The Software Sustainability Institute would like to thank Gigantum for becoming Gold sponsors of Collaborations Workshop 2019. The workshop will take place from Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd April 2019 at Loughborough University in the West Park Teaching Hub, Loughborough. Have a look at the agenda for the event.
We are very pleased to announce Tracy Teal as one of the keynote speakers at CarpentryConnect Manchester 2019. Her talk “Democratising data: building inclusive communities teaching universal data literacy” will address issues around supporting the creation and development of inclusive communities and teaching researchers data skills.
Deadline is 3rd February 2019, 23:59 UTC . Apply now! With only the weekend left to apply for the Fellowship Programme, here is a cheatsheet for you
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.
SAGE Concept Grants program has been developed as part of the SAGE Ocean initiative to fund software ideas that support social science researchers to work with big data and new technologies.
Call for topic suggestions and proposals for the first European CarpentryConnect event to be held in Manchester, UK, on 25-27 June 2019 under the theme "Training Communities: Challenges and Opportunities in Europe" is now open.
We are excited to announce that Franziska Heine will be keynoting at Collaborations Workshop 2019 and will share with attendees the lessons that Wikipedia learnt regarding interoperability, documentation, training and sustainability.
We are very pleased to announce that Catherine Stihler will be one of our two keynote speakers during Collaborations Workshop 2019 and will help attendees to think about the themes for this edition: interoperability, documentation, training and sustainability.
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…

Lancaster Medical School are looking to appoint a Research Associate with experience in agent-based modelling (ABM) to join the DRUM: Drivers of antimicrobial Resistance in Uganda and Malawi Consortium, a £3M programme funded by the MRC.

Deadline to apply is 31st December 2018.