Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
announces holding of the
pyLife 2023 Workshop
CTU, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Room No. 17
Technická 4, Prague, Czech Republic
December 14-15, 2023
Some years ago, I had to abandon PragTic development. Focusing on fatigue life estimation methods, my team can not continue without finding some other way to proceed. We decided to choose an open-source tool the colleagues in Bosch are programming. pyLife package is written in Python, and its licensing clearly brings many advantages to me (or to any other institution which joins us):
We asked our colleagues from Bosch - Johannes Mueller and Daniel Kreuter, whether they could prepare a first workshop explaining the content of pyLife, its near expected future, and the basic programming habits for this collaborative work to newcomers. Luckily, they agreed and here we are.
pyLife in Brief
pyLife is the standard OSS library for reliability and fatigue, developed by Bosch. Covering state-of-the-art methods, you can integrate pyLife into your SW framework (commercial or OSS). To ensure code quality, we embrace the disciplines of modern professional software development.
More infos pylife:
After careful evaluation, we decided to offer the hybrid form of the workshop.
The participation in the workshop is for free.
As you do not have to pay anything for your participation, count with the need to find your accommodation and to pay for meals and drinks during your stay in the on-site variant.
Registration to the Workshop
Whether you want to join us on-site or on-line, you can do that only after writing to me. This is necessary to secure the place for all interested participants in the on-site variant, and to provide you the link to the stream if you have no other mean than to join us on-line.
More detailed information about the programme can be found in the section Program. Note that the exact schedule can be modified in next few days, the dates and the time of the start of the workshop should stay valid however.
What you can expect from the workshop? We will discuss among others:
Prerequisites for Hands on Participants
English language is the official language of the lectures.
If you wish to be informed about this workshop or other ones later on, but you are not sure you want to apply now, join our mail list.
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