Enthoughts Prabhu Wins at PyCon India

From PyCon India: Published / 25 Sep 2014

PSSI [Python Software Society of India] is happy to announce that Prabhu Ramachandran, faculty member of Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay [and managing director of Enthought India] is the winner of Kenneth Gonsalves Award, 2014.

 

Prabhu has been active in the Open source and Python community for close to 15 years. He co-founded the Chennai LUG in 1998. He is also well known as the author and lead developer of the award winning Mayavi and TVTK Python packages. He also maintains PySPH, an open source framework for Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) simulations.

Prabhu is also Member of Board, Python Software Foundation since 2010 and is closely involved with the activities of FOSSEE and SciPy India. His research interests are primarily in particle methods and applied scientific computing.

Prabhu will be presented the Award on 27th Sep, the opening day of PyCon India 2014. PSSI and Team PyCon India would like to extend their hearty Congratulations to Prabhu for his achievement and wish him the very best for his future endeavours.

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