Neil Chue Hong

Researchers can now easily cite the software they use with GitHub’s new built-in citation support, giving proper credit and recognition to those who develop research software.
SSI Director Neil Chue Hong looks at how diversity and inclusion in the research software engineering community compares to similar fields.
Work led by the SSI on “Recognising the value of software: how libraries can help the adoption of software citation” has won a LIBER 2021 Award for Library Innovation, sponsored by OCLC.
A guide on planning and processing recordings of online sessions.
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council's (BBSRC) Review of Data-Intensive Bioscience has been published with our input.
We have published 'Good Practice in Submitting Software Outputs for REF 2021'. This was developed in consultation with Research Excellence Framework (REF) sub-panel 11 and has been approved by all other panels, so it can be used by the whole research community.
To celebrate our 10 year anniversary, Director Neil Chue Hong chooses his top 10 films which feature realistic software.
Notes from the RSLondonSouthEast 2020 workshop discussion session, including wishlists for the future of RSE in policy, training, community and software development.
Most modern-day research involves the use of software, and research software itself is increasingly recognised as a key output of research by the research community. Software requires maintenance to remain useful, and that calls for a long-term, sustained investment.
Demonising researchers who publish their code discourages openness, say Neil Chue Hong and Simon Hettrick.
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