For staff

If you support computational research, lead a team to join our courses! Don't forget you can do everything on the for individuals page as part of your job, and your whole organization could join.

Run your own breakout rooms and/or provide local support

The idea is simple: you form a team to attend a workshop. You watch the main stream however you want (in a meeting room or online), and we have "exercise breaks" where your team works locally under your guidance. The teaching is "free" and you can focus on local, impactful support and mentoring.

Our workshops are designed with this in mind, and it's one attendance option at our own universities. We try to provide clear guides (as best we can), and are happy to have you join our channels to coordinate. You don't have to be an expert, you can learn at the same time. Read more about local advertisement and breakout rooms.

For any of these, you can get started by join a meeting and say hi, or join our chat and introduce yourself in the "#greetings" or specific workshop stream.

Letting your local audience know about our events is a simple way to provide a high-impact training opportunity to your community (no effort needed on your part). Many of our workshops are online and live-streamed, so anyone can attend.

Request in-person workshops

This is currently somewhat on hiatus, since our online workshops work so well, but you could request your own workshop.


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


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