Future Opportunities for Software in Research - 2022

from Thursday, 12 May 2022 (13:00) to Friday, 13 May 2022 (20:30)
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology (Lecture Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
12 May 2022
13 May 2022
Session 4 (until 10:55) (Lecture Hall)
08:30 Why open source community building makes your research software better - and what to expect when you get started - Yo Yehudi   (Lecture Hall)
09:15 What is research software? - Vince Knight (Cardiff University)   (Lecture Hall)
09:35 Research Software Development at Helmholtz - Uwe Konrad (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)   (Lecture Hall)
09:55 Gitlab at MPCDF - Raphael Ritz (MPCDF)   (Lecture Hall)
10:15 How to bring industry standards to your research software development - Jean-Claude Passy   (Lecture Hall)
10:35 --- Coffee Break ---
Session 5 (until 13:35) (Lecture Hall)
11:05 OSS in Climate Modelling, Introducing a Software Policy at an MPI - Reinhard Budich (MPI for Meteorology) Maximilian Funk (MPI for Meteorology)   (Lecture Hall)
11:30 Good Practices for Documenting Copyright and License Information in your Software - Tobias Schlauch (DLR)   (Lecture Hall)
11:55 Data management for heterogeneous research environments with CaosDB -- Experiences from an MPDL Open Source development project - Daniel Hornung (IndiScale) Freija Nordsiek (MPI for Dynamics and Self-Organization) Florian Spreckelsen (IndiScale GmbH)   (Lecture Hall)
12:15 Developing a software platform for a systems’study of human history - Ricardo Fernandes (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena, Germany)   (Lecture Hall)
12:35 Managing data at a small-sized sequencing facility - Dr Ilja Bezrukov (MPI Biology)   (Lecture Hall)
12:55 StudyDB — Key Concepts - Stefan Vollmar (MPI Stoffwechselforschung)   (Lecture Hall)
13:15 FAIRness of the mathematical research-data repository MathRepo - Christiane Görgen (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences)   (Lecture Hall)
Welcome (until 13:15) (Lecture Hall)
Session 1 (until 15:10) (Lecture Hall)
13:15 Diamond - Benjamin Buchfink (MPI Biology) Klaus Reuter (MPCDF)   (Lecture Hall)
14:00 Unravelling the DNA code - An application from Computational Biology in the brain - Sara Aibar (Katholic University Leuven VIB Center for Brain & Disease Research)   (Lecture Hall)
14:20 Code Club at the MPI for Psychiatry - Jonas Hagenberg (MPI Psychiatrie)   (Lecture Hall)
14:40 DynamicalSystems.jl - Nonlinear dynamics software for everyone - George Datseris (MPI Meteorology)   (Lecture Hall)
15:10 --- Break ---
Session 2 (until 17:25) (Lecture Hall)
15:25 barbac: A versatile tool for quantifying barcoded populations - Andrew Farr (MPI Evol bio) Paul Rainey (MPI Evolutionary Biology) Dr Loukas Theodosiou (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology)   (Lecture Hall)
15:45 Research Software for Historical Language Comparison - Johann-Mattis List (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)   (Lecture Hall)
16:05 Ubermag - Hans Fangohr (Max Planck Institute for Structure and Dynamics of Matter)   (Lecture Hall)
16:25 topwave - A scientific python package for topological properties of spin wave spectra - Mr Niclas Heinsdorf (Max Planck Institute for Solid-State Research)   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 Numerical integration on an implicit surface in the Brillouin zone of chiral materials for the calculation of the circular photogalvanic effect - Kirill Alpin (MPI for Solid State Research)   (Lecture Hall)
17:05 Syncopy - Systems Neuroscience Computing in Python - Gregor Mönke (Ernst Strüngmann Institute for Neuroscience)   (Lecture Hall)
17:25 --- Break ---
Session 3 (until 20:20) (Lecture Hall)
17:40 Software in Reproducible Science - Richard McElreath (MPI Evolutionary Anthropology)   (Lecture Hall)
18:10 Automating Reproducibility - Challenges and what it takes to meet them - Maximilian Ernst (MPIB-Berlin) Aaron Peikert (MPIB Berlin) Andreas Brandmaier (MPIB Berlin)   (Lecture Hall)
18:30 Writing Extensible Software for Researchers - Principles and an Example in Julia - Maximilian Ernst (MPIB-Berlin) Aaron Peikert (MPIB Berlin) Andreas Brandmaier (MPIB Berlin)   (Lecture Hall)
18:50 Advantages of Using GitLab and DevOps for Developing Scientific Software - Christine Muehleib (umsicht.fraunhofe.de)   (Lecture Hall)
19:10 Accessing HPC resources via RESTful API - Christian Köhler (GWDG)   (Lecture Hall)
19:30 How to make software outlive the research project - Fabian Klötzl   (Lecture Hall)
19:45 Carpentries: The benefits of a collaborative approach to research software skills training - Toby Hodges (Carpentries)   (Lecture Hall)
Dinner (until 21:00) (Lecture Hall)
Dinner (until 14:35) (Lecture Hall)