The Edinburgh RSE Community welcomes anyone in the Edinburgh area, active or interested in the area of research software to the second edition of the Edinburgh RSE Community meeting. The meeting will take place next Wednesday 21st November 2018 at the Edinburgh College of Art (ECA), University of Edinburgh.
CarpentryConnect Manchester (#ccmcr19) will take place from 25th to 27th June 2019. Following the success of the inaugural CarpentryCon in Dublin earlier this year, we are pleased to announce that the Software Sustainability Institute is organising CarpentryConnect Manchester, in collaboration with Manchester’s Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research and with support from Manchester’s Data Science Institute.
Last September, a training initiative, called Edinburgh Carpentries, based on The Carpentries model was launched at the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with other Higher Education and research institutions in the area. Leading this initiative, Giacomo Peru, Institute Project Officer, and Sean McGeever, Computing Manager at the University of Edinburgh, are working towards securing stable institutional support for administration and coordination and to widen community participation, essential for the supply of instructors and helpers at the workshops.
Are you interested in our activities but don’t know how to get involved? We’ve come up with a few suggestions with varying degrees of time commitment. Have a look at our new Get involved page.
We need your help filling in the 2018 RSE survey. You are eligible if you're working with research software. Previous RSE surveys have targeted specific countries. This year's RSE survey welcomes people from all over the world to participate. Please note the survey will close on 3rd December 2018. The survey takes about 10-15 minutes to complete (ca. 80 questions). Please note that this research is not compulsory and even if you decide to participate you can withdraw at any moment.
Are you excited by open source and open science? Successful applicants will be helping us create open source tools to visualise and analyse complex open biological data in creative and user friendly ways. InterMine are looking for a Research Software Engineer to join their vibrant team at the University of Cambridge. This is a great opportunity especially for someone who would like to learn Clojure and functional programming.
The Software Sustainability Institute website will be at risk during scheduled maintenance on Friday 16th November 2018 from 7:00am to 8:30am GMT.
Niall Beard, from the University of Manchester, has written a guide for the Software Sustainability Institute on "Adding schema.org to a GitHub Pages site."
The UCL Research Software Development Group are looking for a Research Software Engineer to join their team of 11 RSEs. Applications must be submitted by 14th October 2018. This position is permanent but subject to the availability of continued funding sourced from appropriate research collaborations, and is funded for two years in the first instance, with salary negotiable up to £46,359. On this occasion, candidates interested in a part-time position are also welcomed to apply.
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The Advanced Data Analysis Centre at the University of Nottingham is looking for an experienced Digital Research Scientist (Software Developer) to work alongside researchers to exploit digital capabilities in a global Higher Education environment.