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Affiliation and Position

(we use information from this section to help us achieve a pool of students from diverse fields at different career stages)

  • Your affiliation (the place where you are currently working/studying)
    • University/Institute/Company
    • Group/Division/Department
  • Country of Affiliation
  • Position
    • Bachelor student
    • Master student
    • PhD student
    • Post-Doctorate
    • Professor
    • Technician
    • Employee
    • Other:

Programming Skills

(we use information from this section to help us achieve a pool of students with diverse and balanced programming skills)

  • How do you estimate your programming skills in general? Please be honest! We want to have students with diverse skill levels, we don't plan to accept only the best programmers!
    • Novice/Advanced beginner
    • Competent/Proficient
    • Expert
  • How do you estimate your Python skills?
    • None
    • Novice/Advanced beginner
    • Competent/Proficient
    • Expert
  • If you estimated to be a Competent, Proficient or Expert programmer, write a short description of your programming experience
  • How do you estimate your exposure to open-source software?
    • Never used / Never heard of it
    • User
    • Minor contributions (bug reports, mailing lists, …)
    • Major contributions (bug fixes, new feature implementations, …)
    • Project membership
  • Do you habitually use a Version Control System for your software projects? If yes, which one?
    • No, I don't habitually use a VCS
    • git
    • other (subversion, CVS, mercurial, bazaar, etc…)

Motivation

(we use information from this section to help us select students which can learn the most in our program)

Please take the time to write something meaningful here: This motivation letter is the main criterion for selection!

  • Motivation letter: Why do you think Advanced Scientific Programming in Python is an appropriate course for your skill profile?

Personal Information

(we use information from this section to help us achieve an international, gender balanced and inclusive pool of students)

  • Did you already apply to one of the previous instances of the school?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Nationality
  • Year of birth
  • Gender
    • other
    • female
    • male
  • Please type in a short curriculum vitae (no links to external files/no list of publications), just enough for us to get an idea of what have you done until now…
  • Depending on the funding, we may be able to offer some travel grants to cover (part of) your costs for participation. Do you need a travel grant?
    • I do not need a travel grant: my costs are covered by my institution
    • I could use a travel grant, but can get my costs covered if I don't get one
    • I need my costs to be fully covered by a travel grant to be able to participate
      Note that if you choose option “I need my costs to be fully covered by a travel grant to be able to participate” we can not invite you in case we do not get funding for the grants.

Contact: python-info@g-node.org

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