Mar 05, 2024 10:00 AM to Mar 07, 2024 04:00 PM
(Europe/Berlin / UTC100)


Lecture Hall of the Natural Sciences(NWHS), Würzburg

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As a venue for the diverse community of people concerned with research software, it values contributions from all levels of experience and across scientific disciplines, geographic locations, genders, and ethnicities.

The organizing committee invites submissions for talks, posters, and demos, as well as interactive formats like tutorials, workshops, meet-ups and hackathons. We aim for a well-balanced programme that includes a wide variety of perspectives to reflect the diversity of the RSE community and its activities, emphasizing that software can be a language that furthers communication across the established domain boundaries.

Have a closer look on the event page to see the scientific program, venue and accomodation information.

  • Call for Contributions: See this link.
  • Registration: Will be available soon, stay tuned!
  • Fee: Planned to be around 220 € full price. Less for students and members
  • Code of Conduct & Diversity Plan: See here

We welcome submissions from any and all people who have an interesting take on research software development, including:

  • Researchers at any career stage who develop software for research purposes
  • Software developers working in a research context, whatever their job title or field
  • Funders and decision-makers paving the way for sustainable research software with grants and other instruments
  • Those interested in advancing the understanding of how best to use and maintain research software, e.g. with respect to openness, reproducibility, sustainability or scalability and performance
  • People from any organization providing tools, platforms, or services that benefit research software, such as IT infrastructure providers or computing and data centers.

We are not just looking for seasoned presenters or people who are already well-known. Thus, speakers from underrepresented backgrounds and at early career stages are highly encouraged to submit a proposal.