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A record number of submissions!

In our first year, we set a record for the number of submissions to WSSSPE, 58! More seriously, we’re very happy to have so many submissions, as this really shows a lot of community interest in the topic of software sustainability. A first glance at the submissions tells me the program committee will have to […]

Second Keynote Speaker announced, deadli...

We are pleased to announce that Arfon Smith, GitHub, will be one of the two WSSSPE keynote speakers. Also, be aware that the submission deadline is approaching, and we are not planning any extensions. Dan, Gabrielle, Neil, Manish, and David

Facebook event added, publicity started

We’ve added a Facebook event for the workshop: And we’ve started circulating the CFP. Feel free to send it to anyone you think might be interested in submitting to the workshop, or even just attending. Thanks, Dan, Gabrielle, Neil, Manish, and David

First Keynote Speaker Confirmed

We are pleased to announce that Philip E. Bourne, Associate Vice Chancellor for Innovation and Industrial Alliances, University of California, San Diego; Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California, San Diego; Associate Director, RCSB Protein Data Bank; and Adjunct Professor, Sanford Burnham Institute will be one of the two WSSSPE keynote speakers. Dan, […]

Web site and PC progress

The web site is now complete, other than the PC members, and some PC members have now been added.  More are coming in the near future. — Dan, Gabrielle, Neil, Manish, and David

WSSPE Workshop accepted

We are pleased that the First Workshop on Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experiences (WSSSPE) has been accepted as an SC13 workshop.  We are now working on this site, the call for papers, and the program committee.  More news to come… Daniel S. Katz, National Science Foundation, USA Gabrielle Allen, Skolkovo Institute of Science and […]