Get involved

Join us for tutorials, talks and panels, informal community discussions, code sprints, or just hang out with the Jupyter community in the conference chat rooms. Meet new people and old friends, learn cool things people are doing in the poster session, or give a 5-minute lightning talk at JupyterCon 2020!

Register / Tickets

Participate

Online Conference
5-9 October: Tutorials
12-16 October: Conference
11 September: Sprints

Proposals

Talks & Posters

JupyterCon talks are 30 minutes long and share insights about Jupyter and its applications.
JupyterCon posters present a topic and engage community members in individual discussion at the poster session.
More about Talks and Posters

Tutorials

JupyterCon tutorials are 3 hours long and are for beginner, intermediate, or experienced users.
More about Tutorials

Sprints

The JupyterCon 2020 Sprint Day is a day-long event following the conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet active contributors and maintainers of their favorite open source projects, exchange ideas, collaborate in real time, and create lasting connections.
Propose a Sprint

Financial Aid and Diversity Scholarships

NumFOCUS and the JupyterCon team believe that diversity is the strength of our community and essential for success. To help foster this inclusive environment, we are offering scholarships for full conference passes (all talks, tutorials, social events) to create an event that brings together many different perspectives. We want to include participants that represent all ethnicities, sexual orientations, religions, ages, genders, and geographical areas.

How to apply

Please use this form to apply for Diversity and Financial Aid scholarships.

Dates to remember

July 20 July 22 Deadline to submit applications
August 10 Acceptance notifications are sent