Events in 2017
- Jan. 2–6: Workshop "Essential Skills for Reproducible Research Computing," by L Barba, Natalia Clementi and Gilbert Forsyth, and Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile. Sponsored by the "Engineering 2030" program of Chile // course materials // GitHub repository
- Jan. 16 (1–2 PM): Big Beacon Radio: Transforming Higher Education, with David Goldberg — L Barba, featured guest // episode recording on Voice America
- Feb. 21: NSF SI2 PI meeting, Arlington, VA — L Barba, keynote speaker // slides
- Feb. 27–Mar. 3: SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Atlanta, GA — PP0 General Posters: "Numerical MOOC: Collaborating in Open Education for CSE," L Barba, Ian Hawke, Bernard Knaepen // poster PDF
- Mar. 8–9: "Imagining the new University: Rethinking scholarship, education, and institutions for an open, networked era," Rosemont, IL (invitation-only event)— L Barba, member of the organizing committee and participant
- Mar. 25–29: International Advisory Board Meeting 2017, The Clover Engineering 2030, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile— L Barba, member of the Board // news posting
- Apr. 18–21: 2017 meeting of the Open Scholarship Initiative (OSI), hosted at GW, Washington DC— L Barba, delegate. OSI is an international effort backed by the United Nations (UNESCO), private foundations, grants, and institutions to work on making the global research publishing system more open, complete, accessible and accountable.
- May 2nd: BIDS Data Science Faire, UC Berkeley— L Barba, closing keynote: "Data Science For All" // video
- May 8–11: GPU Technology Conference, San Jose, CA
- May 15–17: Parallel CFD Conference, University of Strathlyde, Glasgow — L Barba, plenary speaker: "Just Do It: Reproducible Research in CFD." Olivier Mesnard, presenter: "Using AmgX to accelerate a PETSc-based Immersed Boundary Method code"
- June 5–6: Supercomputing Conference SC17 Technical Program Committee in-person meeting, Denver, CO— L Barba, technical committee Applications Track
- June 25–30: XSEDE International HPC Summer School 2017, Boulder, CO— Natalia Clementi, funded participant
- July 10–14: Scientific Python Conference (SciPy), Austin, TX— L Barba and Gil Forsyth, Program Co-Chairs
- July 17: GW Summer Program "Caminos al Futuro" of the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute, for high-achieving juniors from US high schools—L Barba and Natalia Clementi, 3-hr tutorial titled "Data Science for a Better World" // materials on GitHub
- July 25: Workshop on Reproducibility Taxonomies for Computing and Computational Science — L Barba, invited participant
- Aug. 22: "ChemRxiv: Publishing in the Age of Preprint Servers," a joint symposium of the National Academy of Sciences Chemical Sciences Roundtable (CSR) and the American Chemical Society (ACS), Washington DC — L Barba, invited panelist // Agenda // @NASEM_Chem tweet
- Aug. 23–24: JupyterCon, New York City— L Barba, keynote speaker
- Sep. 12: Institute for Advanced Computational Science (IACS), Stony Brook University — L Barba, seminar speaker: "The Why and How of Reproducible Computational Research"
- Oct. 10–11: NumFOCUS Summit and Open Source Sustainability Workshop, Austin, TX —L Barba, member of the Board of Directors.
- Oct. 25–27: Virginia Tech "Destination Areas Global Speaker Series"— L Barba, speaker: “Teaching in STEM Disciplines: Open Source Methods,” moderator: Anita Walz; “What Savvy Open Scholars Know and Do,” Open Access Week Address, moderator: Philip Young. // News posting
- Nov. 12–17: Supercomputing Conference SC17, Denver, CO— L Barba, technical committee Applications Track
Events in 2018
- Jan. 23: GEM-ASEE Doctoral Engineering Research Showcase, by the American Society for Engineering Education, Washington, DC — L Barba, luncheon speaker
April 14— #BarbaGroup news:
— Lorena Barba (@LorenaABarba) April 14, 2017
May 2nd— Prof. Lorena Barba's keynote at the BIDS Data Science Faire:
— Lorena Barba (@LorenaABarba) July 18, 2017
Aug. 25— Prof. Lorena Barba's keynote at JupyterCon
— Matt Davis ✌ (@jiffyclub) August 25, 2017
— Robert Talbert (@RobertTalbert) August 25, 2017