Events in 2019
- Jan. 22–23: SC19 planning committee meeting, San Antonio, TX — L Barba, Reproducibility Chair for SC19
- Feb. 11: PhD student Olivier Mesnard's dissertation proposal
- Mar. 29: Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering Department Seminar, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL — L Barba, invited speaker // announcement
- Apr. 12–13: Fluid Dynamics Software Infrastructure (FDSI), 2nd community workshop, University of Colorado Boulder — L Barba, invited participant
- May 3–4: "Hybrid to online with Jupyter-first course development," a workshop by Prof. L. Barba, University at Buffalo
- May 6–7: Report Briefing for the National Academies study committee on Reproducibility and Replicability in Science, Washington, DC — L Barba, committee member and presenter
- May 24: PhD student Natalia Clementi's dissertation proposal
- May 25: Invited Symposium: Overview of the National Academies Report on Reproducibility and Replicability in Science and Engineering with a Focus on How the Conclusions and Recommendations Relate to Research and Reporting in Psychological Science, APS Annual Convention (American Psychological Society), Washington, DC — L Barba, invited panelist // session description
- May 28: Prof. Barba will be giving the Annual Tutte Lecture, Tutte Institute for Mathematics and Computing, Ottawa, Canada, and also a public lecture at the Shopify headquarters, titled "One step forward, two steps back: the frustration of diversity efforts in STEM" // TIMC events
- June 3–6: SC19 Technical Program Committee in-person meeting, Atlanta, GA — L Barba, Reproducibility Chair for SC19
- July 6–12: SciPy 2019 Conference, Austin, TX — L Barba and Tingyu Wang, tutorial presenters, "Land on vector spaces: Practical linear algebra with Python."
- July 12–14: PyData London Conference — L Barba, keynote speaker: "One step forward, two steps back: the frustration of Diversity efforts in STEM" // Slides // Video
- Sep. 10: Transparency, Reproducibility, and Credibility: A Research Symposium, the World Bank — L Barba, invited panelist // Agenda PDF
- Sep. 10–11: The Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS) in-person meeting of the Associate Editors-in-Chief, Washington, DC — L Barba, hosting and participating
- Sep. 11–13: Research Transparency and Reproducibility Training, by the Berkeley Initiative in Transparency for the Social Sciences (BITSS), at the World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC — L Barba, invited speaker
- Sep. 24: Public Symposium: Reproducibility and Replicability in Science, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Washington, DC — L Barba, moderator for the panel "Reproducibility: Bridging the Gap between Funders and Providers of Needed Services for Computational Reproducibility" // Register for this event // Agenda PDF
- Oct. 10–12: Dr. Christopher Cooper visiting the lab, from Chile.
- Oct. 31: L Barba is meeting with 50 women leaders in STEM from around the world as part of the program “Hidden No More: Empowering Women Leaders in STEM,” of the International Visitor Leadership Program of the US Department of State, US Institute of Peace, Washington DC.
- Nov. 1–3: 2019 NumFOCUS Summit, Microsoft Headquarters in NYC — L Barba, member of the Board of Directors
- Nov. 15–16: Rich Context Workshop, to build a scientific basis for the empirical foundations of data science in government. The National Press Club, Washington DC — L Barba, invited participant
- Nov. 17–22: SC19, The International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, Denver, CO — L Barba, Reproducibility Chair
Featured on Twitter
— Lorena Barba (@LorenaABarba) March 30, 2019
— Lorena Barba (@LorenaABarba) April 29, 2019
It is all about transforming how we teach STEM, and the killer app for that is Jupyter @ProjectJupyter, a new genre of open educational resource, says the great professor @LorenaABarba in a workshop today at the University at Buffalo, @UBuffalo pic.twitter.com/kF9roLJ6fd
— Mikel Amigot (@amigot) May 3, 2019
From 5:30 to 6:30 pm, come learn more about the frustration of diversity efforts in STEM.
— CSE 🍁 (@cse_cst) May 24, 2019