RSEConUK 2019 has ended
The Fourth Conference of Research Software Engineering was held at the University of Birmingham.

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Tuesday, September 17

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P1 - N8 CIR: Building a collaborative network of RSEs across 8 northern universities 6. The Great HallKirsty Pringle P10 - DYNAMO: Dynamic Analysis Modelling and Optimisation of GDI engines 6. The Great HallAiman Shaikh P11 - Cloud-Hosted Training on Remote Desktops 6. The Great HallTimothy Booth P12 - Virtual Wind Tunnel 6. The Great HallTim Powell P13 - A journey towards Agile at scale: experiences from the SKA 6. The Great HallBenjamin Mort P14 - Implementation and performance comparison of queuing algorithms for use in Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations 6. The Great HallGiannis Savva • Michail Stamatakis P15 - Code Review tools beyond pull requests, in academia 6. The Great HallMatthaios Alexandrakis P17 - pkgreviewr: supporting rOpenSci package reviews through guidance, automation and templating 6. The Great HallAnna Krystalli P18 - Using modern technologies to keep pace with the rapidly increasing volume of Earth Observation Satellite Data. 6. The Great HallJames Dingle P19 - NAG and the RSE community 6. The Great HallMichael Croucher P2 - RoboTA - an Automated Feedback and Assessment Tool 6. The Great HallPeter Crowther P3 - RSE Enabling High Performance Computing 6. The Great HallAnna (Ania) Brown P4 - Supporting CaStLeS in the Cloud: Research Software Engineering Challenges in the Medical and Life Sciences 6. The Great HallSimon Hartley P5 - SLURM Plugin: A Jenkins plugin for submitting jobs to SLURM systems 6. The Great HallEli Chadwick P6 - Developing online software for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk Prediction 6. The Great HallAndrew Lee P7 - Supporting research software at Imperial College London 6. The Great HallJeremy Cohen • Mark Woodbridge P8 - SOMBRERO: A high-performance parallel benchmark from computational particle physics 6. The Great HallEd Bennett P9 - An Innovative Way to Empower Reading Notes: SN4RE 6. The Great HallDaouda Sawadogo

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