25-29 August 2014, University of Aachen, Germany
By Olexandr Konovalov, Research Fellow, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Computational Algebra, University of St AndrewsHighlights:
1. The talk about the Recomputation.org project was very enthusiastically received by the audience.
2. Some interesting questions and suggestions we made (see event report for their outline).
By Bob Patton, Lecturer in clinical psychology, University of Surrey.
UCL Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC) Conference 2015 was a two-day conference held at Senate House (London) to bring together experts from behavioural science, computer science, engineering and human/computer interaction. The primary key note presentation was from Professor Bonnie Spring of Northwestern University, who discussed how an over reliance upon technology focused solution can be de-motivating, lead to reduced self efficacy and higher attrition rates from treatment programmes.
In the context of…
By James Baker, Curator, Digital Research, British Library @j_w_baker
There are complex challenges in the humanities around software sustainability. For if it is true that humanists rely on software to do research, and increasingly software developed by their community, many if not most do not value the use of software and their nascent systems of credit for good software development and reuse are fragile. And so if the humanities are to make the best of the vast and growing digitised and born-digital corpora held by research libraries, key stakeholders in the field must ascribe…
14-19 November 2014 at the Walter E Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA
21-22 October 2014 at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), Norwich Research Park
10-12 September 2014 at The Real Retreat, Flore, Northants
18-21 September 2014, at EMBL-EBI, Cambridge
1-5 September 2014, The Natural History Museum, London
by Farah Ahmed, SSI Fellow and X-Ray CT Facility Manager, Natural History Museum, London