The Software Sustainability Institute is excited to announce that Chris Hartgerink, from Liberate Science, will deliver the Research Software Camp keynote talk on research accessibility. The talk will be pre-recorded and published on 22 February. A live Q&A session with Chris will allow participants to ask questions and start conversations around research accessibility.
Chris Hartgerink is a researcher, statistician, part software programmer, part businessperson. In 2019, he founded Liberate Science GmbH. He was awarded a PhD in Methodology and Statistics from Tilburg University (2020) for his work on building sustainable science, was a Mozilla Open Science Fellow (2018) and is currently a Shuttleworth Fellow.
He's been awarded a cumulative amount of circa one million USD to do his work, since 2014. After reflecting on his experiences during the PhD, Chris actively left academia to change the way research work is done on all levels.
Register for the live Q&A with Chris on 24 February at 3:30pm GMT via Zoom.
About Research Software Camps
The Software Sustainability Institute runs free online Research Software Camps twice a year over the course of two weeks. Each Camp will focus on introducing and exploring a topic around research software, thus starting discussions among various research communities. The first Research Software Camp on Research Accessibility will take place from 22 February to 5 March 2021.
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