Latest version published on 26 January, 2023.Peter Schmidt reflects on his experience hosting Code For Thought for the past two years.
Latest version published on 24 January, 2023.SSI Fellow Mozhgan Kabiri chimeh and Elsa Gonsiorowski recap their experience at the Women in High-Performance Computing (WHPC) workshop at the SC22 in Dallas, Texas.
Latest version published on 20 January, 2023.SSI Fellow attends the H3D Symposium in South Africa and tells us about the role research software plays in public health and fighting infectious diseases in Africa.
Latest version published on 18 January, 2023.SSI Fellow Jannetta Steyn tells us about the exciting work she and others have done to create and test CarpentriesOffline, a version of The Carpentries workshops that uses a Raspberry Pi (RPi) computer to take the lessons offline when there is limited or no access to the internet.
Latest version published on 17 January, 2023.The challenges to Hybrid working and how we can overcome them. Part of the CW22 speed blog post series.
Latest version published on 12 January, 2023.In the third of four blogs SSI Fellow, Meag Doherty, speaks about RSE's experience with UX design following a week of talks and meetups in London and Cambridge. She shares tales of negative experiences and what we can do about it.
The intersection of Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) and Human-Centred Design (HCD)
Latest version published on 11 January, 2023.In the second of four blog posts related to the topic of human-centred design, Meag Doherty summarises her talk focussing on human-centred design at the last Alan Turing's AI for multiple long-term conditions: Research Support Facility (RSF) project seminar series.
Latest version published on 18 January, 2023.SSI Fellow, Jannetta Steyn, reflects on teaching an Internet of Things workshop at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. This article was first posted on the Society of Research Software Engineering website.
Latest version published on 6 January, 2023.SSI Fellow, Meag Doherty, speaks about her motivation for attending RSECon22: to raise the profile of human-centred design — a way of working that centres user needs throughout a project— in research software development.
Latest version published on 15 December, 2022.We're proud to announce our Fellows 2023 cohort. Join us in welcoming the 18 new Software Sustainability Institute Fellows for 2023, plus six International Fellows—three through our International Fellowship pilot and three through a collaboration with Open Life Science!