Reviewer Sign-up Form
JupyterCon 2020 will be held 10–13 August in Berlin, Germany. The Technical Program will include tutorials, talks, and posters. All these will be chosen by Track Chairs, informed by peer-review reports contributed by volunteers like you. Use this form to express your interest to be a reviewer.
We are adopting signed reviews: the whole process will be open, in the interest of increasing transparency and quality. The track chairs will moderate and transmit the peer-review reports, and your identity will be known to submitters.
Please select the tracks for which you are willing to review (you can pick more than one). We are anticipating that reviewers might have about six submissions assigned to them, but it depends on how popular the CFP will be! (You will have an option to "abstain" from a review you are uncomfortable with.)
You will be asked to confirm reading our Reviewer Guidelines when you perform your reviews.
Thank you for being part of the Jupyter community and we hope to see you at the conference!
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Track you volunteer to review for (check all that apply)
Talks: Enterprise Jupyter Infrastructure
Talks: Jupyter in Education
Talks: Jupyter in Scientific Research
Talks: Data Science Applications
Talks: Jupyter Community–Tools and Practices
Optional demographics information
Please help us measure our outreach and diversity efforts by responding to these optional questions. Information will be summarized in aggregate, and we will not save raw data from year to year.
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Do you identify as an under-represented group with respect to one or more of these: gender, age (40+), ethnicity, accessibility, sexual orientation, or other self-reported category?
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