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OSR171 Voices from de-RSE Conference 2019 [EN]

In the first week of June, the first Conference for Research Software Engineering in Germany (deRSE2019) took place in Potsdam, organized by the German Gesellschaft für Informatik (Fachbereich Softwaretechnik) and the German Association for Research Software Engineers (de-RSE). The conference was addressing research software and the people behind it within the German research landscape and aimed to get those diverse group of people together. Over the 3 days there was a multitude of talks – for a number of them recordings will be published by de-RSE.

Since Konrad was participating, he was so kind to collect some voices from the conference floor(s) and a record a short wrap-up with the two conference chairs Carina Haupt and Stephan Janosch.

OSR170 Don’t Leave It To Google! – Research Infrastructures [EN]

One of the aspects that continuously pops up in our discussions is the research infrastructure. Hence, it was about time that we make it a topic of its own and we’re glad that we could win Peter Kraker as a guest for this topic. Peter is well-known in the Open Science communicator, as a researcher but also as the founder and chairman of Open Knowledge Maps, a web-service that provides a visual interface for the exploration of scientific topics through publications. In addition, he is active in several organizations and initiatives dealing with research infrastructure and research data management, such as GO FAIR. With the launch of Google’s dataset search service last year he started the Don’t leave it to Google! campaign. In this episode we’re talking about the campaign, the overarching concept of research architectures and the Open Knowledge Maps as a specific example.

Have fun!

OSR140 de-RSE Association and Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany [EN]

In a joint effort of a group of research software enthusiasts, the association de-RSE e.V. – Gesellschaft für Forschungssoftware was founded in late November 2018. It seeks to provide a new home to the German community of Research Software Engineers and a first major effort is the organization of the deRSE19 – Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany. We had the pleasure to talk to Carina Haupt and Stephan Druskat about the research software engineer’s profile, the de-RSE association as well as the deRSE19 conference.

OSR095 Ein bisschen Jahresabschluss [DE]

Zum Ausklang des Jahres blicken auch wir zurück auf das was uns 2017 so beschäftigte und was uns voraussichtlich 2018 beschäftigen wird. Wir danken an dieser Stelle für die Aufmerksamkeit und Treue unserer Hörer! Viel Spaß!

OSR091 Forschungssoftware in Deutschland [DE]

Die deutsche Arbeitsgruppe Research Software Engineers (de-RSE) führt derzeit eine Umfrage zur Forschungssoftware in Deutschland durch und adressiert mit dieser Umfrage Personen, die wissenschaftliche Software bzw. Forschungssoftware in der deutschen Wissenschaft und Forschung entwickeln. Im kurzen Gespräch mit Stephan Janosch, selbst Research Software Engineer am Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Zellbiologie und Genetik, geht es um die de-RSE sowie die konkreten Ziele der Umfrage.

OSR071 Implementing FAIR and software sustainability practices #oscibar [EN]

Stephan Janosch is Research Software Engineer in Biosciences working for the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics. He’s also the spokesman for the German working group of Research Software Engineers (RSEs). At the barcamp he held a session on how to implement fair and software sustainability practices in your institute. He gave us a little background on this task, his work and his session.