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Oct 1 to Oct 15th - Online
Oct 2, 12-1:30 PM Tutorial: Valentina Staneva, “GitHub Actions for Scientific Data Workflows
Oct 4, 12-1:30 PM Tutorial: Lee Liming, Vas Vasiliadis and Steve Turoscy, “Using Globus Platform Services in Research Software Applications
Oct 5, 12-3:30 PM Tutorial: Nick Santos, “Introduction to Spatial Data Processing
Oct 10, 12-3:30 PM Tutorial: Dave Clements, “Publish your software in conda-forge
Oct 12, 12-3:30 PM Tutorial: Reed Milewicz and Miranda Mundt, “Software Quality Practices for Reproducibility
Monday, Oct 16th
8:00 AM Breakfast / Registration
8:45 AM Welcome (Sandra Gesing, Julia Damerow, Ian Cosden)
9:15 AM Keynote: Software-Enabled Discovery Through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Mary Ann Leung
10:00 AM Break
10:30 AM Session 1: Panel - DevOps & Cyberinfrastructure, Illinois Room
"CyVerse Discovery Environment: A Technological Solution to the Reproducibility Crisis in Scientific Research"
"A Reproducible Method for Downscaling Synthetic Populations to Realistic Residential Locations"
"Tapis Systems Enable Collaborative Data Management in Science Gateways"
"CACAO: A Research Software Platform for the Cloud"
"Leveraging Single-Page Applications for Seamless Scientific Workflows: DevSecOps Considerations"
11:30 AM Session 2: Panel - Sponsors, Illinois Room
12:00 PM Lunch / Student Program Kick-Off Event
1:00 PM Session 3A: Culture & Community 1, Cardinal Room Session 3B: DevOps & Cyberinfrastructure, Illinois Room
"Experiences in how RSE community identity leads to improved research software practices"
"Training Efforts in DOE’s HPC Facilities: ECP and beyond"
"Academic OSPO & RSE Group: Engaging Students in Open and Collaborative Development"
"An international census of research software in institutional academic repositories"
"PULSE: Real-Time Monitoring and Analysis Framework Leveraging Twitter Data"
"Building Research Apps with Globus PaaS"
"Conquering Data Chaos: Research Data Management with Kubernetes"
"Package and Environment Management with conda"
2:00 PM Break
2:15 PM Workshop 1: Jeffrey Carver, Neil Chue Hong and Miranda Mundt, “Software Engineering for Research Software Engineering (SE4RSE'23)”, Illinois Room Workshop 2: Angela Herring and Elaine M. Raybourn, “Emerging as a Team Leader through Cultural Challenges”, Cardinal Room Workshop 3: Google Cloud Team, "Unlocking the Potential of HPC in the Cloud with Open-Source Tools", Fort Dearborn Room
5:00 PM Poster Session / Job Board / Happy hour, Illinois Room
7:00 PM Student Program Social
Tuesday, Oct 17th
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM Keynote: Research software engineering – from “what” and “where” to “why” and “how”: looking to the future of Software Enabled Discovery, Neil Chue Hong
9:45 AM Break
10:15 AM Session 4: Panel - Research & Development Tooling 1, Illinois Room
"Developing IN-CORE Community App: Web Application for Community Resilience"
"Enabling Interconnected Science Workflows through an Adapter Approach"
"Employing Research Community Networks to Assess Research Software Engineer (RSE) Impact"
"Best practices for documenting a scientific Python project"
"Monorepos for Research Software Projects"
11:15 AM Session 5: Panel - Sponsors, Illinois Room
11:45 AM Lunch / Group photo
1:00 PM Session 6A: Software Engineering Practice, Illinois Room Session 6B: Research & Development Tooling 2, Cardinal Room
"An Experience Report on Incorporating Evidence-Based Practice Techniques in a Research Software Engineering Team"
"Challenges and Strategies for Testing Automation Practices at Sandia National Laboratories"
"Software engineering to sustain a high-performance computing scientific application: QMCPACK"
"Peer Code Review in Research Software: Enhancing Quality and Collaboration"
"Metamorphic Testing for Scientific Software"
"Scaling research data management: how relational databases unlock new potential in experiment traceability, throughput, automation, and insights"
"Utilizing Complexity Metrics During Code Reviews to Promote Software Sustainability"
"Embracing the (re)decentralized web for sustainable research collaboration cyberinfrastructure"
"Visual Studio Code on HPC Clusters: Unleashing the Power of Visual Studio Code for High-Performance"
"Extrapolation and Interpolation in Machine Learning Modeling with Fast Food and astartes"
"Stylo2gg: Visualizing reproducible stylometric analysis"
"Research data with Airtable: processing and parsing"
"Anotemos: A Media Annotation Software for Efficient Research Analysis"
"Porting irregular bioinformatics algorithms to GPUs and integrating them in large scale bioinformatics applications"
"Multi-Mesh Operations (MMOPS): A Library for Mesh Agnostic Implementation of 3D Physics"
"Exploring biologically relevant chemical space - The data way"
3:00 PM Break
3:30 PM BoFs 1A: Get Involved with PyOpenSci! Building diverse community around scientific Python open source software through peer review, training, and mentorshipCode Review for Research Software, Cardinal Room BoFs 1B: What does it mean to be an RSE at a National Lab?, Illinois Room BoFs 1C: Polyglot Software Development and Language Interoperation, Fort Dearborn Room
5:00 PM Social Hour
6:00 PM Conference Dinner / Awards, Illinois Room
Wednesday, Oct 18th
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM BoFs 2A: Notebooks as a Possible Future for Scientific Publication, Better Practices for Sharing Software, and RSE Authorship, Illinois Room BoFs 2B: Code Review for Research Software, Cardinal Room BoFs 2C: Alternative Routes to Becoming a Research Software Engineer: The Role of Doctorate and Essential Skills, Fort Dearborn Room
10:30 AM Break
11:00 AM Session 7A: ML/AI, Illinois Room Session 7B: Research & Development Tooling 3, Cardinal Room
"Navigating the Integration of Machine Learning into Domain Research"
"Supporting Nuclear Energy Research with MLOps"
"Integrating Adversarial Observation: Enhancing Robustness, Interpretability, and Trustworthiness in Machine Learning Systems"
"Towards Generating Software Requirements from the Socio-Technical Artifacts of Climate Models"
"Open Free Energy: An Open Source Ecosystem for Alchemistry"
"Enhancing Reproducibility in Environmental Health Studies through a Systematic Approach to Streamline Exposure Data Processing"
"Developing Performance Portable Astrophysics Codes for Exascale Supercomputers"
"LINCC - developing software for large-scale analysis of data"
12:00 PM Lunch / Student Program Closing Ceremonies
1:00 PM Session 8: Culture & Community 2, Illinois Room
"Princeton University’s RSE Summer Internship and Fellowship Programs"
"Focus Groups to Focus Efforts: Building the NERSC User Community of Practice"
"INnovative Training Enabled by a Research Software Engineering Community of Trainers (INTERSECT)"
2:00 PM Break
2:15 PM Session 9: Panel - Funding Agencies, Illinois Room
3:15 PM Adjourn

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