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Dr. Oliphant received a $2000 ( community-donated) honorarium and a standing ovation

Dr. Travis Oliphant received a $2000 (community-donated) honorarium and a standing ovation at August's SciPy conference at the California Institute of Technology prior to his presentations at the conference. The award was presented because of his work in leading the development of the open-source package NumPy 1.0 which combines the Numeric and Numarray array packages for Python into a single best-of-breed array package enabling Python to be used as a rapid-development system for scientific and engineering computing. NumPy is currently used by scientists and engineers at many companies, universities and government-institutions in the United States and throughout the world.

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