The deadline for the Gateways 2018 Call for Participation has been extended to 16th May 2018.
Gateways 2018 (25th to 27th September , at the University of Texas at Austin) is accepting submissions of papers, demos, tutorials, and panels (two to four pages) on the topic of science or engineering gateways (VREs).
Software Sustainability Institute fellow Becky Arnold is arranging a series of talks on good coding practice and related topics. The first session will take place on the 2nd May at Sheffield University.
Are you working on a research software project, and would like to develop and scale your work? Would you like to create a business plan, understand cybersecurity, and learn about alternative funding models?
The Alan Turing Institute is delighted to invite you to two separate but related one day workshops that explore new forms of social exclusion in a digital society and the scope to monitor and mitigate these with digital resources.
UCL is looking for an experienced and motivated post-doctoral researcher to develop innovative methods and algorithms for kinetic Monte-Carlo (KMC) simulations of reactions on catalytic
The Software Sustainability Institute website will be down for scheduled maintenance on Thursday 26th April from 7:30am-8:00am. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Following the success of the Second Conference of Research Software Engineers, the RSE conference 2018 will take place at the Bramall Building at the University of Birmingham, on 3rd-4th September 2018. RSE18 is the perfect opportunity to promote your products and services to research software engineering leaders and decision makers (present and future) at the only conference purpose built for RSEs.
The Software Sustainability Institute is very pleased to announce that “Raising the status of software in research: A survey-based evaluation of the Software Sustainability Institute Fellowship Programme” by Shoaib Sufi and Caroline
The Workshop on Debugging Numerical Software will take place at the University of Bath (UK) on 4th & 5th June 2018. The goal of the workshop is to bring together research software engineers from industry and academia to talk about this important but often neglected topic. A lot of time “writing” code is actually spent hunting for (sometimes very elusive) bugs, yet there seems to be limited general advise or consensus on how to make this often arduous task easier.…
The Exascale Applications and Software Conference 2018 (EASC18) will take place on 17th to 19th April 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland, in the John McIntyre Conference Centre (JMCC). The general early-bird registration fee is £325, and early-bird student registration fee: £250. Early-bird registrations are open until the 28th March 2018.