Jun 20 – 21, 2024
Princeton University
US/Eastern timezone

Advanced software is a critical ingredient to scientific research. Training young researchers in the latest tools and techniques is an essential part of developing the skills required for a successful career both in research and in industry.

This two day event plans to discuss:

  1. Columnar analysis and uproot 

  2. Distributed analysis and Dask
  3. Data Visualization techniques and libraries
  4. Coffea columnar analysis framework
  5. The Coffea-Casa analysis facility
  6. Statistical tools 

Basic familiarity with basic shell, Python and Git will be assumed. 

This is an in person event held at Princeton University just after the USCMS annual meeting.

Some travel support will be provided to attendees, supported by IRIS-HEP. See the Application Form for more information.


This event is sponsored by the National Science Foundation through Cooperative Agreements OAC-1836650 and PHY-2323298 (Institute for Research and Innovation in Software (IRIS-HEP)) with support from the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE) and the Princeton University Physics Department. 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.
Princeton University