CERSE Meeting at the Bayes
The primary goal of the Community of Edinburgh Research Software Engineers (CERSE) is to invite active and interested Research Software Engineers (RSEs) to bootstrap and participate in a local community of practice.
Venue, Date, Time
G.03, Bayes Centre, 47 Potterrow, Edinburgh EH8 9BT on 15/03/23 at 15:00 (roughly for an hour followed by a networking session finishing at 16:45).
Code of Conduct
We expect all attendees at this meeting to abide by the Carpentries Code of Conduct. In summary, we encourage the following behaviour:
- Use welcoming and inclusive language
- Be respectful of different viewpoints and experiences
- Gracefully accept constructive criticism
- Focus on what is best for the community
- Show courtesy and respect towards other community members
Please see the link above for the full Code.
If someone violates the Code of Conduct during the event we ask that you report it to one of the organisers (Mario Antonioletti). All reports will be reviewed by the organisers and kept confidential.
Timetable for the day - unfortunately this event coincided with a strike day so there were some necessary changes.
|15:00||Intro: CERSE aims and objectives, Mario Antonioletti (EPCC/SSI, UoE) (pptx) (pdf)|
|15:10||Research Services, Mike Wallis (Research Services, ISG, UoE) (pdf)|
|15:20||Smart Data Foundry, Mike Spencer (Smart Data Foundry) (POSTPONED)|
|15:30||Automated Systematic Reviews, Andrew Horne (EDINA, ISG, UoE) (pdf)|
|15:40||Research Software Engineering at EPCC, Andy Turner change of speaker to Mario Antonioletti (EPCC, UoE) (pdf)|
|15:50||Close/intro to the ice breaker|
|15:55||Ice breaking session (opportunity to get to know your fellow attendees) (pptx) (pdf)|
|16:05||Coffee and biscuits - Networking session|
In order to get the correct numbers for catering please register for this event - limited to a max of 50 attendees. If you would like to know about previous CERSE activities go to this page.