Call for submissions to Collaborations Workshop 2022
Posted by j.laird
on 8 December 2021 - 9:30am
Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22) will take place online from Monday 4 - Thursday 7 April 2022 and the call for submissions for participant-led mini-workshops and social activities is open! The deadline for submissions is 23:59 GMT on 4 February, and we will notify applicants of the outcomes by 18 February.
Mini-workshops and demo sessions
Are you interested in running a 30 or 60 minute session to demonstrate a particular software product, approach or standard? Deliver specific training or an interactive tutorial? Conduct information gathering or explore a topic? Or another idea?
Mini-workshop and demo sessions offer unique opportunities for CW22 participants and sponsors to give an in-depth look at a particular tool or approach relating to research software. We are looking for sessions connected to one or more of the CW22 themes - Code Review, Ethics, Hybrid Working, and Software Sustainability - but are happy to consider any proposals involving research software. Proposals can also be related to pitches for the CW22 Hack Day. You can submit your proposal for Mini-workshops and demo sessions here.
If you are looking for inspiration, the themes of last year’s Collaborations Workshop 2021 were FAIR Research Software, Diversity and Inclusion, and Software Sustainability, and you can view the successful submissions here.
Social Programme Activities
We are also calling for submissions for participant-led social activities to take place during our virtual social programme! Do you have an idea for a networking or social activity? Want to lead a quiz or games night? Yoga or meditation session? Birds of a feather session? Or another idea? You can submit your proposal for Social Programme activities here.
About Collaborations Workshop 2022
CW22 will take place online from Monday 4 April - Thursday 7 April 2022 and registration is open via Eventbrite.
This year, the CW22 keynote presentations and panel will be broadcasted live via the Institute’s YouTube channel and immediately made available for everyone, particularly those who are unable to participate in the full programme. You can sign up to receive a reminder and the links to the live streams closer to the event here.