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Digital Humanities Academic Technologies Team

We are research software engineers (RSEs) in the Information and Digital Group's Technology for Research team. We work with colleagues in The Library, Organisational Development, Research and Impact Services 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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My academic background is interdisciplinary in nature cutting across Geographic Information Science/Systems (GISc/GIS) and advanced geospatial applications (PhD), Geocomputation in Social Science research (Post-doc, PhD), Computer Science (MSc), Geoinformatics and Photogrammetry (MSc), and Geomatic/Geodetic Engineering (BSc). Prior to joining IDG, I worked in two Warwick research centres as a Senior Research Fellow where I led the development of geospatial research methods. Prior to joining Warwick, I worked in several roles in the UK, Germany, and Ghana (West Africa). I worked as Research Fellow in two academic institutions in the UK (University of Aberdeen, De Montfort University), Software Engineer in Germany as well as Geomatic Engineer and Lecturer in Ghana.


Dr James Tripp

James Tripp

Senior Research Software Engineer

Email: james.tripp@warwick.ac.uk
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My background combines both research and technology. I am an experimental Psychologist by training (BSc, PhD) working in cognitive modelling(BSc), applied cognitive science(PhD) and specifically information integration (Post-doc). I have designed and built experiments, and carried out various data analysis (from frequentist statistics to non-linear and Bayesian modelling) and led labs on computational methods in Psychology. Previously, I worked as a Senior Academic Technology at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies where I built out a Linux research infrastructure, wrote research software crossing multiple domains and both designed and delivered a diverse range of labs within multiple disciplines including data visualisation, data science, digital methods, geospatial analysis, machine learning and software engineering.


Santhosh Chandrasekaran

Santhosh Chandrasekaran

Software Engineer

Email: santhosh.chandrasekaran@warwick.ac.uk
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I have 10 years of success in design, development, analysis, deployment, support and maintenance of Software Web Applications using DevOps in the Information Technology industry. Extensive exposure in Automated build & deployment process with Jenkins and Maven/Gradle. Lots of experience in interacting with clients to gather requirements, developing code based on the functional requirement specifications, identifying and fixing bugs. Dexterous in writing automation scripts using Ansible and Shell Scripting. Solid experience working with Production code deployments, managing Production Servers and handling change requests activities .


Steve Ranford

Steve Ranford:

Head of IDG Technology for Research

Email: Steve.Ranford@warwick.ac.uk
Phone: 02476 523812 (internal 23812)
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Currently working between home and hot-desks in University House

I have been advising for and working on digital humanities projects since 2013. As a curious technical generalist, I have contributed to over 20 projects in the Arts faculty in a wide range of subject areas across the humanities disciplines and technical solutions. Projects include collaborating with the research teams on the British Black and Asian Shakespeare Database and the Projection Project – predominantly around the use of web technologies. I am particularly passionate about the creative side of technical projects, prototyping, mocking-up, the design of systems to save research teams time and finding ways for digital to enhance the communication research outputs.