Research software engineers (RSEs) support the use and development of code and software in research. At Warwick, we have a broad community of RSEs and other professionals engaged in research computing, based in specialist RSE groups or embedded in research departments.
This hub is a place to find out about:
- Key groups of research software engineers (RSEs) at Warwick - their work and any services they provide.
- General resources to support professional development in research software engineering.
The RSE group in the Scientific Computing Research Technology Platform (SCRTP) is there to provide support for software development with a focus on traditional high performance computing. We also provide training on a variety of intermediate and advanced topics in software development
We hold expertise in software engineering and biomedical data analysis, in particular recent high-throughput data types. We are happy to provide you with advice, one-to-one training, or mentoring of your software development. You can easily chat with us every Tuesday morning in our Bioinformatics Clinics.
This RSE team within the Information and Digital Group (IDG) collaborate on projects, advise and provide training on tools and methods including those in digital humanities with colleagues in the Faculty of Arts and beyond. It is a source of expertise enabling research and tool creation within the activity of the Centre for Digital InquiryLink opens in a new window, Warwick's interdisciplinary network for critical digital research. .
Research Software Engineering Resources
Research Software Engineering Community
Warwick RSE Meetings: networking, sharing knowledge and showcasing the work of Warwick RSEs.
RSE Midlands: for people working in Research Software Engineering in the Midlands.
Warwick R User Group: open to everyone interested in R, from beginners to experienced users.