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Research Software Engineering

We are a team of Research Software Engineers (RSEs) within Research Computing which is part of the Research Technology Platform (RTPs). We work with colleagues in several Faculties, Information and Digital Group, The Library, Research and Impact Services, Organisational Development, amongst others. We’re here to help you access the support and solutions that you need.​ ​

Dr. Godwin Yeboah

Godwin Yeboah

Senior Research Software Engineer

Email: g.yeboah@warwick.ac.uk
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Currently working between home, Library, hot-desks in University House and the Faculty of Arts building

Dr Godwin Yeboah's background is interdisciplinary in nature cutting across research software engineering and the application of geospatial technologies in research or teaching (current role), SHAPE (Social Sciences, Humanities and the Arts for People and the Economy) (PhD and past/current roles), computer science (MSc), geoinformatics and photogrammetry (MSc), geodetic/geomatic engineering (BSc), and industrial experiences in software/geomatic engineering. Prior to his current role, he worked in two Warwick research centres (IGSD and CIM) as a senior research fellow where he led the development of geospatial research methods (including co-leading academic teaching) and worked with researchers from UK, Kenya, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Pakistan, Cambodia, Malawi, Australia, Ghana, Spain, Netherlands, and Germany. Prior to joining Warwick, he worked in several roles in the UK (Researcher), Germany (Software Engineer), and Ghana (Geomatic Engineer and Computer Science Lecturer). He is passionate about interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research. He is a member of the Society of Research Software Engineering, a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, British Council UK Panel Member on Social Sciences (2015-2020), RSE-Midlands member, academic track scientific committee member of State of the Map Europe 2023 conference, and associate editor of the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. Most of his research works are listed on ORCID from which some have received an invitation by UK Parliamentary and Scientific Committee as well as won the prestigious Jack Dangermond Award.


Past team members

James Tripp

Steve Ranford

Senior Research Software Engineer

James Tripp

Dr James Tripp

Senior Research Software Engineer

Benjamin Blackham

Academic Technologist

Timothy Hollies

Academic Technologist

Dr David Beck

Academic Technologist