Partners and sponsors


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This project is funded by the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC). The project is now in its third phase (2022--2025). NeIC directly funds a 50% position for project management and a 40% position for workshop and training coordination. NeIC also provides funding for travel, meetings, and conferences.

Organizations providing in-kind support

A number of organizations encourage their staff to teach and co-organize CodeRefinery workshops as part of their work time.

Richard Darst
Enrico Glerean
Thomas Pfau
Jarno Rantaharju
Matias Jääskeläinen
Samantha Wittke
Radovan Bast
Bjørn Lindi
Dhanya Pushpadas

If you would like to contribute to shaping the future of the project, please encourage your organization to join as well. While it costs them your work time it has also proven to increase cross-organisation and international collaborations, not only for CodeRefinery workshops.

Partners providing local support

Our workshops are free to all, because why not. However, teaching doesn't end after the class. Partners both help organize courses and provide support for learners during and after the courses. See information for organizations on how your organization can join.

Aalto University (Aalto Scientific Computing, ASC)

logo: Aalto Scientific Computing

ASC has been involved in CodeRefinery since 2017.

TU Delft

TU Delft has provided local breakoutrooms for many core workshops.

VU Amsterdam

VU Amsterdam has provided local breakoutrooms for many core workshops.

We are supported by Zulip

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Zulip is an open-source modern team chat app designed to keep both live and asynchronous conversations organized. We very much appreciate their support by hosting our chat for free.


CodeRefinery is a project within the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC). NeIC is an organisational unit under NordForsk.


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