Software Sustainability Institute

Come and find out about The Software Sustainability Institute at the University of Edinburgh on Tuesday 26th March at 14:00, in the Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh. Neil Chue Hong, Institute Director, and Mario Antonioletti, Research Software Engineer, will give an overview of the important role that software plays in research and innovation and describe some of the Institute’s activities around the research software community in the UK and in Edinburgh. In particular, Neil & Mario will present different opportunities to collaborate with us and connect you to a wider research…
By Selina Aragon, Communications Lead. 2018 has been a successful year full of activities and events here at the Institute. As the year is coming to an end, we thought we’d gather some of our best stories to share them with our readers. So, here’s what we’ve been up to.

The Software Sustainability Institute has been collaborating on an NSF proposal with a US consortium (led by Dr Karthik Ram from the University of California, Berkeley, and Daniel S. Katz, Jeffrey Carver, Sandra Gesing and Nicholas Weber as co-PIs) to prototype an organisation similar to the Software Sustainability Institute in the United States.

The Institute was founded to support the UK’s research software community - a community that includes the majority of UK’s researchers.

A copy of this paper, as published in Computing and Science and Engineering in its Nov-Dec 2013 edition, is available via its Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1109/MCSE.2013.133

We're delighted to report that one of the Software Sustainability Institute's Co-Investigators, Professor Carole Goble, has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the recent New Year's Honours.

The award is in recognition for her services to science, and we have benefitted greatly from her knowledge and experience at the Institute.

Well done Carole!

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