Seeking Speakers for Research Programming in Practice Seminars
By James P J Hetherington, on 1 July 2013
At UCL Research Software Development, we continue to host a Practice of Research Programming Event Series.
Across all research fields, the day-to-day work of many researchers now involves significant amounts of programming.
This series provides a forum for these practitioners of computational research to share the techniques that underpin their work. Discussions focus on generalizable methodologies, not scientific results.
Most sessions take the form of traditional research seminars, where speakers present techniques they have used in their research. Speakers give examples of using best practice or novel techniques to achieve better scientific outcomes from software construction and maintainance.
We seek speakers from across the computational research community to present at this series.
The audience may be assumed to be an audience of programming scientists from all fields, so an overview of research content should only assume a general advanced scientific background, while technical software engineering content can be more advanced.