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Join our Learning to Code mentorship programme: improve your computational skills for conducting research
As part of our next Research Software Camp (RSC), we will be running a free Learning to Code mentorship programme from 24 April to 26 June 2023. The programme is aimed at beginners who are new to coding or have no experience in coding in academia.
The Software Sustainability Institute is looking for volunteers for our next Research Software Camp to mentor beginners who code in academia as part of its mentorship programme.
The fifth iteration of the Research Software Camp is being run from June 19th-30th 2023. Click here for more information.
The next Research Software Camp (RSC) will run for two weeks from 19th to 30th June 2023.
The UKRI NET Zero Digital Research Infrastructure Project has some upcoming events: two webinars and a series of creative workshops, which will be held throughout January and February 2023.
Everyone at the Software Sustainability Institute would like to wish our friends and colleagues all the best for the holiday season. 2022 has been a successful year for the Institute and we're already looking ahead to 2023. With the academic holidays, things will be quiet here at the Institute from 22nd December 2022 until 4th January 2023. During this time, we will not be responding to enquiries. Our return in the New Year will be accompanied by an announcement of our activities and events in 2023.
Our website will be at risk during maintenance tomorrow afternoon (15 December, 15:00–16:30), and you may experience some disruption using the website within that period. We apologise for any inconvenience.
In this episode, the second on the theme of nuclear fusion, Peter Schmidt meets with Simon Pinches. Simon works at ITER at the test reactor site in Cadarache, near Aix-en-Provence in Southern France.
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The Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) is looking for a Communications Officer to help deliver its tagline of “better software, better research”.