EURISE Network: Workshop on Software Sustainability within Research Infrastructures

The EURISE Network has been formed by the three Social Sciences and Humanities ERICs CESSDA, CLARIN & DARIAH to create an umbrella where research infrastructures meet research software engineers. EURISE stands for European Research Infrastructure Software Engineers Network. EURISE promotes knowledge exchange between experts from different areas of infrastructure development and operation.

As part of this effort the ERICs CESSDA, CLARIN and DARIAH are organising a workshop on March 12/13 2019 in Utrecht. The workshop is focussing on various aspects of software sustainability and quality within research infrastructures from different research realms. The workshop on March 12/13 2019 is following up a first workshop on October 9/10 2018 in Berlin which lead to the formation of EURISE network.

Some of the topics we will be discussing are: Developer Guidelines and Best practices; Software Quality Measures and Assessment; Infrastructure Service Management; Infrastructure Security; Business Models and Sustainability; What role do Research Infrastructures play in Research Software Engineering? And more...

For more details on the program, the speakers and the venue please visit the respective pages on this website. If you would like to participate please fill out the registration as the number of possible participants is limited.

For any questions feel free to contact the organisers at: euriseworkshopATsciencesconf.org

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