Scientific Computing with Python
Austin, Texas • July 11-17, 2016

SciPy 2016 Registration

Registration Rates

  Tutorial Sessions
Mon July 11 - Tues July 12, 2016

General Conference
Wed July 13 - Fri July 15, 2016

Early Bird
(before 5/22/16)
(5/23/16 - 7/8/16)
Early Bird
(before 5/22/16)
(5/23/16 - 7/8/16)
$500 $550 Standard
$450 $500
Academic $400 $450 Academic $350 $400
Student $275 $325 Student $225 $275

Note: Hotel rooms at the reduced conference rate of $145/night at the AT&T Conference Center are filling quickly, so be sure to make your arrangements as soon as possible. 

See our registration FAQ below or contact Jill Cowan at or (512) 536-1057.

Registration FAQs

Is financial aid or a reduced rate available?
In addition to discounted student and academic rates, SciPy offers financial scholarships to a select number of attendees, with selection based on both merit and need. We are very grateful to our sponsors for helping to provide this financial aid. The deadline for the financial aid application is April 22, 2016.

What is the refund policy?
100% refund until Wednesday, June 15th. Effective Thursday, June 16th we provide 50% and after Thursday, June 30th there are no refunds. However, you may transfer your registration to another individual by notifying

When will I select which tutorial I want to attend?
Individual tutorial sessions will be announced in late April. At that time, you will receive an email to log into your registration and make your selections. Our most popular tutorials do sell out and you will need to register in advance for your individual sessions. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jill Cowan at

What is the Software Carpentry tutorial?
This is a beginner level session for those new to Python. Attendees in the session will remain in the Software Carpentry "track" for both blocks on Monday, July 11th. You will select two other tutorial options for Tuesday, July 12th. Software Carpentry is a volunteer organization whose goal is to make scientists more productive, and their work more reliable, by teaching them basic computing skills. Founded in 1998, it runs short, intensive workshops that cover program design, version control, testing, and task automation.