We are also pleased to announce the following organisations as sponsors of the Third RSE Conference.
Microsoft Research has supported the RSE Community since its early beginnings, sponsoring both of the previous conferences, we are happy to have their support once again for the third RSE Conference.
We’re really pleased to welcome Google for the first time as a sponsor of the RSE Conference.
This conference would not be possible without the support that the EPSRC provides via the RSE-Network, which we gratefully acknowledge.
We’re really pleased to welcome Intel for the second time as a silver sponsor of the RSE Conference.
The Scientific Computing Department (SCD) at STFC develops and utilises its expertise and relationships to establish leadership positions on the provision and support of scientific computing infrastructures and the research and development of scientific applications. This increases the UK’s scientific and economic impact by the creation of innovative solutions. SCD provides the computing, data storage, networking infrastructure and applications required by today’s advanced science facilities to support the complete scientific life cycle, from background research, through simulation and experimental design, data collection and analysis to publication.
The Software Sustainability Institute cultivates better, more sustainable, research software to enable world-class research. We help people build better software, and we work with researchers, developers, funders and infrastructure providers to identify key issues and best practice in scientific software.
We’re really pleased to welcome Numerical Algorithms Group for the first time as a sponsor of the RSE Conference.