Eureka 2.0: Software and Open Science


At this high-level seminar, Simon Hettrick, deputy director of the Software Sustainability Institute and co-director of Southampton Research Software Group, and David Osimo, director of research at the Lisbon Council, discussed the growing importance of software engineering for scientific breakthroughs. Dr Hettrick discussed the grassroots movement emerging in the United Kingdom and elsewhere to promote, recognise and reward research software engineers (RSEs) for their role in obtaining major scientific breakthroughs.

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