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[[File:octconf2017.jpg|thumb|left|500px|Participants OctConf 2017 first day]]
 
 
 
We are happy to announce the upcoming Octave Conference 2017 to be held at [http://home.cern CERN], near Geneva, Switzerland, from March 20th until March 22nd. The Local Organising Committee is happy and proud that CERN will host this event for at least two reasons: Octave [2] is a fundamental tool of analysis and research for hundreds of CERN scientists; Octave and CERN share and promote the same values of openness, cooperation, diversity, quality and commitment.
 
We are happy to announce the upcoming Octave Conference 2017 to be held at [http://home.cern CERN], near Geneva, Switzerland, from March 20th until March 22nd. The Local Organising Committee is happy and proud that CERN will host this event for at least two reasons: Octave [2] is a fundamental tool of analysis and research for hundreds of CERN scientists; Octave and CERN share and promote the same values of openness, cooperation, diversity, quality and commitment.
  
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To register officially, please use the CERN conference manager [https://indico.cern.ch/event/609833/ Indico].
 
To register officially, please use the CERN conference manager [https://indico.cern.ch/event/609833/ Indico].
 
In addition, *please* add your name to the Participants section of this page so we can plan appropriately.
 
In addition, *please* add your name to the Participants section of this page so we can plan appropriately.
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We are working out the details of the programme, and the call for contributions and abstract is still open. You are all invited to submit an abstract and present your experience with Octave at the conference!
  
 
We are hopeful that the key members of the Octave development team will make it, both from oversea and from Europe. You can find more updated information on the programme in the [https://indico.cern.ch/event/609833 CERN's OctConf webpage] and in here.
 
We are hopeful that the key members of the Octave development team will make it, both from oversea and from Europe. You can find more updated information on the programme in the [https://indico.cern.ch/event/609833 CERN's OctConf webpage] and in here.
  
'''Dates''': The conference will run for three days from Monday, March 20th through Wednesday, March 22nd.
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== Dates ==
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The conference will run for three days from Monday, March 20th through Wednesday, March 22nd.
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== Location ==
 
== Location ==
  
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=== Geneva, Switzerland ===
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=== Venue ===
 
The upcoming Octconf 2017 will take place at [http://home.cern/ CERN] (European Center for Nuclear Research)
 
The upcoming Octconf 2017 will take place at [http://home.cern/ CERN] (European Center for Nuclear Research)
  
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* A unique visit to [http://visit.cern/tours CERN]
 
* A unique visit to [http://visit.cern/tours CERN]
 
* A [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fondue Fondue] dinner down-town Geneva
 
* A [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fondue Fondue] dinner down-town Geneva
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=== Travelling ===
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The information below is taken from [http://visit.cern/exhibitions/how-get-cern CERN instructions].
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Please check that link for further details.
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[http://visit.cern/sites/visits.web.cern.ch/files/files/exhibitions/access-map.pdf How to get to CERN infographics]
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    CERN Reception - Meyrin
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    CERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research
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    385 route de Meyrin
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    CH-1217 Meyrin - Geneva
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    Switzerland
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* GPS Coordinates
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Latitude: 46.2314284
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Longitude: 6.0539718
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==== By train ====
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Coming from the Geneva railway station at Cornavin
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Tram - Take the number 18 tram to "CERN" which is the final stop at the CERN entrance.
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Ticket costs 3 CHF full-fare / 2 CHF reduced-fare (Ticket "Tout Genève" on the ticket machine).
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See the [http://www.tpg.ch/ TPG] web site for full details.
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==== By car ====
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* From Switzerland
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Follow signs for "Aéroport", "Lyon" and "Meyrin".
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Once you are in Meyrin, follow signs for "St. Genis" (which is just beyond the border, in France).
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Before reaching St Genis, the CERN site is on your left on "Route de Meyrin", just before you reach the border.
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* From France (département of Ain)
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Follow signs for "Gex" or "St. Genis".
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When you reach the border, CERN is on your right immediately after passing through customs.
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See [http://visit.cern/exhibitions/how-get-cern-car Parking] for parking information.
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==== By plane ====
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Coming from the Geneva International Airport at Cointrin
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Taxi - approximately 35CHF.
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Bus - First take a public transport ticket from the machine you will find at the exit to the baggage collection hall, just before customs control. Then:
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Option 1: Take bus Y direction "CERN" and get off at the CERN stop opposite the large Globe and the CERN site.
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Option 2: Take bus 23, 28 or 57 and get off at the stop "Blandonnet" and then catch the Tram number 18, final stop "CERN".
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See the [http://www.tpg.ch/ TPG] web site for full details.
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== Tips and tricks ==
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A normal lunch at CERN costs about 15 CHF, inclusive of one coffee and one delicious dessert.
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A bus ride from the airport to CERN is free of charge, if you take a ticket at the vending machine in the baggage claim area.  Should you miss that vending machine, a ticket will cost you 3.00 CHF. https://genevalunch.com/guides/travel/the-cheerful-traveler-geneva-airport-public-transport/
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== Accommodation ==
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The conference will take place in the CERN's main site (Meyrin). You can try your luck and search for an accommodation in one of the [http://smb-dep.web.cern.ch/en/CERN_Housing CERN Hostels].
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Should the CERN hostels be full, or should you prefer to stay in Geneva, we advise you to consult your favourite on-line booking portal (www.booking.com, www.tripadvisor.com, www.trivago.com, www.expedia.com etc.) and to contact the hotel directly in order to identify the lowest tariff available for CERN users and collaborators (preferential tariffs may apply in some cases).
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Hotels in the vicinity of "Gare Cornavin" (Geneva's main railway station), or along "Route de Meyrin", are particularly recommended. Tram number 18 links Gare Cornavin to CERN in 20' (see [http://www.tpg.ch/ timetable on the TPG's webpage]).
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Notice that, by staying in hotel, youth hostel or at a campsite, you are entitled to receive a personal and non transferable Geneva Transport Card for free, which will allow you to use the whole public transportation system of Geneva for the length of your stay for free. This includes buses, trams, trains, and yellow taxi-boats - Mouettes. Just ask for it upon arrival on the reception.
  
 
== Suggestions for Sessions ==
 
== Suggestions for Sessions ==
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During the daytime: CERN offers many areas where people can socialize and/or discuss, informally. For instance, the CERN main restaurant is open until 23:00 (11:00 PM).
 
During the daytime: CERN offers many areas where people can socialize and/or discuss, informally. For instance, the CERN main restaurant is open until 23:00 (11:00 PM).
  
The [https://indico.cern.ch/event/609833/timetable/#20170320 indico timetable] will be used as the official schedule. This one here should mirror that one.
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THE INDICO TIMETABLE HAS BEEN (ALMOST) FINALIZED (***), PLEASE REFER TO INDICO FOR THE OFFICIAL ONE: [https://indico.cern.ch/event/609833/timetable/#20170320 LINK]
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(***) Meaning: if you have a last-minute talk you want to propose, we can still accommodate it!
  
 
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         <td>9:00-9:30</td>
 
         <td>9:00-9:30</td>
         <td>Registration - IT Amphitheatre Coffee Area, CERN</td>
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         <td>Open slot</td>
 
         <td>GSoC project: Exponential Integrators<br/>(Chiara Segala)</td>
 
         <td>GSoC project: Exponential Integrators<br/>(Chiara Segala)</td>
 
         <td rowspan="2">Unconference</td>
 
         <td rowspan="2">Unconference</td>
 
       </tr>
 
       </tr>
 
       <tr>
 
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         <td>9:30-9:40</td>
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         <td>9:30-9:45</td>
         <td>Welcome to CERN and Conference info</td>
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         <td rowspan="2">Octave for N dimensions and microscope image processing (Carnë Draug / David Miguel Susano Pinto)</td>
 
         <td rowspan="2">SOCIS project: Improve iterative methods for sparse linear systems<br/>(Cristiano Dorigo)</td>
 
         <td rowspan="2">SOCIS project: Improve iterative methods for sparse linear systems<br/>(Cristiano Dorigo)</td>
 
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       </tr>
 
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         <td>9:40-10:10</td>
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         <td>9:45-10:00</td>
        <td>Octave for N dimensions and microscope image processing (Carnë Draug / David Miguel Susano Pinto)</td>
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         <td rowspan="5">Visit to CERN sites</td>
         <td rowspan="6">Visit to CERN sites</td>
 
  
 
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       </tr>
 
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         <td>10:10-10:30</td>
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         <td>10:00-10:15</td>
         <td>Octave for Particle Accelerator Performance Optimization<br/>(Andrea Latina)</td>
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         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
         <td rowspan="2"><strong>Discussion and Coffee</strong></td>
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         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
 
       </tr>
 
       </tr>
 
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         <td>10:30-11:00</td>
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         <td>10:15-10:50</td>
         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
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         <td>Octave for Particle Accelerator Design (A. Latina)</td>
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        <td>Support of free software in public institutions: the KiCad case (J. Serrano)</td>
 
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         <td>11:00-11:30</td>
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         <td>10:50-11:25</td>
 
         <td>[https://www.gnu.org/software/octave/doc/interpreter/XREFpublish.html publish] your code with Octave (Kai T. Ohlhus)</td>
 
         <td>[https://www.gnu.org/software/octave/doc/interpreter/XREFpublish.html publish] your code with Octave (Kai T. Ohlhus)</td>
         <td rowspan="2">Support of free software in public institutions: the KiCad case (Javier Serrano)<br/> KiCad demo (Tomasz Wlostowski) </td>
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         <td>Discussion</td>
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         <td>11:30-12:00</td>
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         <td>11:25-12:00</td>
 
         <td>Open slot</td>
 
         <td>Open slot</td>
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        <td>GSoC project: ode15{i,s} (20 min)<br/>The future of the Neural Network package (15 min)<br/>(Francesco Faccio)</td>
 
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         <td>12:00-12:45</td>
 
         <td>12:00-12:45</td>
         <td><strong>Discussion and Group Photo</strong></td>
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         <td><strong>Discussion</strong></td>
         <td>GSoC project: ode15{i,s} and The future of the Neural Network package<br/>(Francesco Faccio)</td>
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         <td><strong>Discussion</strong></td>
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        <td>8/16-bit simulation with GNU Octave (Andreas Stahel)</td>
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         <td><br/>12:45-14:00<br/><br/></td>
 
         <td><br/>12:45-14:00<br/><br/></td>
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         <td>14:00-14:30</td>
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         <td>14:00-14:35</td>
         <td rowspan="2">25 Years of Octave: Recent Developments and Future Directions<br/>(John W. Eaton)</td>
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         <td rowspan="2">Status of Octave - 1h<br/>(John W. Eaton) </td>
 
         <td>Technical overview of user code parallelization (Olaf Till)</td>
 
         <td>Technical overview of user code parallelization (Olaf Till)</td>
 
         <td rowspan="3">Unconference</td>
 
         <td rowspan="3">Unconference</td>
 
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       </tr>
 
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         <td>14:30-15:00</td>
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         <td>14:35-15:10</td>
         <td>8/16-bit simulation with GNU Octave (Andreas Stahel)</td>
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         <td rowspan="2">Open Slot (Plenary session: CERN main auditorium)</td>
 
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         <td>15:00-15:30</td>
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         <td>15:10-15:45</td>
       <td>Open Slot</td>
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       <td>MOOC: Matlab and Octave for beginners (Simone Deparis)</td>
      <td>Current Status of Octave Forge (Oliver Heimlich)</td>
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         <td>15:30-16:00</td>
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         <td>15:45-16:00</td>
 
         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
 
         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
 
         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
 
         <td><strong>Coffee</strong></td>
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         <td><br/><br/>16:00-17:30<br/><br/><br/></td>
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         <td><br/><br/>16:00-18:00<br/><br/><br/></td>
         <td rowspan="2"><strong>Code Sprint</strong></td>
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         <td><strong>Code Sprint</strong></td>
         <td rowspan="2"><strong>Code Sprint</strong></td>
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         <td><strong>Code Sprint</strong></td>
         <td><strong>Organization of OctConf2018</strong>, Closing, and Farewell</td>
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         <td><strong>Organization of OctConf2018</strong></td>
 
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         <td>17:30-18:30</td>
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         <td>18:00-19:00</td>
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        <td rowspan="2">Fondue night (alternative 1)</td>
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        <td rowspan="2">Closing and Farewell</td>
 
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         <td><br/><br/>19:30-21:30<br/><br/></td>
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         <td>19:00-20:00</td>
        <td>Fondue night</td>
 
 
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      <td>Fast approximation of complicated simulators</td>
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       <td>Michele Manzini</td>
 
       <td>Michele Manzini</td>
 
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* [[User:KaKiLa|JuanPi Carbajal]]
 
* [[User:KaKiLa|JuanPi Carbajal]]
* [[User:Francesco Faccio|Francesco Faccio]]
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* [[User:Francesco Faccio|Francesco Faccio]] (need funding for travel)
* [[User:jwe|John W. Eaton]]
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* [[User:jwe|John W. Eaton]] (need funding for travel)
* [[User:JordiGH|Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso]]
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* [[User:JordiGH|Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso]] (need funding for travel)
 
* [[User:Doug|Douglas Stewart]]
 
* [[User:Doug|Douglas Stewart]]
 
* [[User:Siko1056|Kai T. Ohlhus]]
 
* [[User:Siko1056|Kai T. Ohlhus]]
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* Andrea Latina
 
* Andrea Latina
 
* Andreas Stahel
 
* Andreas Stahel
* [[User:CdF|Carlo de Falco]]
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* [[User:CdF|Carlo de Falco]] (likely to attend, probably one day only)
 
* Cristiano Dorigo
 
* Cristiano Dorigo
 
* Michele Ginesi
 
* Michele Ginesi
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* Sara Stillavati
 
* Sara Stillavati
 
* Olaf Till
 
* Olaf Till
* Philip Nienhuis
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* Philip Nienhuis (likely to attend)
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== Funding ==
  
 
== Previous OctConf ==
 
== Previous OctConf ==

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