SSI Fellow, David Wilby, has recently opened a survey of academic MATLAB users with the aim of collecting data on the state of understanding of reproducibility concepts and tools and the appetite for training in this area.
Dr. Domhnall Carlin discusses research within his EPSRC RSE Fellowship, aiming to gauge the existence of and to develop software publication policies in academia.
Make your voice and experience heard by taking part in our survey to help understand the UKRI community’s software, skills and computing needs.
Take part in a survey of the Digital Research Infrastructure Requirements for AI. Contributions are welcomed from all users of UK Digital Research Infrastructure, including organisations that do not currently develop or deploy AI, but might have an interest in doing so in future. 
Our survey on digital methods and software in the economics and social sciences research areas closes on Sunday 6 March. Take part now! 
We are looking for reviewers of a survey investigating software and skills for digital research infrastructures we are currently developing. We are particularly looking for reviewers whose natural funder would be EPSRC, BBSRC, MRC, or NERC to provide input on the language and questions
STRIDE is a £1 million project on socio-technical resilience in software development and is looking for people who do software engineering work in a research context (including both those who do and do not currently identify as RSE’s) to take part in a survey.
We had over 120 responses to the survey of digital and software requirements for the AHRC research community, and we’re now delighted to announce the winners of the £50 vouchers.
Surveys are used in academia to collect data, investigate research questions, or to understand environments and drive policy. Can we improve their sustainability and reusability?
The results from the 2018 RSE international survey are available to consultation. This year we had a total of 985 participants from 32 different countries.
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