Economics, Computational Neuroscience and Differential Geometry

What do economics, computational neuroscience and differential geometry have in common?

Well, besides all being interests of mine, they also all happen to be the three topics in the PyCon session on science applications I just volunteered to chair. When I saw the topics and that they didn't have a chair, how could I resist?!

It will be on next Saturday afternoon and I'm looking forward to it a lot!

The original post was in the categories: python pycon but I'm still in the process of migrating categories over.