CW12 Topics for lightning talks

QueensFrontQuad.jpgA lightning talk gives you three minutes (and one slide) to discuss your subject. They are the perfect way to introduce yourself at the workshop and get people talking about the subjects that interest you. You could talk about your work, an idea, a problem or anything that's related to software and research.

If you would like to present a lightning talk, let us know. You need to provide a title and a couple of sentences to describe the talk.

More information about the talks is provided on the lightning talks page.


Here are the slides from the lightning talks presented over the two days.

Lightning talk topics

  • Spreadsheet Science by Finn Bacall
  • The role of the Community and Campus Champions by Gillian Sinclair
  • Using Agile Methods in Collaboration with Domain Scientists by Robert Haines.
  • Help the Software Sustainability Institute with our unknowns by Mike Jackson
  • How to effectively use the potential of the scientific software user community in producing documentation by Aleksandra Pawlik.
  • Tools for Kinect, research tools and motion analysis by Simon Choppin
  • The Genome Standards Consortium by Norman Morrison.
  • Developing and localising for the international market by Malte Ressin.
  • "Click here" to design your UAV by Dirk Gorissen.
  • Software as an Infrastructure: EPSRC Action Plan by Dan Emmerson.
  • The Journal of Open Research Software by Brian Hole.
  • A computational-domain-model-centric process for comparative social simulation by Stuart Rossiter.
  • The YouShare VE: for Developers by Aaron Turner.
  • The importance of ethnography and epistemology on system (hardware and software) design by Sarbjit Bakshi.
  • Statistical modeling of molecular sequence data by Elisa Loza.
  • D3.js for data visualisation by Anna Powell-Smith
  • Data processing at the RCaH Lasers for Science Facility by Steve Fisher.
  • Ondex: an open source data integration, visualisation and analysis framework by Jan Taubert.
  • What I'd like to do with social software by Philip Fowler.
  • How to enable data-intensive research communities by Kenji Takeda.
  • Facilitating Collective Intelligence - New Connections and Collaborative Spaces by Jim Hensman
  • Knowledge Management for Sustainable Urban Regeneration by Steve Curwell
  • ICAT review by SSI by Alistair Mills

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