GAP Days

Past, present and future GAP Days

  1. GAP Days Summer 2024, August 26-30, 2024, University of St Andrews, Scotland
  2. GAP Days Spring 2024, March 11-15, 2024, University of Kaiserslautern-Landau, Germany
  3. GAP Days Summer 2022, October 17-21, 2022, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  4. GAP Days Winter 2022, February 21-25, 2022, Virtual/Remote/Home Office
  5. GAP Days "Spring" 2021, February 15-19, 2021, Virtual/Remote/Home Office
  6. GAP Days Spring 2020, March 23-27, 2020, Virtual/Remote/Home Office
  7. GAP Days as part of the GAP Singular Meeting, August 20-23, 2019, PfalzAkademie, Lambrecht, Germany
  8. GAP Days Spring 2019, March 18-22, 2019, Martin-Luther Universit├Ąt Halle, Germany
  9. GAP Days Fall 2018, September 17-21, 2018, University of Siegen, Germany
  10. Jupyter in GAP and other CAS, June 4-8, 2018, University of St Andrews, Scotland
  11. GAP Days Fall 2017, Workshop: August 30 - September 1, 2017; Code sprint: September 4-8, 2017, University of Siegen, Germany
  12. GAP Days Spring 2017, Workshop: May 29 - June 2, 2017, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  13. First Joint GAP-SageMath Days, January 18-22, 2016, University of St Andrews, Scotland
  14. Third GAP Days, School: September 14-18, 2015, Code sprint: September 19-23, 2015, NTNU Trondheim, Norway
  15. Second GAP Days, March 16-20, 2015, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  16. First GAP Days, August 25-29, 2014, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

What is GAP?

GAP is a computer algebra system with a focus on computational group theory.

What are GAP Days?

GAP Days are meetings where developers and users with programming experience are invited to influence the future development of GAP by initiating and contributing to discussions and coding sprints. As enough GAP experts will be around for technical support, the meetings usually offer good opportunities for people to work on their own packages. To streamline each meeting the organizers will usually suggest a few main topics to work on during the week.

The meetings are also suitable for advertising recent developments in core GAP and packages via short talks. However, the focus of the meetings is usually on code development, with talks only playing a minor role.