May 19, 2017
13:15 to 17:00
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Thor Wikfeldt (email@example.com)
Does writing code and scripts play an important role in your research? Do you have the feeling that there is room for improvement in your programming practices? The CodeRefinery project is organizing an afternoon get-together for researchers in the Stockholm region where the focus will be on exchanging ideas and discussing common problems encountered when developing code for research - and how to go about solving them.
One afternoon event starting with a seminar and followed by discussions. Participants can bring their own material to present.
Friday, May 19
- First session: 13:15 - 15:00
- Coffee break: 15:00 - 15:30
- Second session: 15:30 - 17:00
CSC library, enter via the CSC Service Center, Lindstedtsvägen 3, 4:th floor, KTH Campus. Instructions to get to KTH Campus.
Free of charge.
Who the course is for
If you are writing code that is used in research, then you might want to attend this meeting.
Organizers and speakers
- Radovan Bast, CodeRefinery project manager and senior engineer at UiT, Norway
- Thor Wikfeldt, CodeRefinery project member and application expert at PDC, Stockholm
- Mark Abraham, Researcher and GROMACS lead developer
- Mikael Leetmaa, Software Development Manager at Subset AB