Save the date: Third annual NZ Research Software Engineering Conference happening online 12-13 September 2022
Now in its third year, NeSI's annual New Zealand Research Software Engineering (NZ RSE) Conference continues to support and grow the community of those who write code and develop applications that enable research. This community comprises researchers, software engineers, computational scientists and anyone who writes code, applies software solutions to research problems, and/or develops applications that enable research.
We're pleased to announce the dates for our 2022 event!
Save the date
This year the event will be held from 12-13 September 2022 in a largely online format with social meetup opportunities in a few key locations around New Zealand. If you would like to host one of these meetups or have ideas for what these could look like, please get in touch!
Our theme will be centered around sustainability of research outputs. More details about the theme and submission guidelines will be provided in the following weeks, and we encourage you to start thinking about the kinds of projects, topics, and demos you could contribute to our event!
Our 2022 event website is now live - check it out here.
Meet our Organising Committee
Our 2022 Organising Committee is engaged and passionate about making this event as open, inclusive and a valuable learning opportunity for the research sector as a whole. This year our committee includes:
Justin Baker, CSIRO, and RSE-AUNZ Steering Committee Member
Murray Cadzow, Programmer Scientific, Research & Teaching IT Support, University of Otago
Nooriyah Lohani, Research Communities Advisor, NeSI, and RSE-AUNZ Steering Committee Member
Nisha Ghatak, Research Communities Advisor, NeSI
Wolfgang Hayek, Research Software Engineer, NIWA
Paula Martinez, ARDC, and RSE-AUNZ Steering Committee Member
Liina Neeme, Event Coordinator, University of Auckland Event Services
Alexandra Pawlik, Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
Janet Stacey, ESR, and RSE-AUNZ Steering Committee Member
The NZ RSE Conference is endorsed by the Research Software Engineers (RSE) Association of Australia and New Zealand (RSE-AUNZ). Wondering who typically attends? We welcome a diverse range of participants, including:
Researchers and academics who code
Software engineers working in the research domain
System administrators working in the research domain
Generalists who bring together the research and technical domains
big data analysts
developers and coding enthusiasts
Stay tuned for more details! Over the coming weeks, we'll be announcing our call for submissions dates and deadlines, our registration details, invited speakers, and our in-person meetup events.
If you have any questions at any time, get in touch.