The Software Sustainability Institute’s Collaborations Workshop series brings together researchers, developers, innovators, managers, funders, publishers, policy makers, leaders and educators to explore best practices and the future of research software. Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22) took place online from Monday 4 April - Thursday 7 April 2022 (4 days).
Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22)
4 April 2022
Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22)
The themes of CW22 are:
- Code Review
- Hybrid Working
- Software Sustainability
Why you should attend
Blog posts and news items:
- Videos from Collaborations Workshop 2022 now online
- Highlights from Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Announcing the panel on ethics at Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Announcing the mini-workshops and demo sessions at Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Deadline for CW22 lightning talks extended to 11 March
- Call for lightning talks at Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Deadline for CW22 mini-workshop and social activity proposals: 4 February
- Dr Pamela Ugwudike to deliver keynote on ethics at Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Financial assistance available for Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Call for submissions to Collaborations Workshop 2022
- Prof Stephen Eglen to open Collaborations Workshop 2022 with keynote on Code Review
- Registration is open for Collaborations Workshop 2022!
- Videos from Collaborations Workshop 2021 now online
- The RSE landscape
- (Do not) make it new: On Reusing Research Software and Tools in Digital Humanities Scholarship
- Highlights from Collaborations Workshop 2021
- Highlights from Collaborations Workshop 2020
- SSI Collaborations Workshop 2020: Remote unconference experience and notes
- Collaborations Workshop 2020 session recordings
- Familiar faces: Videos on better and sustainable research software from Collaborations Workshop 2019
- 10 things I didn’t do at my first unconference
Note that CW22 will take place over 4 days instead of 3. The first three days will be shorter in length than previous years to accommodate the Keynote presentations, Lightning Talks, Discussion session, Mini-workshop and Demo sessions, and Collaborative Ideas session. The fourth day will be longer to facilitate the Hack Day.
Registration is closed.
The Software Sustainability Institute is committed to fostering and supporting a diverse, equitable and inclusive research software community. We are proud to offer financial assistance to members of underrepresented groups, students/early career stages, and others who may not be able to attend or fully participate in the event otherwise.
The call for financial assistance is now closed.
Call for Submissions
If you have outputs or materials such as presentation slides relating to your session, please submit them to the CW22 Figshare conference portal here.
Mini-workshops and demo sessions: The call for mini-workshop and demo sessions is now closed..
Social Programme activities: The call for social programme activities is now closed.
Lightning talks: The call for lightning talks is now closed.
Please visit our Sponsors page to see who is partnering with CW22.
Venue and Accessibility
Live transcription and captioning will be provided using Otter.ai.
A CW22 Slack workspace is available for participants to connect, engage in discussion, ask questions, and forge new collaborations. These conversations can persist long after the Zoom room has closed. The invitation link will be emailed to participants via the email they registered with.
We will be using Google Documents for collaborative note-taking and keeping everyone synchronised during CW22. The links to these documents will be shared with participants on the day.
We recommend joining with a good quality headset with microphone, plenty of screen space (either using a large monitor or second screen), a normally reliable WiFi signal or wired connection, and a quiet room where you are less likely to be disturbed (but we understand this might be difficult given the current circumstances).
More about Collaborations Workshop 2022
The Software Sustainability Institute invites all members of the research software community to explore and discuss the themes described above and other related issues at CW22.
CW22 participants will gain insight into the topics of Code Review, Ethics, Hybrid Working, and Software Sustainability and how these impact on research. It is also an ideal opportunity to form collaborations (on average, CW participants start two new collaborations by attending) and to discuss topics proposed by attendees. CW22 is a great place to network and participants will meet many of the new and existing Software Sustainability Institute Fellows – key ambassadors in varied research domains.
Take a look at the Highlights from Collaborations Workshop 2021 and the videos on better and sustainable research software to better understand what happens at a Collaborations Workshop. Also please read the various blog posts listed above from previous Collaborations Workshops to better understand why you should attend and what you will gain.
By registering for CW22, you agree to abide by our Participation Guidelines, which include policies related to Code of Conduct, Privacy, Social Media and Intellectual Property.