HSF-India HEP Software Workshop at the University of Delhi

University of Delhi

University of Delhi

Arun Kumar (University of Delhi (IN)), Ashok Kumar (University of Delhi (IN)), Ashutosh Bhardwaj (University of Delhi (IN)), Brajesh Choudhary (University of Delhi (IN)), David Lange (Princeton University (US)), Kirti Ranjan (University of Delhi (IN)), Mohammad Naimuddin (University of Delhi (IN)), Peter Elmer (Princeton University (US)), Rafael Coelho Lopes De Sa (University of Massachusetts (US)), Verena Ingrid Martinez Outschoorn (University of Massachusetts (US))


Our workshop is now complete. Thanks to everyone for participating. Presentation materials and links to exercises will remain available on the agenda. A GitHub organization with this material is also available at https://github.com/hsf-india-may2024. For those with access to the binderhub, instructions for images are found in the close out slides (https://indico.cern.ch/event/1386725/contributions/5854481/).

People are the key to successful software. The HSF-India project aims to promote the development of international research software collaborations. This is the third in a series of training workshops for software and data analysis skills essential for doing research software in physics. Our curriculum builds upon the successful series of training workshops. 

This workshop covered

  • Scientific Python
  • Parallel programming and GPUs
  • Basics of machine learning
  • Simulation techniques in HEP


This event is organized primarily for PhD students and masters students from the surrounding region. However, anyone is welcome to attend.

Registration is open, however priority registration is now closed. There is a nominal 2000 INR fee to participate, which will be collected after registrations have been accepted. A limited number of scholarships are available. Contact the organizers for more information in case support is necesary for you to attend.

In the case that we can not accept all applications, preference will be given to PhD students from the surrounding region who are engaged in programs for high-energy physics, nuclear physics, astroparticle physics and data science pursuits. 

Learn more about the HSF-India project at http://research-software-collaborations.org

Please note that the workshop dates have changed to be Monday to Friday May 20-24 and will no longer include May 25 (instead, there will be sessions on May 23)