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Leeds CityBy Shoaib Sufi, Community Lead.

The Collaborations Workshop 2017 (CW17—#CollabW17) will take place at the Leeds University Business School, from 27-29 March 2017. You can book your place here.

So what makes this event so unique and useful? Is it the breadth of people from research software? is it the IoT and Open Data theme? Is it the unconference inspired format? Is it the knowledge sharing? Is it the networking? Is it the mix of collaborations and competition? Is it the social programme? It’s all of these things and more!

To get a feel for how CW17 will unfold, take a look at the agenda (subject to some tweaks as we get nearer to the event). From lightning talks and discussions on the first day to more collaborative events and Q&A session on the second day through to the Hackday, all of our CW17 activities are designed to inform, inspire and empower those who attend.

Previous CW attendees have said:

“Lively event, mix of un-conference and workshop, open minded people, new ideas and tons of impulses to think further, networking opportunities not in a…

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Leeds CityBy Shoaib Sufi, Community Lead.

The Collaborations Workshop (CW) is the Institute’s premier event series. It brings together key members of the research software community: researchers, developers, managers, legal, admin, publishers, funders and leaders and more. Attendees present, discuss, build, make, network and explore key and current areas of the research software landscape. The Collaborations Workshop 2017 (CW17—#CollabW17) will take place in the green City of Leeds at the plush Leeds University Business School, on 27th–29th March 2017. Leeds University was awarded University of the Year 2017.

Register for CW17 at Eventbrite.

CW17 is focused on the hot topics of The Internet of Things (IoT) and Open Data, both harbour the promise of deep changes to the way we interact with devices and data in the coming years, both also have a clear impact on research and are software driven. To find out more about these key areas, where they overlap, what impact they will have on research and how you might incorporate them into what you’re doing,…

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Twitter: #CollabW17

The Software Sustainability Institute’s Collaborations Workshops series bring together researchers, developers, innovators, managers, funders, publishers, leaders and educators to explore best practices and the future of research software. Collaboration Workshop 17 (CW17) will take place from 27th to 29th March 2017 at the Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds. ​

The theme of the workshop will be The Internet of Things (IoT) and Open Data: implications for research.

Register

If you would like to attend, please register on the CW17 Eventbrite page 

Sponsorship opportunities

Sponser CW17 or the CW17 Hackday and reach the ambassadors of research software. Take a look at our fantastic sponsorship options.

Agenda

Take a look at what is planned at CW17.

Accommodation

Please see the CW17 Accommodation page for suggestions of where to stay.

Internet of Things and Open Data

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Open Data are two of the hottest topics at the moment. Both already have and will continue to have a remarkable…

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CW17 Sponsorship

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The Collaborators Workshop 2017 is only possible through generous contributions of our sponsors.  

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES: SIGN UP FORM

We appreciate all contributions! Below are suggested packages or you may contact us and we will work on tailoring a package for your needs.

UNIQUE ITEMS AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR ARE LISTED BELOW

Unique afternoon break - Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Parlour

Unique afternoon break - Edible fragrance factory & mist orbs

Unique afternoon break - The chocolate tap

Unique afternoon break - The caramel popcorn exploder

Conference bags

Branded pens

Lanyards with built in USB 4gb

Lanyards with built in USB 8gb

 

PLATINUM LEVEL – DONATIONS OF £1000

Platinum sponsors will receive the following benefits:

  • Display table in registration area for company materials
  • Name and company logo associated with or printed on a sponsored item (if applicable)
  • Company informational flyer given to all conference delegates
  • (3) full conference registrations
  • Organization logo, description and website link from the Collaborations Workshop website
  • Organization logo on printed materials
  • Organization logo on signage
  • Organization logo slides on the main session screen

GOLD LEVEL – DONATIONS OF £750

Gold sponsor will receive the following benefits:

  • Name and company logo…
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