In collaboration with the Scholarly Communication Program and the Columbia University Libraries, we will be sponsoring a panel discussion on the topic of communicating computational science. Computational approaches in science have increased the complexity in disseminating research results and misunderstandings surrounding these methods can hamper research use. An interdisciplinary panel (see below) will discuss the practices, polices and tools that can improve communication of research on April 4th at the Morningside Campus Faculty House and via webcast. The webcast will be available online and in a group viewing in room LL1 109A-B of the Hammer Health Sciences Building.
Neil Chue Hong, Director of the Software Sustainability Institute
Matthew Jockers, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Daniel P.W. Ellis, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University
The Challenge of Communicating Computational Science
April 4th, 2013
3rd floor of the Faculty House on Morningside Campus
A group viewing of the webcast will also be available in room LL1 109A-B in the Hammer Health Sciences Building.
For more information see the full announcement at the Scholarly Communication Program website.