Sage Days 25 Schedule
Day 1  Monday 9th August, 2010: Introduction and Overview
08:30  09:00 
Registration + providing laptops 

09:00  09:30 
How to connect to local Sage server, creating account etc. 

09:30  10:00 
Refreshments 

10:00  11:00 
Introduction to Sage, History, Goals, and a Demo ( Sage Worksheet of demo and streaming video and nonstreaming video) 
William Stein, Univ of Washington (remotely) 
11:00  12:00 
Using the Sage notebook effectively (Basic Algebra, Basic Calculus, Basic Plotting) 
Prabhu Ramachandran, IITB 
12:00  14:00 
Lunch + Rest time 

14:00  15:00 
Calculus with Sage 
Amit, FOSSEE 
15:00  16:00 
Linear algebra with Sage 
Puneet, FOSSEE 
16:00  16:30 
Tea Break 

16:30  20:00 
Sprints 
Day 2  Tuesday 10th August, 2010: Cryptography
09:30  10:00 
Refreshments 

10:00  11:00 
Encounters with Sage: Examples from my research 
Kiran Kedlaya, MIT 
11:00  12:00 
Number Theory & it's applications in cryptography 
P. Vanchinathan, CMI 
12:00  14:00 
Lunch + Rest time 

14:00  15:00 
Cryptography in Sage 
Sourav Sen Gupta, ISI 
15:00  16:00 
Exploratory research with Sage in Graphs and Matrices 
S. Sivaramakrishnan, IITB 
16:00  16:30 
Tea Break 

16:30  20:00 
Sprints 
Day 3  Wednesday 11th August, 2010: Miscellaneous
09:30  10:00 
Refreshments 

10:00  11:00 
Basic Python programming 
Anoop Jacob Thomas, FOSSEE 
11:00  12:00 
More Python programming (Functions, modules, objects) 
Madhusudan, FOSSEE 
12:00  14:00 
Lunch + Rest time 

14:00  15:00 
Numpy & Scipy 
Nishanth. A, FOSSEE 
15:00  15:30 
Contributing to Sage (ReST) 
Puneeth, FOSSEE 
15:30  16:00 
Contributing to Sage (Mercurial) 
Madhusudan, FOSSEE 
16:00  16:30 
Tea Break 

16:30  17:00 
Contributing to Sage (Advanced/Sage specific topics), streaming video, direct link to video 
William Stein, UW (recorded talk) 
17:00  20:00 
Sprints 
Day 4  Thursday 12th August, 2010: Miscellaneous
09:30  10:00 
Refreshments 

10:00  11:00 
Numpy/Scipy 
Nishanth. A, FOSSEE 
11:00  12:00 
Sage (PARI) for Number Theory 
P. Vanchinathan, CMI 
12:00  14:00 
Lunch + Rest time 

14:00  15:00 
Sage (GAP) for Groups & Representation 
P. Vanchinathan, CMI 
15:00  15:15 
Arbitary precision & plotting used in Indian Astronomy 
Venketeswara Pai R. 
15:15  15:50 
Combinatorics and Graph Theory (sage worksheet), Streaming Video, Direct Video Link 
William Stein, UW (recorded talk) 
15:50  16:00 
Sage as a replacement for commercial tools 
Prabhu Ramachandran, IITB 
16:00  16:30 
Tea Break 

16:30  20:00 
Sprints 