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Gammapy Coding Sprint, February 2019, Paris

group photo Missing: Catherine & Julien

  • Start: Monday, February 25, 2019 at 2 pm
  • End: Friday, March 1, 2019 at noon
  • Location: Paris, France. Observatoire de Paris, salle du Levant.
  • Contacts: Régis Terrier, Axel Donath

This meeting is a "coding sprint" for people who commit to develop Gammapy (http://gammapy.org/). The objective is to distribute tasks defined in several PIGS and implement new features in Gammapy. This is not a workshop how to use Gammapy. We will also not do any tutorials how to hack on Gammapy, i.e. teach git, Github, Python, pytest and Sphinx. Instead we will pair experienced and new people and learn hands-on. If you want to prepare a bit, have a look at gammapy-dev-tutorial and learn a bit on your own before the coding sprint. Join the Gammapy Slack and feel free to ask anything there.

The meeting is supported by the Action Fédératrice CTA of the Observatoire de Paris. Observatoire de Paris logo

Travel and hotel

How to reach Observatoire de Paris

Location of the meeting

The meeting will take place in the observatoire de Paris, salle du Levant.

Entrance is at Avenue Denfert Rochereau, 77. The salle du Levant is in the northern part of the historical building. Two possible paths are indicated on the following plan.

Agenda

Monday

Remote connection will be possible with eZuce (connection detail are here).

Time Program
14.00 - 15.30 Presentations 1
15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break
16.00 - 18.00 Presentations 2 / Coding / Discussion Session

Presentations (Gammapy Code Status and Plans for the Week):

  • Regis Terrier: Welcome and general infos (5 min.)
  • Fabio Pintore: Event sampling (Remote, 15 min.) [slides]
  • Luca Giunti: Spatial models (10 min.) [slides]
  • Atreyee Sinha: Maps / IRFMapMaker / MapDataset (15 min.) [slides]
  • Judit Pérez Romero / José Enrique Ruiz: Extension for dark matter module (15 min.) [slides]
  • Monica Seglar Arroyo: Finding gamma transients in simulated GW follow-ups with Gammapy (15 min.) [slides]
  • Axel Donath: Gammapy Roadmap / Project suggestions for the coding sprint (10 min.) [slides]
  • Discussion time (60 min.)

Tuesday to Friday

Time Program
9.00 - 12.30 Coding Session
12.30 - 14.00 Coding Lunch
14.00 - 18.00 Coding Session

Registered Participants

  1. Régis Terrier, APC, IN2P3/CNRS, France (registerrier)
  2. Axel Donath, MPIK Heidelberg, Germany (adonath)
  3. José Enrique Ruiz, IAA-CSIC Granada, Spain (bultako)
  4. Jouvin Léa,IFAE, Barcelona, Spain (JouvinLea)
  5. Atreyee Sinha, APC, IN2P3/CNRS, France (AtreyeeS)
  6. Fabio Acero, DAp, CEA-Saclay, France (facero)
  7. Judit Pérez-Romero, IFT UAM-CSIC, Madrid, Spain (peroju)
  8. Monica Seglar-Arroyo, CEA-Saclay, France (mseglar)
  9. Luca Giunti, APC & DAp, IN2P3/CNRS & CEA_Saclay, France (luca-giunti)
  10. Bruno Khelifi, APC, IN2P3/CNRS, France (bkhelifi)
  11. Julien Lefaucheur, DAp, CEA-Saclay, France (jjlk)
  12. Catherine Boisson, LUTH, Observatoire de Paris, France
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