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Research Software Engineers (RSEs) are the people behind research software. This website is designed as a hub for Sheffield academics seeking help with research software and as a community for research software engineers.


Newsletters


March 2021 Newsletter
Posted By
Edited by Twin Karmakharm
Date
12 March 2021

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Blog


12 week GPU course
Posted By
Paul Richmond
Date
4 February 2021
Reproducible Data Analysis Resources
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
7 December 2020
Introducing HPC to new PhD students
Posted By
Will Furnass
Date
22 September 2020
Open Source and Hacktoberfest
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
21 September 2020
2agile4academia?
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
3 September 2020
Git: rebase vs merge
Posted By
Robert Chisholm
Date
23 June 2020
Securely accessing remote Linux machines
Posted By
Will Furnass
Date
20 May 2020
Announcing GPU Hackathon 2020
Posted By
Paul Richmond
Date
6 April 2020

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Upcoming Events


Workshop

Workshop

Bede User Group
Start time
12 April 2021 - 13:00-14:00
Location
Zoom
Speaker
N8 CIR, N8 (inc. Sheffield)
Workshop

Workshop

Deep Learning with Tensorflow in Python
Start time
15 April 2021 - 09:00-17:00
Location
Online
Speaker
Twin Karmakharm, Anna Krystalli
Workshop

Workshop

Deep Learning with Tensorflow through Keras in R
Start time
22 April 2021 - 09:00-17:00
Location
Online
Speaker
Anna Krystalli, Twin Karmakharm
Event

Event

Lunch bytes: Good practise in R
Start time
12 May 2021 - 12:00-13:00
Location
Google Meet
Speaker
TBD

All of our upcoming and previous events >>

Contact Us

For queries relating to collaborating with the RSE team on projects: rse@sheffield.ac.uk

To contact the RSE team about seminars, training or JADE: rse-team-group@sheffield.ac.uk

Join our mailing list so as to be notified when we advertise talks and workshops by subscribing to this Google Group.

Queries regarding free research computing support/guidance should be raised via our Code clinic or directed to University central IT support.