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Improve Git and Python Programming Skills With NFDI4Cat and NFDI4Chem!

August 10th, 2023 | by
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Do you want to make progress with your data and draw valuable conclusions from it? Then attend the event “Python Computing 4 Chemists (and others)” from 18 to 20 September 2023 and improve your programming skills in person on-site in Aachen or online.

Want a September Highlight?

On three days in september you can improve your Python programming skills and exchange ideas with other researchers and other people from your field. The Python Computing 4 Chemists and others event uses various methods such as discussions, group work, presentations as well as hands-on activities to enable you to solve various problems and gain important insights. The event is aimed at researchers, PhD students, postdocs, scientific staff of RWTH Aachen University and others interested in the topic.

Information About the Event

Secure your place and register for the free event in September of NFDI4Cat and NFDI4Chem. Catering will be provided. All you need to bring is interest, fun and your own terminal.


  • September, 18 2023, 12 noon to 5pm.
  • September, 19 2023, 9am to 5pm.
  • September, 20 2023, 9am to 12pm.

Event language: English


You can register for the event both as an RWTH-internal and RWTH-external person.

Venue of the Event:

The three-day event will be held in the Collective building chemistry in Melaten, Institute for Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry, at Worringerweg 2, in 52074 Aachen.

Logo NFDI4Chem und NFDI4Cat

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Learn More

Do you need more information? Check out the event page for more information. Feel free to share this event with your colleagues, we look forward to your registrations!

If you have any questions about the event or the RDM in general, just write a message to the organisational contact.


Responsible for the content of this article is Lina-Louise Kaulbach.

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