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By joining the community, you will stay informed about our work and will have the chance to contact people like you from all corners of the research world. The more members that we have, the easier it will be to prove the impact of the research software engineering community and influence the decisions that affect us.

We are currently very informally organized. If you want to do something in our name, propose it on chat and plan it openly. (We would be happy to have someone lead some sort of periodic talks/discussions, for example).

Nordic-RSE chat

Our primary discussion is via the CodeRefinery chat (#nordic-rse stream - join by clicking gear icon by the steams list on the left side on that chat). This is a joint community of CodeRefinery (teaching), NordicHPC (infrastructure), and Nordic-RSE (usage).

This is a public chat and everybody is welcome to join. In this chat we discuss RSE activities Nordics and you are most welcome to open new “topic” threads, ask questions, and network.

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Active public members

The following people are active members, and can provide more information about our activities.

  • Radovan Bast, High Performance Computing Group, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
  • Richard Darst, Aalto Scientific Computing, Aalto University, Helsinki
  • Anne Fouilloux, IT Group Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo
  • Radek Lonka, RSE at Digital Laboratory, Industrial Ecology Programme, NTNU Trondheim
  • Jarno Rantaharju, Researcher at the University of Helsinki
  • Konstantin Stadler, Manager and Lead Researcher of the Digital Laboratory, Industrial Ecology Programme, NTNU Trondheim
  • K. Thor Wikfeldt, PDC Center for High-Performance Computing, KTH, Stockholm

If you want to be listed here, please send a pull request. You can get in contact with us on the CodeRefinery chat (#nordic-rse stream, see above).