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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 • 18:30 - 19:30
P7 - Supporting research software at Imperial College London

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The wide range of RSE teams that have been set up at institutions across the UK and internationally demonstrates the growing importance of research software engineering and how it is now considered to be a key aspect of the research environment. However, providing RSE capabilities at an institution is not only about setting up an RSE team. The wider research community and the many researcher/developers who are likely to remain within research groups are also important in ensuring sustainable, reliable and robust research software outputs. In this poster we will present our RSE activities at Imperial College London that cover research software development, a research software community and a programme of training workshops that are helping to develop the next generation of research software developers. We consider that this set of different activities offers a complete package to support research software and ensure strong and reproducible research outputs. It also has the potential to act as a template or case study for other institutions looking to bring together similar sets of RSE capabilities. The poster will include a group of co-authors representing the different RSE activity areas.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Cohen

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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Mark Woodbridge

RSE Team Lead, Imperial College London



Tuesday September 17, 2019 18:30 - 19:30
6. The Great Hall Aston Webb Building