Call for proposals is open!

We are delighted to announce that the call for proposals for our conference is open!


Please submit your talk proposals, taking into account the following guidelines:

  • Any topic is welcome as long as it has something to do with Python!*
  • Talks will be conducted in English.
  • Speaking time is 30 minutes (including Q&A).
  • Speakers will receive free admission to the conference and a complimentary lunch on both days.
  • You agree that your talk (video, audio, slides) will be streamed, recorded and published online under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.
  • You can edit your proposal while the CfP remains open.
  • You may submit several proposals.

* This year, in addition to the general Python topics on the first day of the conference, the second day is dedicated to all Data Science related topics.


Our committee individually assesses each proposal based on the provided descriptions.
Each proposal is assigned a rating, which is then averaged to produce a single numerical value.
Factors taken into consideration include:

  • Relevance of the proposed topic.
  • Overall alignment with the day's specific session topic.
  • Coherent presentation of the talk content.
  • Diversity: opting for the highest-scoring talk on a similar topic.

The proposals with the highest scores will be accepted.
The Results will be communicated to all applicants via email.


Please note the following technical provisions are available for your presentation:

  • You will receive a wireless headset for recording and amplification.
  • The projector is equipped with an HDMI connector. If you need an adapter for connections other than HDMI, please bring your own or inform us in advance.
  • Your presentation will be displayed in a resolution of 1920x1080 (16:9).
  • If you intend to use audio output, please ensure it is provided through a 3.5mm audio jack and inform us in advance, as we will need to integrate this into our recording setup.

This Call for Papers closed on 2024-06-30 23:59 (Europe/Zurich).