The Penn Institute for Computational Science (PICS) will be hosting a Python workshop on Saturday, November 9 from 10:00am – 3:30pm in Towne 337. This course is designed to be an introduction to programming in Python. In this workshop you will learn to write clean, readable, and fast Python code with a focus on graphics-based programming, we ask that you have a proficiency in basic computer operations and you must bring your own laptop.
To attend this workshop you must be a student (or postdoc) at the University of Pennsylvania and you must click here to register.
The course will be taught by Adam Mally, Lecturer in Computer and Information Science at Penn Engineering. Adam’s primary role is to be an educator in computer graphics and computer science. He teaches the Introductory and Advanced computer graphics courses Adam received his B.S.E. in Digital Media Design and his M.S.E. in Computer Graphics and Game Technology from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 2015, he has served as a lecturer at Penn, instructing undergraduate and graduate students in various computer graphics courses such as CIS 560: Interactive Computer Graphics and CIS 561: Advanced Computer Graphics. His teaching and learning interests include real-time interactive graphics, procedural content generation, and game design.