In reverse chronological order.
Working Workshop in Houston 2014
School in St. Petersburg 2014
School in Melbourne 2013
Working Workshop in Austin 2013
School in Austin 2012
Workshop in Copenhagen 2012
School in Bejing 2011
Workshop in Houston 2011
School in Houston 2010
School in Salvador 2009
School in Delft 2009
Coding Sprint in Golden 2008
Implementation Workshop Towards full automation and better robustness
School in Austin 2007
Short Course Using and Extending RSF/Madagascar.
School in Vancouver 2006
School and Workshop Reproducible Research in Computational Geophysics.
New York 2013 (NYU Poly)
Madagascar was presented at the Workshop on Software Infrastructure for Reproducibility in Science at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in Brooklyn, New York, on May 30, 2013. See presentation slides.
Providence 2012 (ICERM)
Madagascar was presented at the Reproducibility in Computational and Experimental Mathematics Workshop at the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) in Providence, Rhode Island, on December 13, 2012.
Austin 2012 (SciPy)
The Python interface to Madagascar was presented at the Scientific Computing with Python Conference in Austin, Texas, on July 19, 2012. See the poster by clicking on the image below
Cary 2011 (Interface)
Madagascar was presented in the special session on Reproducible Research at the 42nd Symposium on the Interface (Statistical, Machine Learning, and Visualization Algorithms) in Cary, North Carolina, on June 1, 2011. See the symposium program.
Long Beach 2011 (SIAM Geosciences)
Madagascar was presented in the minisymposium on Reproducible Science and Open-Source Software in the Geosciences at the SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences in Long Beach, California, on March 23, 2011. See presentation slides and the minisymposium program: Part 1 and Part 2.
Reno 2011 (SIAM CS&E)
Madagascar was presented in the minisymposium on Verifiable, Reproducible Research and Computational Science at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering in Reno, Nevada, on March 4, 2011. See presentation slides.
Jarrod Millman provides a complete session program.
Austin 2010 (SciPy)
Salt Lake City 2010 (NSF Archive Workshop)
Madagascar was presented at the NSF Workshop on Archiving Experiments to Raise Scientific Standards in Salt Lake City on May 25, 2010. See presentation slides and complete program.
Düsseldorf 2008 (Berlin 6)
Mark Liberman provides a complete session program.
Austin 2008 (Texas Python Unconference)
New Directions in Literate Programming with Madagascar was presented at the Second Annual Texas Python Unconference hosted by Enthought Corporation on the UT campus on October 4, 2008. See presentation slides.
Austin 2008 (Scientific Software Days)
Rio de Janeiro 2007 (SBGf)
Vancouver 2007 (AIP)
Honolulu 2007 (ICASSP)
The paper Reproducible computational experiments using SCons was presented in the special session on Reproducible Signal Processing Research at the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing in Honolulu on April 18, 2007 . See presentation slides.
Patrick Vandewalle provides a complete session program.
Austin 2007 (Scientific Software Day)
Madagascar was presented at the First Annual Scientific Software Day at the University of Texas at Austin on April 2, 2007. See presentation slides.
New Orleans 2006 (SEG)
These advertising posters were prepared for the SEG Annual Meeting in New Orleans. The idea by Gilles Hennenfent, implementation by Scott Rodgers.
Vienna 2006 (EAGE)
RSF/Madagascar was first presented at the EAGE Workshop Open Source E&P Software – Putting the Pieces Together in Vienna on June 11, 2006. See presentation slides.
Joe Dellinger provides a complete workshop program with abstracts.