Take part in the OMII-UK Collaborations Workshop and help shape the future of e-Research.
Would you like to help guide the future of e-Research software development?
OMII-UK is organising a two-day Collaborations Workshop at NeSC in Edinburgh, starting on 30 April 2009. The workshop will be based on a flexible agenda: allowing you to suggest topics for discussion so that the subjects important to your research are represented.
Attendees can indicate which of the topics from the flexible agenda they are interested in. On the day, break out groups will be scheduled to come up with solutions for topics through discussions in groups, the writing of new software or by getting existing components to work together. Topics will be examined for as long as required within the duration of the meeting (or beyond) - it is up to the group members to judge when an adequate conclusions has been drawn. The workshop will bring together OMII-UK staff, software developers, architects and users.
There will be regular reporting to the other attendees summarising what has been achieved, what is to be done next or whether a topic has been exhausted. Once a topic has been discussed, the group will migrate to a new topic or disband and join other groups after writing up a set of summary slides enumerating outcomes and possible future work.
For more information, and to find out how to register topics for discussion, visit the Collaborations Workshop page.
Register for the event at the NeSc registration page.
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