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.
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