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The British Library, Software Sustainability Institute and Alan Turing Institute are co-organising a workshop on Software Citation on the 13th and 14th May 2019 at the British Library, to raise the profile of the topic, provide information and address current challenges.
With four fascinating keynotes around the theme of training and an exciting schedule of lightning talks, workshop sessions and a social programme, the Software Sustainability Institute is delighted to announce the provisional programme for CarpentryConnect Manchester 2019 (ccmcr19). Register before 18th April to get an early-bird rate.
The Centre for Computing Research at Sandia is looking to expand its Software Engineering team with three positions focused on three workflows of scientific software: deployment, development and software engineering research.
Collaborations Workshop 2019 (CW19) will be held from Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd April 2019 at Loughborough University in the West Park Teaching Hub, Loughborough. We are looking forward to meeting everyone in person and have a great time. Have look at the agenda for the event.
Come and find out about The Software Sustainability Institute at the University of Edinburgh on Tuesday 26th March at 14:00, in the Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh. Neil Chue Hong, Institute Director, and Mario Antonioletti, Research Software Engineer, will give an overview of the important role that software plays in research and innovation and describe some of the Institute’s activities around the research software community in the UK and in Edinburgh. In particular, Neil & Mario will present different opportunities to collaborate with us and connect you to a wider research…
Early-bird registrations will close on 10th April. Register now to get an early-bird rate. In affiliation with The Carpentries, the Software Sustainability Institute are organising the first European CarpentryConnect event in Manchester from 25th - 27th June 2019.
The Software Sustainability Institute website will be down for scheduled maintenance on Thursday 21st March 2019 between 7:30 to 8:30 GMT. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Software Sustainability Institute, a team of software experts, from the universities of Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford and Southampton, has been awarded £6.5 million funding, from the seven UK Research Councils that are part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), to continue its world-leading work helping thousands of UK researchers from all areas use software to increase the impact of their research.
Registrations are open for CarpentryConnect Manchester (from 25th to 27th June at The Studio Manchester). The conference seeks to address the issue of sustainability of scientific software and research through training
, explore good teaching practices, tools and resources in research computing
 and run workshops on lesson and curricula development as well as training to upskill the research community on a number of topics.
Everyone at the Software Sustainability Institute would like to wish our friends and colleagues all the best for the holiday season. 2018 has been a successful year for the Institute and we're already looking ahead to 2019.  Read the Institute's 2018 Highlights. With the academic holidays, things will be quiet here at the Institute from 21st December 2018 until the 3rd January 2019. 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 2019.  
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