Software sustainability: issues, challenges and initiatives
Chue Hong, Neil
The Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) was recently awarded funding from EPSRC, ESRC and BBSRC to continue tackling issues and challenges around research software. In this seminar, I'll talk about some of the current initiatives the Software Sustainability Institute is leading, including details of how to get involved if you are interested. These include: gaining academic credit for software, research software engineering career paths, teaching computational research skills, understanding the incentives for reproducibility, deciphering the data around the research computing ecosystem, communicating the role of research software, and creating policy with funders. See also: http://software.ac.uk
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