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As a Sage Days, the workshop will bear the number 97, but it will by no way be only be about Sage  more of a "GAP + !SageMath + othersoftware days". 
As a Sage Days, the workshop will bear the number 97. It will not be only about Sage though  more of a "GAP + !Sage + othersoftware days". 
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We suggest participants plan to arrive on Sunday, 20180923 and to leave on Saturday, 20180929. 
We suggest participants plan to arrive on Sunday, 20180923 (or before) and leave on Saturday, 20180929 (or after). 
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== Themes, project == A tentative list of projects is at [[days97/projects]]. 
There will be an install party on Sunday night for anyone interested. 
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To be finalised, taking strong inspiration from the schedule for the [[days92"Software tools for mathematics" workshop in Morelia in January 2018]]. 
We will start by two days of Software Carpentry training, covering the [[http://swcarpentry.github.io/shellnovice/Unix shell]], version control with [[http://swcarpentry.github.io/gitnovice/Git]], and programming with [[http://swcarpentry.github.io/pythonnoviceinflammation/Python]], delivered by [[https://softwarecarpentry.org/Software Carpentry]] instructors. 
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We plan two days of [[https://softwarecarpentry.org/Software Carpentry]] training, covering "the Unix shell", "version control with Git", and "programming with GAP", delivered by Software Carpentry instructors. 
The GAP minicourse on Wednesday will be led by [[https://alexkonovalov.github.io/yeararchive/Alexander Konovalov]]. 
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Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, we will focus on mathematical software and databases with lots of talks, tutorials and demos about the various software including but not restricted to !CoCalc, DiscreteZOO, GAP, Jupyter, LaTeX, !SageMath. 
The remaining two days will be dedicated to other mathoriented research tools, such as SageMath and CoCalc ([[slelievreSamuel Lelièvre]]), LaTeX topics for the working mathematician ([[http://osebje.famnit.upr.si/~nino.basic/Nino Bašić]]) and contributed talks. 
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We plan to include a problem session on Thursday afternoon where people can submit math problems whose solution might involve programming, for everyone to think about. 
On Thursday afternoon there will be a problem session to give participants an opportunity to submit math problems whose solution might involve programming. There will also be time for discussion about math tools not covered in the workshop. 
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* [[https://www.fmf.unilj.si/si/imenik/21911/Nino Bašič]] (FMF, U Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia)  * [[http://osebje.famnit.upr.si/~nino.basic/Nino Bašić]] (FAMNIT, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia) 
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* [[http://osebje.famnit.upr.si/~matjaz.krnc/Matjaž Krnc]] (FAMNIT, U Primorksa, Koper, Slovenia; U Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria) * [[slelievreSamuel Lelièvre]] (LMO, Orsay, U ParisSud, France) 
* [[http://osebje.famnit.upr.si/~matjaz.krnc/Matjaž Krnc]] (FAMNIT, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia) * [[slelievreSamuel Lelièvre]] (LMO, Orsay, University of ParisSud, France) 
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* [[http://www.famnit.upr.si/The Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (FAMNIT)]], [[http://www.upr.si/University of Primorska]] * [[http://opendreamkit.org/OpenDreamKit]], the Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project #676541 
* [[http://opendreamkit.org/OpenDreamKit]], the Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project #676541, * [[http://www.famnit.upr.si/The Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (FAMNIT)]], University of Primorska, * [[http://www.iam.upr.si/en/Andrej Marušič Institute (IAM)]], University of Primorska, * [[http://sdams.si/enSlovenian Discrete and Applied Mathematics Society]]. 
Software tools for mathematics • Koper, Slovenia • MonFri 20180924  20180928
A workshop on Software tools for mathematics will be held 2428 September 2018 in Koper, Slovenia.
The workshop will focus on the diversity of the mathematics software ecosystem, and on collaboration between the various systems and communities.
All are invited to participate, regardless of their initial skills in software: be it to start using mathematics software, to become more proficient users, to start developing, to meet other developers... We hope everyone will feel welcome and get the most out of this workshop while helping others get the most of it too.
As a Sage Days, the workshop will bear the number 97. It will not be only about Sage though  more of a "GAP + !Sage + othersoftware days".
Dates and location
The workshop will start on Monday morning, 20180924, and end on Friday evening, 20180928.
We suggest participants plan to arrive on Sunday, 20180923 (or before) and leave on Saturday, 20180929 (or after).
There will be an install party on Sunday night for anyone interested.
Schedule
We will start by two days of Software Carpentry training, covering the Unix shell, version control with Git, and programming with Python, delivered by Software Carpentry instructors.
The GAP minicourse on Wednesday will be led by Alexander Konovalov.
The remaining two days will be dedicated to other mathoriented research tools, such as SageMath and CoCalc (Samuel Lelièvre), LaTeX topics for the working mathematician (Nino Bašić) and contributed talks.
On Thursday afternoon there will be a problem session to give participants an opportunity to submit math problems whose solution might involve programming. There will also be time for discussion about math tools not covered in the workshop.
Participants
The list of participants will be at days97/participants. Stay tuned until we put registration in place.
Contact
Email the organisers for any enquiry about the workshop.
Organisers
Nino Bašić (FAMNIT, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia)
Katja Berčič (CCM, UNAM Morelia, Mexico)
Matjaž Krnc (FAMNIT, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia)
Samuel Lelièvre (LMO, Orsay, University of ParisSud, France)
Support
We acknowledge financial and organisational support from
OpenDreamKit, the Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project #676541,
The Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (FAMNIT), University of Primorska,
Andrej Marušič Institute (IAM), University of Primorska,