Sage days 94 -- Sage development days

The Sage days 94 will take place in Zaragoza (Spain), from June 28th to July 4th, 2018, as a satellite activity of the meeting of the Spanish computer algebra network.

It will be a series of short courses on subjects related to Sage development. It is mostly oriented to young researchers that want to make the step from writing some code for their own use, to contributing that code to the Sage codebase.

Subjects to cover (provisional)

Besides mini-courses on those subjects, there might be some space for short talks contributed by the participants (they can be quite informal). Please contact the organizers if you are interested in giving such a talk.

For the moment, the proposed talks include

This Sage Days will be a satellite activity of the XVI EACA encounter.

Speakers (provisional)

Program (tentative)

Thursday 28th:

Friday 29th:

Saturday 30th:

Sunday 1st:

Monday 2nd:

Tuesday 3th:

Wednsday 4th:




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Instructions for participants

Since this workshop is focusing in Sage development, it would be better if the participants come with their own laptop, including a Sage install that is well suited for development (don't worry if you can't manage to do so, we can dedicate the first activities of the workshop to help you with that, but it would save time if you do that in advance). Also, please ask in advance for an account in the trac server.


We have reserved several appartments in Apartamentos Los Sitios. They are located in the city centre. The reception is open until 22:30.


Talks will take place in the main campus of the Universidad de Zaragoza, in the mathematics building. It is about 25 minutes by walk from the appartments (maybe 15 minutes by public transportation).

You can see the train station, the appartments and the event location in this map

Financial support

The school will be partially funded by the OpenDreamKit project. The LaBRI (University of Bordeaux) and the CNRS co-organize the project via the OpenDreamKit Project. We expect to be able to cover the travel and lodging expenses of the participants and speakers.


If you are interested in participating, or have any questions, please send an email to mmarco <at> unizar <dot> es

days94 (last edited 2018-06-22 11:01:03 by mmarco)