PyHEP 2022

  • PyHEP 2022
    2022-09-12EDT8:00:00 ~ 2022-09-16EDT17:00:00
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The PyHEP 2022 workshop will be a virtual workshop taking place on September 12-16, 2022.

Registration is open, as well as abstracts submission, see There are no registration fees nor a limit on the number of participants.

The deadline for abstract submission is 10 August 2022.

The agenda will be composed of tutorials (targeting different levels of experience) and standard talks, which will be based on the accepted abstracts and the topics of interest to the “Python in HEP” community. Upon registration you will have the opportunity to shape the workshop contents and format with your input. Provisionally, the various sessions will take place in the afternoons on the Central Europe time zone, following the information from the last two years on the times that suit most participants across the globe.

We welcome submissions of abstracts for live tutorials and shorter “notebook talks”, both of which are intended to target the strengths of live, online communication. Details on these two different types of talks are provided as instructions on the abstract submission form. We encourage the use of Jupyter notebooks and help on how to set things up will be provided in due time. Jupyter notebook submissions will be made available through Binder for participants to run on their own in real time.

For this year we are discussing the idea of a hackashop (hackathon+workshop) for the last day, to encourage and enhance the engagement and communication between package developers and users. Further news will be provided in due time.

Details can be found on the Indico page or from the PyHEP WG homepage

You are encouraged to also join the PyHEP WG Gitter channel ( and/or the HSF forum (!forum/hsf-forum) to get more information about the workshop and community.

We are directly reachable via Looking forward to your participation!

Organizing Committee
Eduardo Rodrigues - University of Liverpool (Chair)
Graeme A. Stewart - CERN
Jim Pivarski - Princeton University
Matthew Feickert - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nikolai Hartmann - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
Oksana Shadura - University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Event Date
(AI) Artificial Intelligence
(EIC) Electron Ion Collider
Scientific Program
Contact Name
Markus Diefenthaler
(757) 269-6259