A. After 2 years of being fully remote, EuroPython 2022 will be held on 11th-17th July and it will be both in person and virtual.
The in-person conference will be held at The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) in Dublin, Ireland.
For the virtual conference, detailed instructions will be announced at a later time.
- 2022-03-08: CFP Starts
- 2022-03-08: Speaker Mentorship Programme Starts
- 2022-03-08: Financial Aid Programme Starts
- 2022-03-17: Ticket Sales Starts
- 2022-03-20: Speaker Mentorship Programme Ends
- 2022-03-23: AMA Session about CFP
- 2022-03-29: Sponsorship Signups Starts
- 2022-04-11: Community Talk Voting Starts
- 2022-04-18: Panel Talk Review Starts
- 2022-04-24: Community Talk Voting Ends
- 2022-05-03: Panel Talk Review Ends
- 2022-04-29: Sponsorship Early Bird Discount Ends
- 2022-05-19: List of Sessions Published
- 2022-05-23: Financial Aid for In-person Participations Closes
- 2022-06-07: Remote Tickets - Regular Sales Starts
- 2022-06-07: Financial Aid for Remote Tickets Starts
- 2022-06-14: Initial Schedule Published
- 2022-06-27: Remote Tickets - Late Bird Starts
- 2022-07-03: Financial Aid for Remote Tickets Ends
- 2022-07-10: Gather & Set up at The CCD in Dublin! 🤗
- 2022-07-11: Showtime! 🎊
- 2022-09: Release cut videos
A. The conference will be organised in three phases:
- Monday & Tuesday (11.07 & 12.07): workshops and tutorials
- Wednesday - Friday (13.07 - 15.07): main conference days
- Saturday & Sunday (16.07 & 17.07): sprints (hackathon)
A. Take a look at our conference schedule: EP2022 programme
The conference will feature around 20 tutorials/workshops/special events, 120 talk sessions and other interactive sessions such as Posters, Panel Discussions and a MakerFest.We aim to have a very diverse programme, covering the many different aspects of where and how Python solves problems or engages in interesting things.
Make sure to also check out our different Events listed on our homepage!
A. The Call for Proposals (CFP) has closed. It ran between the 8 March - 3 April.
We are thrilled to have received a record high of 429 proposals on a diverse range of topics.
A. We believe that a good conference consists of popular talks as well as new or niche topics - all by and for our diverse community. Thus, after Call for Proposals (CFP) finishes, submissions go through two rounds of review and refinement as we put together our programme. This is a "blind" process, so speakers' names will not be displayed to the reviewers.
community voting: open to all 2015-2022 EuroPython conference ticket holders + 2022 talk proposal submitters. Submissions are in random order for each voter. Please check out our talk voting page for details.
panel feedback: a diverse group of experienced reviewers will refine and give feedback on the submissions within their realm of expertise. Their insights help the programme team refine and plan a programme that truly reflects, informs and stimulates our EuroPython family. Submit your interest here
Ultimately, the programme team curate the final programme based upon these important factors: community voting, panel feedback and editorial criteria such as the diversity, depth and breadth of topics and speakers.
A. If accepted,all speakers are eligible for a free conference ticket. Workshop & tutorial organisers are eligible for a free combined ticket. In addition, speakers are encouraged to apply for additional Financial Aid, should there be a need.
We give support to first-time speakers and actively encourage, accommodate and welcome the participation of those from under-represented groups in tech. For example, our Speaker Mentorship Programme matched 15 mentees with mentors. Check out the AMA session as part of the Mentorship Programme.
Email us at (email@example.com to tell us what other broader speaker support you might need!
A. Early Bird ticket sales started on 17 March! Regular tickets are also available alongside early birds tickets.
We offer flexibility for the tickets, depending on what you would like to attend. For the in-person conference, there will be:
- Combined ticket: access to the whole conference
- Tutorials only ticket: access to only workshops/tutorials
- Conference only ticket : you can attend the conference days
Please check out our Tickets page for more details.
Instead, if you decide to attend the conference remotely, also have remote tickets available for you to attend all talks, panels and keynotes during the conference days.
A. We have put a lot of work in keeping the in-person ticket prices at a similar level to the last in-person conference in 2019, despite cost increases and the consequences of the pandemic.
Please check out our Tickets page for more details.
We encourage and trust you to pick a fair ticket tier that fits your personal circumstance. The money you spend will be put straight back to the community to support our diversity initiatives, Financial Aid Programme and other grants offered to the European Python community. If you need help to attend the conference, you are most welcome to apply for Financial Aid
A. Yes, remote tickets are on sale from 7th June 2022 onward. It is now possible to purchase a conference ticket (personal/ business) to participate in the conference from anywhere on the planet.
Please check out our Tickets page for more details.
A. We strive make remote participation as interactive as possible! During the Conference Days (Wednesday-Friday), not only can you watch the live talks, keynotes & panels in all 6 tracks, you can also participate in lightning talks, ask questions directly to a speaker (with voice and video), and chat with available speakers in breakout discussions. Participation during sprint days is to be determined.
A. Any ticket (except the Stream-only) will have a link to join our remote platform Venueless. Just open your ticket and click on the link to join. There is no user or password, the link is your password. Each ticket can allow 3 simultaneous sessions. If you join with more than 3 devices, the oldest will be logged out.
A. As per our tradition, we provide open and free access to the livestreams of our conference talks (13-15 July). You are not required to register a ticket, but you are welcome to if you would like an email reminder or receive up-to-date information about the conference.
But The free livestream-only ticket does not include support and you will be unable to interact with the speakers or other in-person audience. Consider getting a remote ticket instead.
A. Recordings of the talks will be made available on our YouTube channel a few months after the conference. Tutorials will only be delivered in-person and will not be recorded.
A. Yes, our Financial Aid programme for in-person participation was open for submissions between 8 March - 23 May. It is now closed.
We are committed to making EuroPython sponsorship accessible to as many organisations as possible, who are keen to help the community. SME discount and Free Table for Open Source Projects are offerings driven by our community spirit.
If you’re interested in sponsorsing EuroPython 2022, get in touch with the sponsor team.
A. We list the information here
A. During the Tutorial Days (Monday and Tuesday) and Sprints Weekend, the rooms are set up in classroom style. So you will have access to power while learning about cool Python things.
Between Wednesday and Friday, you will have access to power at Level 3 of the Auditorium, The Forum, The Open Space (Wicklow Hall 2A), The Quiet Room (Wicklow Hall 2B).
A. In Ireland the power plugs and sockets are of type G. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
It is your duty to bring adequate adapters. The organisers will have a few adapters for emergency, primarily for speakers. You may also be able to buy a European Schuko-Irish adapter from the venue at the cloakroom for 5 EUR each. It would be very difficult to source any other type of adapters during the conference.
A. Yes. Children are welcome and we provide free childcare service at the venue staffed by qualified childminders. If you are attending with your children, please register a ticket for yourself and select how many children will require childcare at checkout. Space is limited, so do register your request early.
A. Yes. Each ticket includes break refreshments and a light lunch for each day.
A. The time and location of the conference have been set, so you can book at any time. We would recommend you consider flexible bookings in case of any changes of plans in the future as well as appropriate insurance cover.
A. Yes. We have a dedicated Visa Information Page with details on how to obtain the support letter. Please refer to the official Irish Immigration Service for information, including the application process for an Irish Conference/Event Visa.
A. As of now there’s no discount that we know of or can offer.
A. The EuroPython conference is entirely run by volunteers and we always need some extra help. If you are attending the conference and want to get involved, you can find the details about [how to become an onsite volunteer] (/volunteers)!
Please refer to our COVID Info Page for detailed information. Please bear in mind that the information in this section can change at any time and without warning. We will aim to provide updates whenever there is a change.
A: Travelling can be expected to be complicated during a pandemic. We will aim to offer a full refund of the conference ticket if your circumstances change. Before 11 June, you can request a refund with no questions asked. After the date, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a refund due to special circumstances.
A: We will follow the Government of Ireland’s guidelines and there will be appropriate safety precautions at the venue. As of 7 March 2022, the venue is operating at full capacity. The majority of COVID restrictions have been lifted. Though there are currently no legal requirements to wear face-masks at the conference, all The CCD staff will wear masks. We will have sanitisers across the venue.
A. Although you are not legally required to wear a mask, we strongly recommend that you do, whenever possible. You are encouraged to bring your own mask. Should you forget or lose your own mask, we have a supply of 1000 surgical masks for emergency across days.
A. As of 7 March 2022 social distancing is not required. We will have stickers indicating people's comfort level for interaction:
Please respect the choices of your fellow attendees if they ask you to keep your distance from them.
A. As of 07 March 2022, though you are not required to be vaccinated to enter the venue or Ireland as per the rules of the Irish Government, we strongly encourage you to take all the health precautionary measures you can to protect yourself and those around us. Thanks!