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    Software Hack Day 2014

    Welcome to the SPIE 2014 Hack Day Wiki!

    Date: Thursday 26 June 2014
    Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    The SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation meeting will host its first SPIE Software Hack Day in 2014. This will be an all-day open event in conjunction with conference 9152, without formal presentations. The goal is to bring creative minds and talented developers together to share ideas, experiment, solve problems, explore or create new data in innovative ways.

    Software is an area where the right combination of ideas and skills can lead to rapid results, so we hope that many budding and experienced developers will join this inaugural event, eat pizza, write code, and make history.

    We've created a page on Github - take a look

    OR

    Send an email to spiehack2014@gmail.com with this information.


     

    Sarah Kendrew, University of Oxford,

    Facilitator
    Sarah Kendrew,
    Astrophysicist
    University of Oxford

    Biography
    Sarah Kendrew is an Astrophysicist at the University of Oxford, where she works on instrumentation projects for the European Extremely Large Telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope, with an interest in star formation studies from the Milky Way Galaxy to high redshifts. She is co-organiser of the .Astronomy conference series, which has hosted astronomy Hack Days annually since 2009.

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