To be held as part of
St. Louis, MO and online, November 15, 2021
Research software engineers (RSEs) are critical to the impact of HPC, data science, and the larger scientific community. They have existed for decades, though often not under that name. The past several years, however, have seen the development of the RSE concept, common job titles, and career paths; the creation of professional networks to connect RSEs; and the emergence of RSE groups at universities, national laboratories, and industry.
This workshop will bring together RSEs and allies involved in HPC, from all over the world, to grow the RSE community by establishing and strengthening professional networks of current RSEs and RSE leaders. We'll discuss current activities and plans of national RSE organizations, discuss needs of RSEs and RSE groups, and write a report on ways RSE organizations can help address these issues.
Most of the workshop will be spent in interactive discussions, preceded by a keynote address and several shorter talks.
- Submissions open: Monday, June 7, 2021
- Submissions due: Friday, August 6, 2021 - NO EXTENSIONS
- Notifications sent: Friday, September 3, 2021
- Program finalized: Friday, September 17, 2021
- Workshop date: Monday, November 15, 2021