Prof Stephen Eglen to open Collaborations Workshop 2022 with keynote on Code Review

Posted by j.laird on 1 December 2021 - 10:00am
Stephen Eglen
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UPDATE March 2022: The keynote will now be delivered by Daniel Nüst, Co-PI of CODECHECK. Find out more about the speakers.

We are excited to announce that Professor Stephen Eglen will deliver the Collaborations Workshop 2022 (CW22) keynote on Code Review.

This keynote will inform and inspire CW22 participants of the importance and motivations for code review in research, such as increasing transparency, trust, and reproducibility of research software.

Stephen Eglen is Professor of Computational Neuroscience, in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge. He has a long-standing interest in open science and reproducible research. He co-leads the CODECHECK project for reproducibility of computations in scientific publications. He is an associate editor for BiorXiv and is on advisory boards for F1000 Research and Gigabyte. He is also a Fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute.

About Collaborations Workshop 2022

CW22 will take place online from Monday 4 to Thursday 7 April 2022 and registration is open

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. Keep an eye on the CW22 website or sign up to receive CW22 updates and the links to the live streams closer to the event here.  

To find out more information, see the agenda and view the call for submissions, please visit the CW22 website.

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