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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


December 2020 Newsletter
Posted By
Edited by David Jones
Date
3 December 2020 12:00

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Blog


Introducing HPC to new PhD students
Posted By
Will Furnass
Date
22 September 2020 12:00
Open Source and Hacktoberfest
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
21 September 2020 12:00
2agile4academia?
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
3 September 2020 12:00
Git: rebase vs merge
Posted By
Robert Chisholm
Date
23 June 2020 12:00
Securely accessing remote Linux machines
Posted By
Will Furnass
Date
20 May 2020 12:00
Announcing GPU Hackathon 2020
Posted By
Paul Richmond
Date
6 April 2020 14:00
Remote working with git and GitHub
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
29 March 2020 12:00
Configuring CUDA and OpenGL courses in the cloud
Posted By
Paul Richmond
Date
24 March 2020 12:00
Remote Code Clinics
Posted By
Robert (Bob) Turner
Date
17 March 2020 12:00

All blog articles >>

Upcoming Events


Event

Event

Lunch bytes #3: Accelerated Machine Learning
Start time
9 December 2020 - 12:00-13:00
Location
Google meet
Speaker
Phil Tooley (NAG), Filippo Spiga (Nvidia), NAG and Nvidia
Event

Event

Royal Microscopical Society: Virtual Data Analysis in Atomic Force Microscopy Meeting
Start time
10 December 2020 -
Location
Online
Speaker
Robert (Bob) Turner, Univesity of Sheffield
Event

Event

Lunch bytes #4: Data Visualisation
Start time
13 January 2021 - 12:00-13:00
Location
Google meet
Speaker
Hosts: Gemma Ives (IT Services) and Will Furnass

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.