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Welcome to the Fourth Conference of Research Software Engineering, held at the University of Birmingham. For directions to and during the event, see the campus maps page.

In the Aston Webb Building near to the registration/reception desk, a cloakroom is available in room G30 along with a quiet room in G31.

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Tuesday, September 17




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
Wednesday, September 18


Thursday, September 19