4th Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experiences (WSSSPE4)

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The Call for Submissions for WSSSPE4 is now open.  The event will be held at the School of Computer Science, University of Manchester 12th – 14th September 2016.

Progress in scientific research is dependent on the quality and accessibility of research software at all levels. It is now critical to address many new challenges related to the development, deployment, maintenance, and sustainability of open-use research software: the software upon which specific research results rely.  Open-use software means that the software is widely accessible (whether open source, shareware, or commercial). Research software means that the choice of software is essential to specific research results; using different software could produce different results.

In addition, it is essential that scientists, researchers, and students are able to learn and adopt a new set of software-related skills and methodologies. Established researchers are already acquiring some of these skills, and in particular, a specialized class of software developers is emerging in academic environments who are an integral and embedded part of successful research teams. WSSSPE provides a forum for discussion of these challenges, including both positions and experiences, and a forum for the community to assemble and act.

For more information on the conference tracks and Topics of Interest, please visit the event website.

Immediately preceding and co-located in Manchester with the  First Conference of Research Software Engineers (RSE Conference) (15th – 16th Sept., Manchester).

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