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 Date Title Author Venue Slides Worksheet Sources Intended Audience Comments License 2019-07-08 Introduction to SageMath Tomer Bauer FPSAC 2019 The notebook is a RISE slideshow Introduction for combinatorics CC-BY-SA 2019-06-18 Introduction to SageMath Tomer Bauer Sage-GAP Days 101 The notebook is a RISE slideshow Introduction CC-BY-SA 2017-04-18 Introduction to SageMath Sébastien Labbé Sage Days 86 Introduction CC-BY-SA 2012-11-22 Introduction to SageMath Sébastien Labbé Sage Paris meeting Introduction CC-BY-SA 2012-05-07 Introduction to SageMath Sébastien Labbé Sage Days 38 Introduction CC-BY-SA 2011-02-12 Spicing Up Your Research in Combinatorics with Sage Rob Beezer Coast Combinatorics Conference, U Victoria, Canada combinatorialists CC-BY-SA 2011-01-19 How to contribute to Sage in 22 easy steps Sébastien Labbé Sage Days 28, Orsay, France mathematicians 2010-12-08 Toric Geometry in Sage and String/F-theory Applications Volker Braun LMU Munich String theorists 2010-09-13 The Sage mathematics software system Carl Witty ICMS 2010, Kobe University developers of mathematical software 2010-07-15 Introducción a Sage (español) Pablo Angulo Jornada sage/Python, UCM mathematicians videos of the whole event will be available soon 2009-11-19 Exact linear algebra tools for computer assisted proofs Clément Pernet LIG, INRIA - Grenoble Université, Dagstuhl Seminar 2009-08 Graph Theory using Sage Chris Godsil Seattle, USA 2009-04-09 Sage: free software for mathematics education and research Dan Drake Sungkyunkwan University math department colloquium Slides, worksheets, and sources at DanDrake/SKKUTalk general mathematical audience CC BY-SA 2009-01-31 Python-Based Open Source Mathematical Software William Stein Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, USA A 30-minute talk delivered during the Northwest Python Day. 2009-01-19 Sage: An Open-Source Mathematics Software Paul Zimmermann École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France Invited talk at the 2nd public workshop of the SCIEnce Project 2008-11-06 Open Source Mathematics: Sage Martin Albrecht ISG PhD Seminar, RHUL crypto PhD students in a well funded department 2008-09-20 Free and Open Source Software in Science Education Minh Van Nguyen The [email protected], Melbourne, Australia general audience, non-specialists a 3-minute "lightning talk" during Software Freedom Day 2008 2008-01-09 Sage Introduction Harald Schilly University of Vienna ask mathematicans just a general introduction, what is sage, examples, some code, classes of mathematical objects, benchmarks, ... CC-BY 2007-11-14 Sage for Number Theorists William Stein 2007-11-10 Sage for Mathematical and Cryptographic Research William Stein, Martin Albrecht 2007-08-17 William Stein 2007-05-21 Kiran Kedlaya 2007-05-18 William Stein 2007-05-04 Martin Albrecht 2007-02-17 William Stein 2007-02-12 William Stein 2007-02-07 William Stein 2007-01-29 William Stein 2007-01-26 PALP in Sage Andrey Novoseltsev 2007-01-19 William Stein 2007-01-15 William Stein 2007-01-11 William Stein 2007-01-05 William Stein 2006-12-04 SAGE: Software for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation William Stein 2006-12-01 William Stein 2006-11-17 Alex Clemesha 2006-08-17 William Stein 2006-04-29 William Stein 2006-08-14 William Stein 2006-05-04 William Stein 2006-02-23 Brian Granger 2006-02-22 Justin Walker 2006-02-04 SAGE? William Stein 2005-09-15 William Stein 2005-08-03 William Stein 2005-03-23 William Stein 2004-11-11 A User's Perspective on Pyrex William Stein

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