I visited Cleveland again in May to share some of my Python projects, in particular my poster the SLEPc example to compute the Eigenvalues that model the stability of a nuclear reactor. A very cool application of linear algebra. This is the second version of the poster that I was presenting in Edinburgh at EuroPython.
It’s always a pleasure to meet those people around the world and share and learn about Python. Some known faces and new ones, meeting them is always an enrichment experience. In addition, my poster had the honour to receive the visit of Python’s creator Guido van Rossum, so the experience couldn’t have been better.
Along with this version of the poster, I attach some pictures of Cleveland and the conference.