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Conference Theme for 2024

Prof Neil Chue Hong proposed 9 Research Software Development Principles during his keynote at RSECon23. The principles have been adopted as the theme for this year, and by exploring them we hope to better understand ourselves, our significance within the research environment, and our broader impact on society and the planet.

We are encouraging presenters to incorporate a brief reflection on the relevance of these principles to their work. We hope these moments of reflection on a unified set of principles will bring cohesion across the programme, and allow us to group together content that is driven by similar underlying themes.

Research Software Development Principles

Helping your team

FAIR

FAIR

Reusable by as many users as possible

Secure

Secure

Respect data privacy and assume attacks

Maintainable

Maintainable

Easy to adapt and to correct faults

Helping your peers

Reproducible

Reproducible

Enable trust in research

Recognition

Recognition

Reward all roles and develop the next generation

Inclusive

Inclusive

Accessible and supportive of a broad community

Helping the world

Responsible

Responsible

Build to reduce impact on our environment

Open & Global

Open & Global

Transcend national and discipline boundaries

Inclusive

Humanist

Unbiased, ethical and in support of humanity

Citing the principles:
Last Modified: 2024-06-14 16:21:53