Workshop on the UK e-Infrastructure software ecosystem - Edinburgh - 16th October
Posted by n.chuehong
on 29 September 2015 - 4:44pm
The Software Sustainability Institute is hosting a workshop in Edinburgh on the 16th October to discuss the current and changing software ecosystem used on UK e-Infrastructure from laptops to supercomputers, with the aim of providing a report with recommendations for the RCUK e-Infrastructure Group, and BIS e-Infrastructure Leadership Council. It is being run on behalf of the National e-Infrastructure Project Directors Group, and the workshop is open to all working in the research software community, including users, service providers, developers, funders and policy makers.
Please come along to discuss, contribute to, and influence the following topics:
What are the key challenges to software provision and use?
What are the common enablers across e-Infrastructures and domains, and where are the differences?
Who owns the software stack and who has responsibility for maintaining it?