be recorded. We’ll hold some tutorial, hackathon sessions, and project update sessions, as well as a couple other discussions that are relevant to the community. See the full agenda for dates/times of the various sessions. Note that the agenda is subject to change.
The meeting’s web page can be found here. Registration—which is free but required—can be found here. The meeting’s web page also has a link to registration, as well as the Zoom telecon information, links to important documents, etc. If you’d like to join our mailing list to learn more information about the meeting and other upcoming events, please see the PyHC Contact page for instructions. You’ll also find links there for joining our Element and Helionauts chat groups (where we discuss various PyHC issues/topics, as well as discussing other Python-related questions), as well as a link to connect with PyHC on Twitter!
Registration Deadline: EOD, Friday, May 13th, 2022. Note: If you already registered and later decide to change your registration, you should be able to do that directly, but if you experience any difficulties please email Julie Barnum or Shawn Polson.