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[[http://sagemath.org/Sage]] is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematics community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model. This will be a 4day workshop which will include a combination of mathematical talks, tutorials, demonstrations of Sage functionality as well as time spent on Sage development. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the goal of increasing the number of women developers. 

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* Floorplan: [[attachment:floorplan.jpg]] (15 beds) and  * Floorplan: [[attachment:floorplan.jpg]] (15 beds) 
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== Speakers == * Jennifer JohnsonLeung (University of Idaho) * Kristin Lauter (Microsoft Research) * Michelle Manes (University of Hawaii) == How to Apply == * To be considered for this workshop, fill out this [[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHJ0a0pVRGpQRXdsS2FDN2d1YUdkMlE6MQform]] by May 1, 2012. 
Sage Days 42: Women in Sage (3)
Sage is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematics community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model.
This will be a 4day workshop which will include a combination of mathematical talks, tutorials, demonstrations of Sage functionality as well as time spent on Sage development. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the goal of increasing the number of women developers.
Dates/Location
July 1519, 2012 near Seattle, Washington at Wallace Falls Lodge
 Note: checkin at the Lodge is at 3pm on July 15; checkout is 11am on the 19th
Floorplan: floorplan.jpg (15 beds)
Speakers
 Jennifer JohnsonLeung (University of Idaho)
 Kristin Lauter (Microsoft Research)
 Michelle Manes (University of Hawaii)
How to Apply
To be considered for this workshop, fill out this form by May 1, 2012.
Other Info
 Organizers: Jennifer Balakrishnan (Harvard), Aly Deines (UW), Lola Thompson (Dartmouth)
 Funding: Microsoft Research (via Kristin Lauter) and The Beatrice Yormark Fund for Women in Mathematics