This year, the Institute’s Fellowship Programme 2019 will call for applications in November 2018. Candidates will have the same amount of time as in previous years to prepare their application – six weeks.

We are pleased to announce that the Software Sustainability Institute's Collaborations Workshop 2019 (CW19) will take place in the West Park Teaching Hub, at Loughborough University, from Monday 1st April to Wednesday 3rd April 2019.
By Mike Jackson, Software Architect. The Software Sustainability Institute has published a set of guides about depositing research software into digital repositories. These guides cover the main aspects of software deposit.
The Software Sustainability Institute website will be down for scheduled maintenance on Friday 10th August 2018 from 7:30am to 8:30am.
By Eike Mueller, University of Bath. If you are anything like me, you write code which contains bugs (in my case: lots of bugs). You probably also use code or tools written by others, which might contain even more bugs (e.g. in compilers, scripts, external numerical libraries etc.).
On the Software Heritage archive portal, more than 4 billion files from more than 80 million origins are available since June 7, 2018, date of the official opening ceremony held at the UNESCO, in the presence of sponsors and partners of Software Heritage. 
Computing in Science & Engineering (CiSE) is calling for papers for an upcoming special issue to be published in January/February 2020. This issue will examine the state of software and data citation, inform the community of the excellent resources available to advance research and education goals, and inform future directions for research and implementation.
By Julio Vega, University of Manchester. As part of my PhD where we are researching if we can use smartphone data to monitor the progression of Parkinson’s Disease, we found out that we had to go “Back to Analogue” as a paper diary was the best tool for patients to self-report their symptoms.

Imperial College’s Research Computing Service are recruiting a developer to join as a Research Software Engineer (RSE). The successful applicant will be collaborating with leading researchers across the College, using appropriate technology to solve a diverse range of meaningful challenges.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to work employed by the University of Cambridge but embedded in a startup nearby in Cambridge. Accepted candidates would be working on InterMine (an open source biological data warehouse) and would be working towards identifying cancer drug targets. The key objective of this role is to develop an analysis platform using the data warehouse InterMine to help STORM advance their cancer research. The KTP program aims to develop future business leaders and thus offers excellent training (dedicated annual budget), supervision and mentoring.

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