Getting to know your 2021 RSE Fellows — Thomas Dowrick

This week we’re introducing Thomas Dowrick from UCL! Learn more about him here. Improving Research Translation in Image Guided Surgery The medical devices field has historically focused on hardware innovations, but in an increasingly data-driven field, innovation has shifted towards technologies such as AI and augmented reality. As software becomes increasingly central to modern...

2021 Trustee Elections and AGM

The third election of trustees of the Society of Research Software Engineering will be taking place this September, along with our Annual General Meeting (AGM). Nominations are open from now (Monday 2nd August) until midnight at the end of Monday 23rd August.

Getting to know your 2021 RSE Fellows — Ed Bennett

Introducing Ed Bennett from Swansea University! Read about his background and fellowship plans here. Ed Bennett – Supporting reproducibility in STFC science Hi! I’m Ed Bennett, and unlike the authors of the other blog entries in this series, rather than EPSRC, I’ve just become the first RSE Fellow to be funded by STFC. STFC...

Trustee Elections 2020

The second election of trustees of the Society of Research Software Engineering will be taking place this Autumn. Nominations are open from now (see below) until midnight at the end of Tuesday 1st September, with members voting in September over a period of three weeks. Results will be announced in early October as the...

Peter Schmidt: RSE Stories Podcast

“I love podcasts! They can be a great medium to learn about new ideas, get entertained and listen to great stories. And since the work of research software engineers takes us to so many different areas of exiting research I thought it might be a good idea to have a podcast for and from...

COVID-19 software and the RSE role

One positive outcome from the controversy around the modelling of the COVID-19 pandemic is that many more people are aware that the reliability of research results is inexorably linked to the reliability of the software used to generate them. Ultimately, if we value reliable research, we must value reliable research software – and this...

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RSLondonSouthEast2020

On Thursday 6th February 2020, nearly 100 researchers, RSEs, software engineers, funder representatives and others with an interest in research software gathered at the Royal Society in London for RSLondonSouthEast 2020.