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Python and Performance Lunch 'n Learn

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm

Physical Sciences Building, 401
245 East Avenue

Even though Python is an interpreted programming language, it is widely used in numerically intensive applications, due to the availability of numerous tools, techniques, and libraries that support efficient computations and integration with compiled code. In this talk, we will examine several of these elements of the Python ecosystem, enabling you to mix the high-level expressiveness of the Python language with the computational performance needed for scientific research.

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Event Type

Presentation

Departments

CAC: Cornell Center for Advanced Computing

Tags

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Cost

Free

Contact E-Mail

paul.redfern@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Paul Redfern

Contact Phone

607-227-1865

Speaker

Chris Myers, Senior Research Associate and Adjunct Physics Professor

Speaker Affiliation

Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC)

Dept. Web Site

https://www.cac.cornell.edu/

Open To

Cornell students, faculty & staff (no registration required). Lunch provided at 12:15 pm (first come/first served).

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