Carlos Martinez-Ortiz

At the SSI’s Collaborations Workshop 2023, we examined the challenges of assessing research software outputs for academic evaluation in a fair and useful manner.
The Report on the Workshop on Sustainable Software Sustainability 2021 (WoSSS21) is now available and is the 4th report in the series of WoSSS reports. The report highlights a snapshot of the findings from the WoSSS21 workshop around the state of software sustainability efforts.
This blog post was first posted by the Research Software Alliance and Netherlands eScience Center. On 8 and 9 November, the Research Software Alliance (ReSA) and Netherlands eScience Center organised the International Funders Workshop: The Future of Research Software.
The name of the workshop may sound a little odd, but it has a serious purpose. We interview the organizers of the 2021 Workshop on Sustainable Software Sustainability to learn more.
The report is now available from the Workshop on Sustainable Software Sustainability 2019 (WOSSS19).
By Alexander Struck, Chris Richardson, Matthias Katerbow, Rafael Jimenez, Carlos Martinez-Ortiz, and Jared O'Neal. Software written to solve research questions gains more recognition as a research result of its own and requires evaluation in terms of usability as well as its potential to facilitate high-impact and reproducible research. Indeed, in recent times there has been increased emphasis on the importance of reproducibility in science – particularly of results where software is involved. In order to tackle this problem, there have been efforts for evaluating reproducibility of research…
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