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

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Kirsty Pringle

Center for Environmental Modelling and Computation, University of Leeds
Model Domain Exper
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/) at the University of Leeds.

I am also the RSE Theme Lead for N8 CIR a newly formed centre of excellence in Computationally Intensive Research across the N8 group of research intensive universityies in the North or England (https://n8cir.org.uk/, @N8CIR). In that role I am working to build a community of RSEs across the N8, and work with academics (particularly in the Digital Health and Digital Humanities fields) to identify areas where RSE work can enhance research.