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

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Ian Hinder

University of Manchester
Research Software Engineer
Manchester, UK
Ian is a Research Software Engineer with a background in high performance computing and numerical methods. He obtained his PhD in Applied Mathematics (General Relativity) at the University of Southampton in 2005, and subsequently worked as a researcher at Penn State University and the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, colliding black holes on supercomputers. Ian is one of the maintainers of the Einstein Toolkit, the main open source framework for numerical relativity. He is interested in good software development and data analysis practices for research, and correctness and reproducibility of computational research outputs. He has a background in C/C++, Python, MPI, OpenMP, and Mathematica.
Monday, September 16
 

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Tuesday, September 17
 

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Wednesday, September 18
 

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Thursday, September 19
 

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