Adrian Price-Whelan - Simons Foundation
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This talk in the US-RSE Funder Talk Series will feature Adrian Price-Whelan, Assistant Director of Scientific Software at the Simons Foundation.
This event will take place Tuesday, December 12th at 12 PM ET, 11 AM CT, 10 AM MT, 9 AM PT
Please join us in this interactive conversation. (If you can’t participate in the interactive event, where you will be able to ask questions and help funders understand US-RSE, it will also be recorded.)
Assistant Director of Scientific Software
Adrian Price-Whelan leads the “Milky Way and Nearby Universe” research group as a research scientist in the Center for Computational Astrophysics (CCA) at the Flatiron Institute. He is an expert in the gravitational dynamics of stars and the study of dark matter in our galaxy, the Milky Way. Price-Whelan believes strongly in the principles of open science as a means toward improving the accessibility and inclusiveness of science and scientific research. He actively contributes to the scientific open-source software ecosystem and has been a leader in the Astropy Project, a large community software project that supports astronomical research in Python. Price-Whelan is also leading an initiative at the Simons Foundation to fund scientific software development in math and the physical sciences.
You can register on Zoom for this presentation. A recording of the presentation will be made available to those who have registered.