Research Software London‘s first annual workshop took place at the Royal Society on February 8, 2019, bringing together a regional community of research software users and developers from over 20 institutions. It featured a diverse schedule of talks and discussions about software engineering, community building and both domain-specific and general-purpose tools of relevance to research.
There were four talks from Imperial researchers, including the keynote from Professor Spencer Sherwin, Director of Research Computing. The College’s Research Computing Service was also represented by Dr Diego Alonso Álvarez, who presented an introduction to xarray and described the RSE team’s work on integrating it into the MUSE energy systems model.
Please see Diego’s slides for more information. Other talks and media from the event are available via #rslondonse19.
Thanks to RSLondon, the programme committee and its chair Dr Jeremy Cohen for organising an informative and stimulating day, and to the EPSRC for supporting the event. We’re looking forward to participating in future meetings and helping further strengthen the regional RSE community.