Teaching good research software practices

Olexandr Konovalov and Michael Torpey recently taught at two Software Carpentry workshops. The first one was a workshop for University of St Andrews researchers supported by CAPOD, and the second one was for the the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Critical Resource Catalysis (CRITICAT)

NBSAN meeting in St Andrews

On July 13th, we hosted the meeting of NBSAN (North British Semigroups and Applications Network). It was organised by Julius Jonusas, and the speakers were Nick Gilbert, Zur Izhakian, Mark Kambites, Matt McDevitt and Munazza Naz. Slides of some talks from the meeting are available on the NBSAN website.

Workshop on groups, generalisations and applications

There will be a Workshop on Groups, Generalisations and Applications at the University of St Andrews on the afternoon of Thursday May 4, with talks by Ellen Henke, Murray Elder and Peter Cameron. 

Computational Mathematics with Jupyter

Reports from the Computational Mathematics with Jupyter workshop, organised jointly by the OpenDreamKit and CoDiMa projects at the ICMS in Edinburgh on 16-20th January, are now published on the Software Sustainability Institute blog: see here and here. There is also a digest of #JupyterICMS tweets.

Teaching good mathematical software practices

In October 2016 the CoDiMa project organised the Second CoDiMa training school in Discrete Computational Mathematics, hosted at the ICMS. You can find the report on this event here.