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= Sage Days 62: Women in Sage (5) =  = Sage Days 62: Women in Sage 5 = 
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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.  {{attachment:Sagedays62.jpg}} 
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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.  [[http://sagemath.org/Sage]] is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematical community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model. 
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== Projects == 
This 4day workshop will include talks, tutorials, and time spent in small project groups developing Sage code. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the dual goals of enhancing the Sage library, and increasing the number of women in the community of Sage developers. 
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== Photos == 
Online applications '''due May 23rd'''. [[https://docs.google.com/forms/d/113wkQ_s5gWOyNqvMlWYR0p69rOKuSkJ7o6irnsa8Ug/viewform?usp=send_formApply Here.]] Participants will receive lodging and most meals as well as limited funding for travel. 
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* July 28August 2 (tentative), 2014 near Portland, Oregon.  * July 28August 1, 2014 near Portland, Oregon at [[http://www.vacasarentals.com/unit.php?UnitID=11/The Lodge at Welches]] 
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== Speakers ==  == Projects == 
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* '''Li coefficients for Lfunctions''' [[http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~alina/Alina Bucur]] (UC San Diego) [[attachment:Li coefficients for Lfunctions]] * Lola Thompson * Laura Peskin * Karen Kohl * Kate Thompson * '''Solving Sunit Equations in Sage''' Beth Malmskog (Villanova University) [[attachment:Solving SUnit Equations in Sage]] * Christelle Vincent * Alejandra Alvarado * Mckenzie West * '''Computing examples curves that admit QM in Sage''' [[http://people.oregonstate.edu/~swisherh/home/Holly Swisher]] (Oregon State University) [[attachment:Computing QM examples in Sage.pdf]] * Heidi Goodson * Alicia Marino * Anna Haensch 

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Monday  Monday: * Checkin late afternoon * Dinner Tuesday: * Breakfast * 9:009:45 Project Talk, Beth Malmskog * 10:0010:45 Project Talk, Holly Swisher * 11:0011:45 Project Talk, Alina Bucur * Lunch * Afternoon, work in project groups * Dinner * Evening, work in project groups 
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Tuesday  Wednesday: * Breakfast * 9:009:45 Talk on using Git, Anna Haensch * Morning, work in project groups * Lunch * Early afternoon, work in project groups * 3:00 Hike to [[http://www.portlandhikersfieldguide.org/wiki/Mirror_Lake_HikeMirror Lake]] in Mt. Hood National Forest * Dinner * Evening, work in project groups 
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Thursday: * Breakfast * Morning, work in project groups * Lunch * Afternoon, work in project groups * Dinner * Evening, project group presentations and campfire with s'mores! 

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Wednesday  Friday: * Breakfast * Checkout late morning 
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Thursday Friday Saturday 
== Participants == * [[http://www.eiu.edu/math/personnel.php?id=aalvarado2Alejandra Alvarado]] (Eastern Illinois University) * [[http://math.umn.edu/~goods052/Heidi Goodson]] (University of Minnesota) * [[https://www.usm.edu/gulfcoast/sciencetechnology/karenkohlphdKaren Kohl]] (University of Southern Mississippi) * Alicia Marino (Wesleyan University) * Laura Peskin (University of British Columbia) * [[https://sites.google.com/site/katethompsonhomepage/Kate Thompson]] (Davidson College) * [[http://math.stanford.edu/~cvincent/Christelle Vincent]] (Stanford University) * [[http://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~mwest6/Mckenzie West]] (Emory Universtiy) 
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* [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/DownloadAndInstallationGuideInstalling Sage]] * [[http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/Getting a Trac Account]] * [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/development_basicsDevelopment Basics]] 
* [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/DownloadAndInstallationGuideInstalling Sage]] You will want to do the full build with the source code, not the binaries. * [[http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/Getting a Trac Account]] This process can take a few days, start this as soon as possible. * [[http://wiki.sagemath.org/Installing_Editing_SoftwareInstalling Editing Software]] 
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* [[attachment:Patch How To]] * [[attachment:Reviewing Patches How To.rtf]] * [[attachment:Trac Ticket How To.rtf]] == Participants == * Alina Bucur * Sarah Chisholm * Hester Graves * Anna Haensch * Sorina Ionica * Adriana Salerno * Holly Swisher * Bianca Thompson * Stephanie Treneer * Christelle Vincent 
* [[attachment:Intro To Patching With Git]] == Photos! == [[https://womeninsage5.shutterfly.comClick here for photos from Women In Sage 5!]] 
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* Organizers: Jennifer Balakrishnan (Harvard), Aly Deines (UW), Lola Thompson (Dartmouth)  * Organizers: [[http://www.mathcs.duq.edu/~haensch/Anna Haensch]] (MPIM/Duquesne), [[http://www.lolathompson.com/Lola_Thompson/Home.htmlLola Thompson]] (Oberlin) 
Sage Days 62: Women in Sage 5
Sage is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematical community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model.
This 4day workshop will include talks, tutorials, and time spent in small project groups developing Sage code. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the dual goals of enhancing the Sage library, and increasing the number of women in the community of Sage developers.
Online applications due May 23rd. Apply Here. Participants will receive lodging and most meals as well as limited funding for travel.
Dates/Location
July 28August 1, 2014 near Portland, Oregon at The Lodge at Welches
Projects
Li coefficients for Lfunctions Alina Bucur (UC San Diego) Li coefficients for Lfunctions
 Lola Thompson
 Laura Peskin
 Karen Kohl
 Kate Thompson
Solving Sunit Equations in Sage Beth Malmskog (Villanova University) Solving SUnit Equations in Sage
 Christelle Vincent
 Alejandra Alvarado
 Mckenzie West
Computing examples curves that admit QM in Sage Holly Swisher (Oregon State University) Computing QM examples in Sage.pdf
 Heidi Goodson
 Alicia Marino
 Anna Haensch
Schedule
Monday:
 Checkin late afternoon
 Dinner
Tuesday:
 Breakfast
 9:009:45 Project Talk, Beth Malmskog
 10:0010:45 Project Talk, Holly Swisher
 11:0011:45 Project Talk, Alina Bucur
 Lunch
 Afternoon, work in project groups
 Dinner
 Evening, work in project groups
Wednesday:
 Breakfast
 9:009:45 Talk on using Git, Anna Haensch
 Morning, work in project groups
 Lunch
 Early afternoon, work in project groups
3:00 Hike to Mirror Lake in Mt. Hood National Forest
 Dinner
 Evening, work in project groups
Thursday:
 Breakfast
 Morning, work in project groups
 Lunch
 Afternoon, work in project groups
 Dinner
 Evening, project group presentations and campfire with s'mores!
Friday:
 Breakfast
 Checkout late morning
Participants
Alejandra Alvarado (Eastern Illinois University)
Heidi Goodson (University of Minnesota)
Karen Kohl (University of Southern Mississippi)
 Alicia Marino (Wesleyan University)
 Laura Peskin (University of British Columbia)
Kate Thompson (Davidson College)
Christelle Vincent (Stanford University)
Mckenzie West (Emory Universtiy)
Getting Started
Installing Sage You will want to do the full build with the source code, not the binaries.
Getting a Trac Account This process can take a few days, start this as soon as possible.
Photos!
Click here for photos from Women In Sage 5!
Other Info
Organizers: Anna Haensch (MPIM/Duquesne), Lola Thompson (Oberlin)
 Funding: Microsoft Research (via Kristin Lauter) and The Beatrice Yormark Fund for Women in Mathematics