This project aims to advance science by increasing the productivity of researchers who use computational and data-intensive (CDI) methods for pushing the frontiers by developing a network for exchange of best practices in expert assistance and in the creation of supporting tool environments.
Connection details and additional information on the current webinar agenda is available here.
Join us at PEARC20 for a full day workshop focused on Research Software Engineers. The workshop will provide an opportunity for research software engineers to connect in person, share their work, and contribute to the growth of the community. There will be presentations from RSEs about their work and their groups, and about the development of the RSE community. We will work together to identify key tasks for building the research software engineering community and organize working groups to address these issues after the conference.
More information will be available as the event nears at the PEARC20 conference website.
We are excited to announce that through a generous grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, we will be able to hold a first US-RSE Association community building workshop, October 27-28, 2020 in Princeton, NJ. This won’t be an attempt to be an RSE conference, but a workshop focused on planning the best path forward to grow the US-RSE Association.
The workshop will have breakout sessions focused on a number of different topics pertinent to the US-RSE community. We’ll be working together to generate content for the us-rse.org website that promotes and supports current/future RSEs in alignment with the mission of the US-RSE Association. We will also plan follow-up activities to grow the community.
More information, including how to participate, can be found on the workshop event page.
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