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The Fourth Conference of Research Software Engineering was held at the University of Birmingham.

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Tuesday, September 17 • 15:30 - 16:30
Lightning Talks for Posters

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A TWO minute lightning talk for each poster:
  1. N8 CIR: Building a collaborative network of RSEs across 8 northern universities: Kirsty Pringle
  2. RoboTA - an Automated Feedback and Assessment Tool: Peter Crowther
  3. RSE Enabling High Performance Computing: Anna Brown
  4. Supporting CaStLeS in the Cloud: Research Software Engineering Challenges in the Medical and Life Sciences: Simon Hartley
  5. SLURM Plugin: A Jenkins plugin for submitting jobs to SLURM systems: Eli Chadwick
  6. Developing online software for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk Prediction: Andrew Lee
  7. Supporting research software at Imperial College London: Jeremy Cohen, Mark Woodbridge
  8. SOMBRERO: A high-performance parallel benchmark from computational particle physics: Ed Bennett
  9. An Innovative Way to Empower Reading Notes: SN4RE: Daouda Sawadogo
  10. DYNAMO: Dynamic Analysis Modelling and Optimisation of GDI engines: Aiman Shaikh
  11. Cloud-Hosted Training on Remote Desktops: Timothy Booth
  12. Virtual Wind Tunnel: Tim Powell
  13. A journey towards Agile at scale: experiences from the SKA: Benjamin Mort
  14. Implementation and performance comparison of queuing algorithms for use in Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations: Giannis D. Savva, Michail Stamatakis
  15. Code Review tools beyond pull requests, in academia: Matthaios Alexandrakis
  16. (withdrawn)
  17. pkgreviewr: supporting rOpenSci package reviews through guidance, automation and templating: Anna Krystalli
  18. Using modern technologies to keep pace with the rapidly increasing volume of Earth Observation Satellite Data: James Dingle
  19. NAG and the RSE community: Mike Croucher

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Teri Forey

Research Software Engineer, University of Leicester

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Aiman Shaikh

Research Software Engineer, STFC
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Kirsty Pringle

Model Domain Exper, Center for Environmental Modelling and Computation, University of Leeds
I am an atmospheric scientist and RSE, specialising in helping people use weather and climate models for research into climate change and atmospheric pollution. I work with a domain-specific technical support group called the Centre for Environmental Modelling And Computation (https://www.cemac.leeds.ac.uk... Read More →
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Ed Bennett

Senior Research Software Engineer, Swansea University
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Anna Krystalli

Research Software Engineer, University of Sheffield
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Anna (Ania) Brown

RSE, University of Oxford
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Simon Hartley

University of Birmingham
Talk to me about Computational Biology, Programming and Robots
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Eli Chadwick

Research Software Engineer, Science and Technology Facilities Council

Andrew Lee

Research Associate, The University of Cambridge
I work in cancer genetic epidemiology, building models to predict a person's risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer.
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Jeremy Cohen

Research Fellow, Imperial College London
I am an EPSRC RSE Fellow based in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London and affiliated to Imperial's RSE team.My work focuses on developing tools and middleware to support scientists, and their codes, across a variety of domains. This includes developing technical... Read More →
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Daouda Sawadogo

Researcher&Soft Architect, SN4RE
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Timothy Booth

Developer and Bioinformatician, Edinburgh Genomics
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Tim Powell

Research Software Engineer, STFC Hartree Centre
I am an RSE working at STFC's supercomputing centre, the Hartree Centre. I am interested in automated workflows, cloud computing, HPC, best practices, and industry collaboration.

Matthaios Alexandrakis

Research Software Engineer, Queen Mary University of London
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Michael Croucher

Developer Advocate, Numerical Algorithms Group
Many academics improve the impact of the research by collaborating with NAG to get their algorithms into our library and in front of customers. The feedback from these customers can lead to new research questions. Also, Cloud computing!

James Dingle

Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Tuesday September 17, 2019 15:30 - 16:30 BST
1. Bramall - Elgar Concert Hall Aston Webb Building