Want to use mobile apps in your research?

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Come along to the Research IT club on the 4th of April to find out more about our new mobile application development service.  If you want to use mobile apps in your research or are interested in having an app developed as part of a research grant application, then this is the Research IT Club for you!

As well as our feature presentations there will also be updates on the latest news from our Research IT infrastructure team and the Applications and Software team who are undergoing a slight restructure.

The event will take place at 2pm on the 4th of April in Rm 3.3 Roscoe Building and we ask all attendees to register for the event.

Updates from the Research IT teams

  • Research Lifecycle Project (RLP)
  • Research Infrastructure
  • Research Software Engineering

 Developing Mobile Apps for Research using Research IT’s RSEs
Adrian Harwood, Senior Research Software Engineer, Research IT
The prevalence and affordability of mobile phones and tablets makes them an excellent platform for engagement in research projects. However, their potential can only really be unlocked by the development of suitable mobile applications. Whether you want to collect data from a population or increase the impact of your research work through a more feature-rich initiative such as a game, training researchers to develop potentially complex mobile software may not be a viable approach for many research groups. In this talk I aim to highlight some of the challenges associated with mobile application development and illustrate some of the successful mobile projects Research Software Engineering has already delivered in this area. I will also present our evolving strategy which will enable us to offer agile, robust, cross-platform, mobile application development to researchers across the university.

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One thought on “Want to use mobile apps in your research?

  1. ritnews March 14, 2019 / 1:48 pm

    Apologies for the registration link not being live earlier, this has now been fixed.

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