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Are you a naturally curious person? Following on from the Royal Society of Edinburgh's successful Tea & Talk series held during their Curious 2019 summer events programme, the concept has been developed for a digital format to provide access to experts talking on a wide range of subjects and provide the opportunity for listeners to learn something new, expand their horizons and hear from national and world experts in their respective disciplines.
 
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Welcome to the New Year, my dearest reader! We open 2022 with our 69th episode,an interview with Chase Million, the CEO of Million Concepts, a researchand consulting company with expertise in planetary science, remote sensing, andastronomy. Chase presents us with a less commonly seen model for providingresearch software engineering services, and te…
 
To close Series 5 of Tea and Talk with the RSE, we chat to Professor Jim Skea and Professor Camilla Toulmin about the road to a Just Transition to net-zero. Jim is Professor of Sustainable Energy at Imperial College London, co-chair of Working Group III (Mitigation) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a former member of the UK Committ…
 
We speak to RSE Fellows Professor Maggie Gill and Professor Colin Campbell about land use and climate change. Maggie is Emeritus Professor in the School of Biology at the University of Aberdeen. She is a former Chief Scientific Advisor, chairs the Scottish Science Advisory Council, which provides independent advice to the Scottish government and ha…
 
Tim Haines is one of those people you would be lucky to have as a colleague.If you spend just a few minutes with Tim, you’ll quickly find yourself having fun. Why? Tim is easy to laugh, and unbelievably smart and so wanting to share this with you.In this episode of Research Software Engineer stories, Tim tells his extensive journeythrough academia …
 
In episode three of the Tea and Talk Podcast, we speak to RSE Fellows Professor Gordon Masterton and Professor Iain Docherty about transport, mobility and what net-zero means in practice. Gordon is Chair of Future Infrastructure at the University of Edinburgh and has a wealth of experience advising on transport and infrastructure projects including…
 
We chat with members of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland, Dr Sandro Carnicelli and Dr Leslie Mabon about the impacts of climate change on tourism. Sandro Carnicelli is a Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of Scotland where he leads work and conducts research on Marketing, Events and Tourism. Leslie Mabon is a lecturer in Environmental S…
 
With COP26 being held in Glasgow, we chat to Professor James Curran MBE FRSE and Professor Duncan Maclennan CBE FRSE about the impact of climate change on Scottish cities, and the policy and lifestyle changes needed in order to make cities more environmentally friendly. James Curran MBE is a former Chief Executive of the Scottish Environmental Prot…
 
Happy Halloween listeners! This is the third Halloween special episide of the Research Software Engineer Stories Podcast,and this year we have a story that you might relate to, and give you a spurt of magic. You see, this year weget a glipse of what it means to have an Open Source Halloween. What would it mean if candy were akin to software?To go a…
 
What happens when you mix hard work, curiosity, creativity, and a little luck?You hear an inspiring story like that of Alec Scott, a current Senior at the Universityof Arizona. In this episode of RSE Stories, Alec shares his story from discoveringa passion for working in the space of software and research, and finding research software engineering.…
 
Have you ever been lead for hundreds of people? Michael Heroux has!Mike is a Senior Scientist at Sandia National Laboratories, and a Scientist in Residence at St. John’s University.In this episode of RSE Stories we talk about the Exascale Computing project, working together in-person and remotely,and some good practices for you and your teams to ta…
 
“Good integration is not camps, it’s not aid. It’s people living in flourishing communities where everyone can contribute.” In S03E05 of the RSE Tea and Talk Podcast, Dr Rebekah Widdowfield discusses the issues asylum seekers and refugees face in a post-Brexit Britain with RSE Fellow, Professor Alison Phipps, Professor of Languages and Intercultura…
 
Studies have shown that living with a disability is more expensive than living without one. As the Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a huge blow to the global economy, what will this mean for those with disabilities and the social care and welfare systems that many rely on? In S03E04 of the RSE Tea and Talk Podcast, Dr Rebekah Widdowfield discusses these…
 
Scotland has become a massively more diverse country in the past fifty years. The advent of better birth control methods in the 1960s sparked an attitude shift and offered more freedoms to women in their lives, their place in the labour market and to a person’s sexual identity entirely. However, alongside these freedoms came issues like the gender …
 
Robin Wilson has an impressive body of work, from creating a new method to monitor air pollution from satellitesat high spatial resolution, to writing scientific software and creating means for open data. He now is thrivingdoing freelance work, and has an important story to share with our RSE community. You see, Robinis in a wheelchair. It wasn’t s…
 
Scotland compares very poorly with other countries in Europe and even within the UK when it comes to health inequalities, but why? In S03E02 of the RSE’s Tea and Talk Podcast, RSE Chief Executive Rebekah Widdowfield talks to Professor Graham Watt CBE FRSE about the reasons and possible answers. Graham is Emeritus Professor in General Practice at th…
 
Launching the third series of the RSE’s Tea and Talk Podcast, RSE Chief Executive Rebekah Widdowfield chats with RSE Fellows, Talat Yaqoob and Louise Macdonald OBE. They look at how the public has been informed and engaged during the Covid-19 pandemic and how we can build on this experience to improve both public debate and participation in decisio…
 
Research Software Engineering is so much more than supercomputers and scientific programming.In this episode of RSE Stories we meet Kalina Borkiewicz, a Research Software Engineer inthe Advanced Visualization lab that works on scientific visualization. We aren’t talking aboutplots and websites – Kalina works on award winning cinematic visualization…
 
Changing jobs and roles isn’t easy at the best of times. But with her infectious enthusiasm Kate Court made her way from research in arts and humanities to her role as research developer at Newcastle University. Being open minded about people from different backgrounds was essential as is realising that many of our skills are transferrable.I am par…
 
Have you ever wondered about the story of the host behind this podcast?Flipping the interview of the very first episodealmost two years ago, for this week’s episode special guest host Ian Cosden interviews Vanessa Sochat,a Computer Scientist at Lawrence Livermore National lab and founder of the RSE Stories podcast. Vanessa started as a researcher i…
 
En este episodio de Noticias RSE, entrevistamos al Dr. Claudio Pla Alem, médico psiquiatra y psicoanalista, Fundador y CEO de Poder Volar. De todas las temática que se abordaron durante la entrevista, destacamos las herramientas que nos brinda para evitar la profundización de trastornos de ansiedad y del humor en la crisis del COVID-19 que estamos …
 
For this episode I meet with Mark Abraham, who is an RSE at the EuroCC National Competence Centre Sweden. Some of our listeners may also know him in the context of Gromacs, short for GROningen MAchine for Chemical Simulations, the leading package for molecular dynamics (see their repo at gitlab).Mark started his RSE journey in Australia. He then mo…
 
Edd Salkield is a research software engineer in the UK, where he founded Dreaming Spires.In this episode, we talk about a different kind of future for RSE work to serve the diversedemands of digital research based on international collaboration of RSE consultants andfreelancers. After finishing his studies with a MSc in computer science from Oxford…
 
Betina Azugna gerente de RSE del Grupo Sancor Seguros. “Llegamos a este aniversario del Día Nacional de la RSE bien posicionados. La sustentabilidad con el Covid, con la Pandemia se ha instalado un poco más. Nosotros desde la industria aseguradora, entre otros varios objetivos, lanzamos un proyecto de triple impacto para pequeñas cooperativas. Esto…
 
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