Jul 25 – 28, 2023
Princeton University
America/New_York timezone

PyHEP.dev is an in-person, informal workshop for developers of Python software in HEP to plan a coherent roadmap and make priorities for the upcoming year. It complements the PyHEP Online workshop, which is intended for both developers and physicists.

Both PyHEP workshops are supported by the HEP Software Foundation (HSF). Further information is on the PyHEP Working Group website.

The agenda will consist of morning kick-off talks and afternoon discussions, in which the discussion groups and topics are self-assigned. Pre-workshop organization is happening here, via GitHub Issues.

You are encouraged to register to the PyHEP WG Gitter channel and/or to the HSF forum to receive further information concerning the organisation of the workshop. Workshop updates and information will also be shared on the workshop Twitter in addition to email. Follow the workshop at @PyHEPConf.

Organising Committee

Eduardo Rodrigues - University of Liverpool (Chair)                            
Graeme A. Stewart - CERN                            
Jim Pivarski - Princeton University                            
Matthew Feickert - University of Wisconsin-Madison                            
Oksana Shadura - University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Local Administrative Support

Andrea Rubinstein - Princeton University                            
Maureen Carothers - Princeton University                            
Floe Fusin-Wischusen - Princeton University                            

This event is sponsored by the National Science Foundation grant OAC-2103945 (Awkward Arrays) and Cooperative Agreement OAC-1836650 (Institute for Research and Innovation in Software (IRIS-HEP)) with support from the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE). Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the developers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation..


This event is also kindly sponsored by the Python Software Foundation.


Princeton University
PCTS, Princeton Center for Theoretical Science, fourth floor of Jadwin Hall