WSSSPE 5.2 Agenda

1-day workshop during IEEE eScience, 24 October, Auckland, New Zealand

Registration is through IEEE eScience.

Time Talk Speaker/


9-9:30 Welcome and introductions. WSSSPE code of conduct. Celebrate creation of Aust/NZ Research Software Engineers (RSE) chapter Sandra Gesing, University of Notre Dame
9:30-10 Update on WSSSPE working groups, including progress at WSSSPE5.1

Understanding Software in Research: Initial Results from Examining Nature and a Call for Collaboration (7 mins)

Daniel S. Katz, National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Udit Nangia and Daniel S. Katz

10-10:30 BREAK
10:30-11 Define working groups/discussion topics for later discussion  Aleksandra Pawlik, New Zealand eScience Infrastructure
11-11:45 Keynote: Sustaining science software: Sustaining the Pegasus Workflow Management Software over time Ewa Deelman
11:45-12:30 Split up in working groups/discussion groups  Aleksandra Pawlik, New Zealand eScience Infrastructure
12:30-1:30 LUNCH
1:30-1:45 Science Gateways Incubator: Software Sustainability Meets Community Needs Sandra Gesing, University of Notre Dame
1:45-2:30 Feedback from earlier working groups/discussion groups Brian Corrie, iReceptor
2:30-3 Design of a Smart Contract Based Autonomous Organization for Sustainable Software (15 mins)

Artifact Evaluation: Is it a Real Incentive? (7 mins)

Alper Alimoglu and Can Ozturan

Bruce Childers and Panos Chrysanthis

3-3:30 BREAK
3:30-4:30 Discussion of short and long term goals for each working group, how to build local community, next steps. Michelle Barker, Nectar
4:30pm END